UTA is officially opening their Atlanta office. In partnership with KLUTCH Sports Group, the move brings a full-service agency to the heart of Atlanta. Located on Peachtree Street in the Midtown district, the new office sits in the center of the city’s arts and business district.
“Atlanta is a vibrant city for music, sports and arts, and there is a ripe opportunity to create another center of gravity for film and television,” UTA CEO, Jeremy Zimmer, said in a statement. “We are excited to bring our full range of services to the community of talented artists, athletes, musicians and creators who call the Southeast their home.”
A multitude of divisions including music, sports, film, television, digital talent, marketing, gaming, fine arts and more will be represented in the new offices. The space occupies nearly 20,000 square feet and was designed by architecture firm Hastings Architecture, who also designed UTA’s Nashville office.
“Atlanta is an entertainment and cultural hub, and planting our flag here gives us the ability to support clients with investments and opportunities across the city’s growing creative ecosystem,” UTA Atlanta co-heads Steve Cohen and Rob Gibbs said in a joint statement.
A fine art gallery is located within the office space and is open to the public. The inaugural show includes work from Atlanta-based artist and musician, Lonnie Holley. The showcase, entitled “The Eyes Were Always on Us,” marks Holley’s first exhibition in Atlanta in more than 10 years. The gallery is open to the public Tuesday-Friday from 10 am. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
UTA also has offices in Beverly Hills, Nashville, New York, Chicago and London.