Atlanta Eke is an artist.

Atlanta Eke was formally educated at Deakin University in a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts (Dance) during which she performed and toured with AKA Dance Company, Regional Victoria Arts2go program before working with artist Ros Warby, performing an adaptation of her work Monumental. Since 2006 Atlanta has been performing and studying in Europe. In London she danced for Falling Wide Dance Company and Newington Collective. She has presented her work own in London, Bratislava, Kosice and Paris and worked with artists Mårten Spångberg, Jan Ritesma, Trajal Harrell, Jennifer Lacey as well as Deborah Hay in the 2009 Solo Commissioning Project. On her return to Melbourne Atlanta initiated and edited The Paper, a dance publication produced during the Melbourne International Arts Festival. She is developing new works for the 2010 Next Wave Festival Melbourne (Private Dances and The Sports Club Project) and working with Russell Dumas in Dance For The Time Being series. Atlanta is a Danceweb scholarship recipient for the 2010 Impulstanz festival Vienna.