How Art Impacts Commercial Real Estate and the User Experience, Placemaking through Art

Date March 5, 2020
Location The Coca-Cola Company
Time 11:00 AM - 1:15 PM
This program has been cancelled.  Please email with questions. 2020-03-05 11:00:00 2020-03-05 13:15:00 CREW Atlanta Luncheon - Mar 5 from 11:00 AM - 1:15 PM How Art Impacts Commercial Real Estate and the User Experience, Placemaking through Art
The Coca-Cola Company

The Coca-Cola Company is being proactive in light of the COVID-19 and has decided to cancel all large meetings on their campus. We at CREW Atlanta understand their concern and their proactive care of their associates and our community. We will be rescheduling this event for a later time this year and look forward to our gathering at that time. More details regarding the new date will be forthcoming.

Please know you will receive a full reimbursement and we are sorry for any inconvenience. This credit should appear on your statement by the end of the week of March 8. Please contact Katie Smith, Chapter Director at with any questions.

We look forward to seeing you at our next CREW event.

This program explores why Art is important to enhancing the environment, workplace culture and integrating art's value in budgeting decisions. Panelists include Michael Moore (Coca-Cola), Miranda Kyle (Atlanta Beltline), Jade Auzanne (New City Properties) and Moderator, Floyd Hall (Media Strategist).

A Tour of Main Street at The Coca-Cola Company’s Headquarters: Artwork, Archival Artifacts, and Amazing Brand Moments will be avaialble after the program from 1:15-1:30pm. Limited to 60 people. Please email to RSVP for the tour.


Michael Moore
Director, Global Workplace Experience - The Coca-Cola Company

Miranda Kyle
Arts & Culture Program Manager - Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Jade Auzenne
Vice President of Asset Management - New City Properties

Floyd Hall
Media strategist, Cultural producer, Writer and Documentarian - Floyd Creates



The Coca-Cola Company
1 Coca Cola, Plaza NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

Members - $65
Nonmembers - $95
Students - $25

Information forthcoming