ATHICA’s director, Hope Hilton, shares five great and inspirational reads!
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Paul Pfeiffer’s video work from 2003—recently screened at ATHICA—in conversation with Turner’s eponymous painting from 1843.
Hope Hilton’s first curated exhibition at Athens’ ATHICA explores loss, a return to nature, and the disruptions that occur in daily life.
ATHICA’s new artistic director wants to expand notions local and global and what an art space can do beyond its walls.
See below for grants, calls for proposals, and residency opportunities available to artists in Georgia and throughout the United States. Deadlines begin January 3, 2012.
Poet-pioneer Anne Waldman recently gave a reading based on collaborations with visual artists and films made with her partner Ed Bowes at ATHICA in downtown Athens on November 4, 2011.
See below for grants, calls for proposals, and residency opportunities available to artists in Georgia and throughout the United States. Deadlines begin December 15, 2011.
See below for upcoming grant deadlines, calls for proposals, and residency applications available (but not limited) to artists in Georgia.
On any given day, an average person interacts with dozens of machines, objects, structures, and systems whose inner details they understand little to nothing about. Keys open locks, blenders turn solids to liquids, and ceilings position themselves anywhere from eight to 15 feet above our heads and, stubbornly, stay there. Human beings are complex creatures [...]
Artists and creative thinkers watching the grant-application cycle this year will note that February is a big month for deadlines. There are no less than five calls for proposals available from metro-Atlanta organizations (though not all exclusive to local applicants), and the due dates are all just around the corner. 1. FLUX 2011 call for [...]
02/15/10 Nurture: Amy Jenkins at ATHICA
Commissioned by ATHICA for this solo show, which runs through February 28, Amy Jenkins’ video Audrey Superhero updates the adventures of her daughter, who first made national art-world news before her second birthday. Jenkins has long explored the more universal dimensions of her own life and her own body; a memorable early video (not in [...]