Roswell’s vibrant cultural environment blends the past and the present, as contemporary art is set against storied spaces and historic elements.
At the 600-seat Roswell Cultural Arts Center, world-renowned artists and the resident performing arts company, the Georgia Ensemble Theatre, perform on stage.
In Roswell’s historic district, both established and new visual artists display their work in galleries, at festivals, and through ArtWalks. The Roswell Arts Fund strengthens the scope of public arts in the city with public art displays that change each year.
The city’s rich history features everything from old mill ruins to the Southern Trilogy Historic House Museums to its newest historic property, Mimosa Hall & Gardens. The Roswell Historical Society works to collect, preserve and share the history of Roswell through exhibits and programs within the community.
An outdoor concert series, a festival of black history and culture, a family-friendly summer puppetry series, and dozens of other cultural and artistic programs year round give Roswell residents unparalleled access to history, art and culture in their own backyard.