Experience Downtown
   
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Landmarks & Legacies: Ivan Allen, Jr.’s imprint on GWCCA campus

Landmarks & Legacies is an occasional unConventional blog series exploring the various identifying and distinctive physical features of the GWCCA campus. Atlanta is among the fastest-growing large cities in the country, according to a report published by WalletHub, and its continued growth and success are due in large part to visionary city leaders both past … Read More

by Jaleesa Fears
January 22,2020
Around the Authority
   
Experience Downtown
   

Tuesday Talk: Mayor invokes MLK, touts Final Four as a unifier

Tuesday Talk rounds up the latest Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) news you might have missed and also points forward to upcoming events on our campus. Last week’s tipoff event to promote the return of the NCAA Men’s Final Four to Atlanta and the GWCCA campus also coincided with a significant milestone in the … Read More

by Kent Kimes
January 21,2020
Facilities & Events
   
Guest Experience
   

The Tip-off: Final Four fever heating up on GWCCA campus

We don’t yet know what quartet of college and university teams will be represented here, but many of the other pieces of a fantastic NCAA Men’s Final Four are coming together. And the Georgia World Congress Center Authority’s (GWCCA) downtown Atlanta campus will be the epicenter of Final Four activity. Welcome to The Tip-off, a … Read More

by Kent Kimes
January 16,2020
Around the Authority
   

Tuesday Talk: GWCCA shines on the silver screen again

Tuesday Talk rounds up the latest Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) news you might have missed and also points forward to upcoming events on our campus. ICYMI (In Case You Missed It): The Tiffany Haddish-Rose Byrne-Salma Hayek comedy “Like a Boss,” which opened in theaters nationwide on Friday (Jan. 10), features scenes filmed at … Read More

by Kent Kimes
January 14,2020
Facilities & Events
   
Guest Experience
   

Landmarks & Legacies: Whimsical mural spices up Centennial Olympic Park visitors center

Welcome to Landmarks & Legacies, a new unConventional series exploring many of the distinctive physical features, prominent landscapes, public art displays, historic monuments, and architectural idiosyncrasies of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority’s (GWCCA) 220-plus acre downtown Atlanta campus. You may ask, why is there a giant stainless steel peach sculpture on the GWCCA’s East … Read More

by Kent Kimes
January 10,2020
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