We’re 31 years old and look at some of the projects we’ve done!!

Roswell Cultural Arts Center

We’ve managed this venue for 25 years for the City of Roswell. This professionally staffed, community based venue is one of the best values in its class in the Southeast. This is an amazing facility, and we’d love to have you visit us.

In February 2016 the City of Roswell recognized Rubicon Studios for their years of service to the community.

Other Venues

Rubicon Studios also works closely with clients who use these other fine venues:
Porter Sanford III Center, Decatur Performing Arts Center

GSU Opera: Here are some images from our work on Mozart’s The Magic Flute in November 2015

Razor’s Edge Cafe: This interdisciplinary performance series ran on PBS from January through April, 1990. The program features performance artists from varying disciplines. It was nominated for the Robert Bennet Award for Outstanding Achievement in Local Television by the American Film Institute in January, 1991.

Water Dreams: This piece was created by former Atlantan, Cherie Carson, presenting dreamtime and how the subconscious works. The performance is movement based and was shot entirely under water. It was nominated for the Robert Bennet Award for Outstanding Achievement in Local Television by the American Film Institute in February, 1993.

Voices from the Sixth World:This hour-long video features conversations about spirituality in gay men. It was videotaped at the Gay Spirit Visions conference in September, 1993. The program was directed by Brian Helder. For more information about Gay Spirit Visions, see http://mindspring.com/~gayspirit.

Through the Keyhole: 3 Television Plays by Samuel Beckett: This program features three television plays by Nobel Prize-winning author, Samuel Beckett, including …but the clouds…, Ghost Trio, and Eh, Joe. For more information about Samuel Beckett, contact johnwilliams@rubiconstudios.com.

This is My Day Job – Conversations with Atlanta Artists: This program features interviews with artists who live and work in Atlanta. A must for any fans of the Atlanta Art scene! A dual production of Rubicon and the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.

High Tide at Hunting Island: A touching narrative about hate crimes against gay men, making the message poignant and eerily familiar by its use of Atlanta landmarks and local topic dialogue. Soundtrack by Atlanta band, Rooke. For more information about Rooke, see http://www.rooke.net.

Time Sure Does Fly!

Here are some images from some of the projects we’ve done over the years.