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Archive Content from Feb 2012
What does art outside the gallery promote that art inside a gallery does not?
JFA’s current exhibitions unite three photographers, each with a remarkably different style, in a surprisingly intriguing lineup.
Dashboard’s 100,000 Cubicle Hours outshines the in-house curation of Day Job: Georgia.
02/27/12 To Do List: Through March 5
Dashboard Co-op’s new show opens at Barbara Archer Gallery followed by an after party at The Lawrence in Midtown
Theatrical Outfit performs Josh Logan’s Red, a play about the life and artistic struggles of Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko.
A few words with the director of Spelman College Museum of Fine Art discussing their new exhibition currently on view.
For this week’s Dodge & Burn Sara Keith captures images of one of Atlanta’s lowest income elementary schools.
The rising New York-based choreographer chats about his hybrid style of modern dance with hip-hop, Capoeira, and classical ballet.
Artist and professor Craig Dongoski offers his top five for this week’s Our Front Porch.
This Friday’s screening at ACAC examines the avant-garde films of George Kuchar in memory of the recently departed director.
McPherson’s shack, shanty, flat at Get This! Gallery offers familiar yet novel portraits of Atlanta.
02/20/12 To Do List: Through February 27
The BURNAWAY Art Crush Bash, deFINE ART week at SCAD-Atlanta, and two shows at GSU—all coming this week.
A former North Korean propaganda artist explains some context for his show at the Goat Farm opening this Friday.