We are the Serenbe Institute for Art,
Culture and the Environment



We seek to build a community of arts loving, socially engaged and environmentally conscious citizens. 

2017 Annual Report

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Our non-profit supports the artistic, cultural, and environmental well-being of Serenbe and the South Fulton area through our Units, which are Serenbe Playhouse, AIR Serenbe (Artists in Residence), and Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre (TMBT), as well as our Programs, which are the South Fulton Area Initiative, Serenbe Fellows, Serenbe Film, Serenbe Life, and Serenbe Environment.

We support innovative work, house groundbreaking artists, and seek to educate art lovers from every walk of life while connecting people with the beauty of nature. As we continually grow in our attraction of emerging and established artists of the highest caliber, we also foster robust partnerships with outside organizations that help to enrich our mission and vision.

The Institute was led by Founding Executive Director, John Graham, from 2005 to 2017 who oversaw it's incredible growth to a $1m+ regional leader on the issues of cultural and environmental sustainability. Previously, John held executive positions at the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Symphony, Southern Methodist University's Center for Arts Administration and the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Institute was founded in 2004 and is located in the sustainable and wellness community of Serenbe, just outside of Atlanta.