Reggie Prim works at the intersection between civic engagement and the arts. As an independent curator, neighborhood organizer, consultant, and non-profit leader, he has worked to help activate the power of the arts to bring people together across the divides of faith, ethnicity and culture. Reggie’s artistic career began as a performing artist and poet.He is a blogger, playwright and graphic designer. Reggie has led workshops, designed public arts experiences, and served on the boards of directors of a number of arts nonprofits. He co-authored Art and Civic Engagement: Mapping The Connections - a conceptual and planning model for activating the power of art in communities. Reggie worked with the City of Minneapolis as a Creative CityMaking Artist - using arts-based processes to help develop more equitable organizational culture and practice. He currently provides consulting services to Gateway Performance Productions.
Gateway’s programming is made possible in part by support from the Georgia Council for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Fulton County Commissioners under the guidance of Fulton Arts and Culture, the City of Atlanta - Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and the City of Atlanta, Power2Give and individual contributors.