[UPDATED] Between a series of drawings at Saltworks Gallery loosely themed after Kung Fu training manuals and the Avant Garden discussion panel on journalism and blogging at the Contemporary, there’s plenty of variety in the week ahead. Atlanta Celebrates Photography may be winding to a close, but life continues for the visual arts in Atlanta.
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11/13/09 To Do List
Tags: ACP 11, Agnes Scott University, Alex Feliciano, Alex Kvares, Annual Atlanta Artists Holiday Studio Tour, Art Department Gallery, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta Photography Group, Cabbagetown photographs, Castleberry Art Stroll, Dalton Gallery, Dawolu Jabari Anderson, Fahamu Pecou, Get This! Gallery, HENSE, John Tindel, Krause Gallery, Little Five Points Community Center, Michi, Niche, Oh So Fail, Opal Gallery, Oraien Catledge, Picaflor Studio, public art dedication, Reading the Water, Saltworks Gallery, See Through Souls, Southern Photographers juried show, Spruill Gallery, Studioplex, The Mattress Factory, The Rail Yard, West End Remembers mural
07/10/09 To Do List
Tags: alan avery art company, animation, Anke Schofield, bargain hunting, Beep Beep Gallery, Betsy Medvedovsky, Caroline Smith, Dan May, David Huff, Dosa Kim, ecofriendly, Emily Amy Gallery, Emmy Dudley, Esteban Patino, film, Holly Golson Bryan, Jeff Lange, Jenny Zhang, John Tindel, Kelly Cloninger, Kibbee Gallery, Kristina Bailey, Luis Garcia-Nerey, McCalla Hill, Melissa Sims, Meta Gary, MG Fest, Michi, neoteny, Nina Surel, printmaking, Robert Mars, Sam Parker, Shaun Thurston, Studioplex, Teresa Cole, Whitespace Gallery, Whitney Stansell, Will Kay, Zuzka Vaclavik
This is our weekly To Do List, where you can find info on new art openings and cool events throughout the city!
06/12/09 To Do List
Tags: Alcove Gallery, Amy Cantrell, Art Department Gallery, Beep Beep Gallery, Chelsea Raflo, Cherry Lion Studios, Chimera, Cristina Vidal, Dosa Kim, emerging artists, Eyedrum Gallery, Fear Kills Pursuit, Forward Arts Foundation, Jason Kofke, Jonathan Bouknight, Kelly McKernan, Marvia R. Cohen, Meg Aubrey, Michi, MINT Gallery, MOCA GA, Photography Center of Atlanta, Radial Cafe, Rory Golden, Rose Gallery and Framing, Rylan Steele, Sam Parker, San Smith, Sean McCormick, Spruill Gallery, Studioplex, Susan Ryles, Swan Coach House, Travis Smith
It’s not easy digging up visual arts events. Here’s a taste of what’s coming this weekend and the week ahead!
03/06/09 To Do List
Tags: Alcove Gallery, architecture, Art Department Gallery, Atlanta-Fulton County Library, Aurora Coffee, Ben Roosevelt, Buckhead Library, Comcast Video On-demand, Docomomo, Dosa Kim, Eyedrum Gallery, Get This! Gallery, Johana Moscoso, John Tindel, lectures, Marcia Wood Gallery, Mario Schambon, Michi, Mudfire Gallery, NAVO Church, Oliver, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, The Bureau, Tindelmichi
[UPDATED] Look out for another packed weekend for visual arts around the city. Here’s a preview of what’s coming.
02/13/09 To Do List
Tags: ACA Gallery, Alex Kvares, Ashley Anderson, Beep Beep Gallery, Bethany Marchman, Born, Chris Carder, David Hale, Deborah Poynton, Dosa Kim, Eyedrum Gallery, Gregg Hill, Jackson Fine Art, Jason Kofke, Jonathan Field, Katherine Taylor, Kombo Chapfika, Marcia Wood Gallery, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Michi, MINT Gallery, Richard Renaldi, Saltworks, Sam Parker, Steven Dixey, Trois Gallery, Vee Speers, William Cordova
If you and your Valentine are art lovers, several shows opening this weekend and upcoming week are sure to make your heart flutter.
01/01/09 Our Favorite Things: 2008
Tags: Art House Co-op, Beep Beep Gallery, Berni Searle, Bill Daniel, Castleberry Art Stroll, Cinqué Hicks, Dosa Kim, Emily Amy, Eyedrum, Gallery Stokes, Get This! Gallery, Jason Kofke, Jason Parker, Jerry Cullum, Joe Tsambiras, Le Flash, Lorna Simpson, Matt Haffner, Meg Aubrey, Michi, Mike Germon, Robert Cheatham, Ruth Stanford, Sam Parker, Savannah College of Art and Design, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Stephanie Dowda, Wangechi Mutu, Whitney Stansell, Young Blood Gallery
Burn Away asked 10 Atlanta artists, curators, and reviewers to describe their “most inspiring” local art exhibition or event of the year. Contributors include Emily Amy, Mike Germon, Matt Haffner, Jerry Cullum, Robert Cheatham, Michi, Dosa Kim, Jason Parker, Stephanie Dowda, and Cinqué Hicks.
Tags: Art Department Gallery, collaborations, John Tindel, Michi, Tindelmichi
John Tindel and Michi Meko prepare for a historic election, culminating on November 1st at Art Department Gallery. The collaborative duo is breaking their ties as TindelMichi to compete head-to-head for the title of “Cring of the South”—while poking fun at the political climate we are seeing in the presidential debates. I met with the [...]