John Ramspott captures Andy Ditzler’s rendition of James Nares’s Desirium Probe for this week’s Dodge & Burn.
Archive Content from May 2012
Jessica Caldas’s Object and Experience explores the darker realities of domestic violence and abuse at the Arts Exchange.
A guitar-strumming poet brings a cinema classic to the Goat Farm. Two final nights: Wednesday and Thursday, May 30 and 31!
As the City Sleeps at MINT creates a mostly cohesive exploration of the alienation and confusion that can come with the night.
05/28/12 To Do List: Through June 4
Exciting screenings going on throughout the week and ARTLANTIS and Ponce Crush this Saturday!
A sideshow at Atlanta Streets Alive takes itself too seriously.
From everyday objects to dead sharks, everything’s fair game as artists continue trying alternatives for plain old paint.
The local radio station launches ArtWorks, a new website for volunteer listings serving Atlanta artists and nonprofits.
Sara Kieth explores the Josh B. Gordon School in East Atlanta, closed in 1995, for this week’s Dodge & Burn.
05/22/12 Fluid Poetry There & Again at Kibbee
Rich Gere’s Here & Now; There & Again at Kibbee draws attention to contemporary artist statements and curatorial practices in Atlanta.
05/21/12 To Do List: Through May 28
Andy Ditzler re-preforms “Desirium Probe,” Jiha Moon closes at Saltworks, and WonderRoot turns four this Saturday!
Early Friday evening at Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward Skatepark, it was hard to tell that anything out of the ordinary was about to happen.
While Instagram may lend the vintage look of a cherished memory, the real deal holds a rather more majestic randomness.
Thanks to everyone who helped us reach this incredible milestone. BURNAWAY is here to stay!