Peggy Still Johnson is the Executive Director for Callanwolde Fine Arts Center as of February 4th, 2013. She serves on the Advisory boards for Georgia State University School of Music, The Atlanta Film Festival, is a Governor for the Grammy Recording Academy, and has been chosen as a member of the prestigious Leadership Atlanta. Peggy recently worked with Stephen King, John Mellencamp and T Bone Burnett in their production of “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County” as copyist – working on score and was the vocal coach. She founded Peggy Johnson Productions and Talent where she works as a music supervisor, casting agent, coaches and develops talent, and is a composer/arranger of music for film. She has worked on such films as “Curious Case of Benjamin button”, “Big Mama’s House” and “Parental Guidance.” Peggy also founded the Peggy Still School of Music in 1988 and successfully sold all three locations in 2011.
As Executive Director, Peggy is responsible for the leadership and management of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center and to oversee the preservation and development of the Callanwolde Estate. Peggy is passionately dedicated to the arts, which she believes, touches the lives and souls of the community as a whole.
“Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is the destination that all my life’s experiences have brought me to. The beautiful mansion and estate is something I feel passionate about preserving and promoting. The fine arts program offers a variety of classes for all ages in the literary, visual, and performing arts. Having worked in arts education for over twenty years, I am very excited to continue the growth of this program. Callanwolde is part of Atlanta History and I am honored to be a part of Callanwolde.”
Peggy Still Johnson
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center