“E” is the latest in an ongoing series of themed performances exploring the various elements of dance by Emory professor Greg Catellier’s six-member professional company Catellier Dance Projects. “Exploring the elements of dance through a series of themed performances” probably sounds about as fascinating to most people as “re-cataloging income tax files with new color-coded [...]
Archive Content from Jan 2013
The Grand Opening this Saturday, February 2, marks the nonprofit’s reemergence at their new home shared with Young Blood Boutique.
Please join us on February 9 for a live forum on art and public space. Also: a surprise in today’s Creative Loafing!
Jiha Moon discusses collecting, desire, and how physical process informs her work at her new Goat Farm studio.
New York’s Daniel Bejar talks shop with Michael David Murphy as Georgia State’s exhibition brings together artists near and far.
In preparation for today’s advocacy talks at the capitol, we spoke with leaders who look ahead, with caution, for the New Year.
Dashboard Co-op reflects on their beginnings as they bustle about the downtown space for their exhibition Saturday, February 2.
01/28/13 To Do List: Through February 11
This week: Jennifer Schwartz “Soars” at Stoveworks, MINT and Young Blood re-open, and Dashboard Co-op unveils BOOM CITY!
This well-curated reading series brings some of the country’s best up-and-coming poets to Atlanta.
The visiting artist’s entrancing installation asks profound questions about human vision and understanding.
Starting today, BURNAWAY will now host Lilly Lampe’s series of podcasts interviewing local artists and entrepreneurs!
A poignant autobiographical exhibition finds Constance Thalkens discovering her body and self-identity through a complex lens.
Theron Humphrey takes photographs of the American landscape captured during many road trips with Maddie, his dog and companion.
Recently relocated back to Atlanta, this ever-smiling professor chats about teaching, traveling, and drawing from dreams.