WonderRoot’s filmmakers’ series continues at Plaza Theatre, and the High Museum screens short films from the MoMA.
Archive Content from Jan 2012
Shara Hughes, painter and founder of SEEK ATL, discusses her time away and return to Atlanta.
Full Radius Dance presents The Path Beyond with choreography by Onur Topal-Sümer and music by Jon Ciliberto.
Papercuts demonstrates the capacity of a medium once dismissed as a minor decorative art to embody complex conceptual messages.
Professor and painter-provocateur Craig Drennen explains why Art Basel is such a great opportunity for Atlanta’s artists.
Carr’s photography meditates on motherhood today, the role of “me time,” and half-asleep visions of demonic children.
Rebecca Drolen showcases the presence of hair in our lives and the complexities characterizing our relationship to it.
This week’s guest writer challenges the nostalgia of blackness at the Hammonds House Museum and other Atlanta venues.
Leslie Gordon of the Rialto Center for the Arts discusses Off the EDGE. Special thanks to AM1690.
01/23/12 To Do List: Through January 30
This week launches the Off the EDGE performance series with events throughout Atlanta.
Seven young artists present new works for 2012, calling attention to the need for a Walter Benjamin of this age.
The works in Steele’s 16-Sided Crystal present portals into a multidimensional fractal space, recaptured with paint.
Twinhead Theatre is organizing the first annual Atlanta Fringe Festival, featuring performers from around the U.S. and Italy.
Our top favorite arts events of 2011! We’re mixing up the format and publishing in January rather than December. Surprise!