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Archive Content from Feb 2013
This all-male photography exhibition seeks to redefine Southern identity through strong sense of adventure.
Jerry Cullum deciphers a pattern-and-meaning continuum present in Lindsay’s recent body of work, photographs representing manifestations of Yemaya and Santería orishas.
02/27/13 BOOM City: A Liveblogged Experience
What was it like to really experience BOOM City? Jessica Blankenship tells us.
02/27/13 A Poe Man’s Puppet Show
The Center for Puppetry Arts is currently running a new performance entitled Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, a dark and intense puppetry production aimed at older children (age 12 and over) and adults. The show combines multiple Poe classics, including The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado. The detailed stage design, the [...]
Micah Stansell talks to Rachel Reese about premeditated experimentation, collaborative production processes, and weighs in on the film vs. video debate.
Claire Maxwell speaks with Floyd Hall from WonderRoot about their new Podcast programming.
In case you missed Shirin Neshat’s lecture at SCAD Atlanta last week, listen to it here!
Sergei Isaenko uses symbolic imagery and elements of Russian literature in his photographs as a way to honor his past and accept his future.
02/25/13 To Do List: Through March 11
So much art, but so little time! Be sure to check out all there is “To Do” in local art through March 11!
Daniel Gerwin reports from Philadephia on PAFA’s recent public forum on gender and race in contemporary art, featuring Ken Johnson.
Four Days of Fury at the Atlanta History Center crafts an engaging experience that won’t be easily forgotten.
Ruth Laxson discusses her discovery of bookmaking as well as the current retrospective at MOCA GA with Claire Maxwell for BURNAWAY.
Lilly Lampe meets with artist Jonathan Bouknight to talk about his practice, balancing attention spans, Susan Sontag, and his favorite studio visit ever.