Check out this month’s call for artists list for deadlines up to June!
Category Archive ‘Events’
04/29/13 To Do List: Through May 13
There are a handful of events coming up this week! Check the To Do List for arts events through Monday, May 13!
Please join us on February 9 for a live forum on art and public space. Also: a surprise in today’s Creative Loafing!
Seasonal satire rings true at the Highland Inn Ballroom with literary readings and surprise, soon-to-be-revealed musical guests.
High-brow history meets low-brow science fiction in Oakland Cemetery this weekend.
Care to share your experience of FLUX Night? Come find our storefront radio booth on Nelson Street on Saturday!
Less a lecture and more so an open conversation, Nell Ruby’s refresher course begins Thursday, August 9!
Come bring the family and join us for Saturday’s fundraiser in the Old Fourth Ward!
For your viewing and listening pleasure, BURNAWAY presents Criticism on Demand, a performance and (possibly) a prototype for a new service program, at the 11.11.11. Spectacular! Spectacular! event curated by Lucky Penny at the Arts Exchange tonight, Friday, November 11, 2011. See below for more details and a full list of artists!
11/07/11 To Do List: Through November 13
See below for arts events through Sunday, November 13, 2011.
02/07/11 To Do List: Through February 14
See below for arts events through Monday, February 14.
Nato Thompson is a curator whose credits include projects such as Waiting for Godot in New Orleans, a multi-part series in 2007 that included free public performances of Samuel Beckett’s play, theater workshops, and educational seminars throughout the hurricane-ravaged city. He currently is the chief curator of Creative Time, the New York-based public arts institution [...]
09/29/10 ARTSpeak: Episode 2, Flux 2010
Click here to download the audio file. Episode 2: Jeremy Abernathy speaks with artist Robin Bernat about Flux 2010, the one-night event in Castleberry Hill in downtown Atlanta this Friday, October 1, from 8PM-2AM.
Breaking news: The High Museum announced this morning that Salvador Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory—the original, quintessential painting of melting clocks—will travel from the Museum of Modern Art in New York to join the current exhibition. The painting will go on display beginning November 16. Jeff Koons is not as absurdly famous as Salvador Dalí, [...]