New for 2013: our weekly To Do List will now cover two weeks of arts events – just for you farsighted local art enthusiasts!
Archive Content from Dec 2012
Sandy Hooper’s camera brings you inside the fairs with interviews featuring Atlanta artists and gallery owners.
Tanz Farm proved that this anthology of art was both diverse and collective simultaneously.
In a selection of ten plays put to an audience vote, Collective Project again showcases their talent and unique passion to create.
Was painting the medium of choice in Miami this year? Our guests bring an artist’s eye to the conversation.
Revisiting her series on invasive plant species, our photographer ponders the impact of technology on the theory of the sublime.
“I came across Amos Goldbaum’s work at a time in my life when my own world didn’t quite feel real.”
A highlight of the second half of 2012 has been the presidential debates. It was a rare chance to see President Obama and Mitt Romney fence with words. Part of the excitement came from seeing one candidate land a verbal blow, but the real satisfaction comes from watching the wounded party respond. Because the debates [...]
Jess Jones talks about the influence of changing environments on fresh interpretations of textiles in Unsettled.
Recent works by John Tindel and Michi Meko tread a tension between painterly poetry and graphic design.
Last week we were excited by the news that the decade-and-a-half-old Young Blood Boutique had been purchased by longtime employee Rebecca Hanna, MINT Director Erica Jamison, and supporter Jessie White. News of the sale followed an announcement that Young Blood would close at the beginning of 2013. When the gallery started in the living room [...]
12/17/12 To Do List: Through December 31
This will be the last To Do List before the Holidays, so get your fill of local arts events before the new year!
Our columnist visits Nashville where Seed Space leads the way for smarter, stranger, and more plentiful artwork in the region.
Our brand new challenge grant means that every dollar you donate this December will count double!