Corks & Canvas
Corks & Canvas is a beginner-friendly painting class for adults where you can sip on your favorite bottle of wine while you paint. The class fee is $25, and includes all class materials. BYOB. Upcoming class dates: April 25, May 3, May 8, and May 16.

Art classes

Offices available
There are two offices currently available in our business incubator for people who are starting a business or have a new business (<3 years). Rent starts at $250/mo. and includes internet, utilities, and office furniture.


March 29-April 25: Life and Death
The April exhibit at The 567 will be "Life and Death," featuring paintings by Atlanta artist Maurice Clifford. Join us April 19, 7 pm, for a Coffee Talk with the Artist.

On exhibit

Lunch Beat Macon
The worldwide Lunch Beat movement has come to Macon! At Lunch Beat, the community comes together during the work day for a high-energy lunch and dance party. The next one is May 6, 12-1 pm, here at The 567.

Lunch Beat

The Arts
The 567 Center for Renewal believes in the transformational power of the arts. Local and regional artists show their work in our art gallery. Anyone can try their hand at art in our beginner-friendly art classes for kids through adults. Our all-ages music venue offers a wide range of genres, from hardcore and hip-hop to acoustic and country. Through a partnership with the B.L.A.C.K. Poets, teens learn the art of spoken word and showcase their work at a monthly open-mic poetry night.
The 567 Center helps new businesses get started by providing mentoring, networking, and a range of other services according to the needs of the business. Participants in our business incubator can also take advantage of our office space, meeting space, high speed internet, and more. The program fees range from just $70 to $350 per month depending on the space needs of the business. For more information contact
Support The 567
The 567 Center for Renewal is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that depends on donations from people like you to make all we do possible. Donate now to support art, music, and new businesses in downtown Macon.