[UPDATED] A bit of daytime fun on the Westside and some North Korean rarities are sure to spruce up anyone’s mid-summer weekend. I sure wouldn’t miss it if I were you, so get on, up and out!
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07/17/09 To Do List
Tags: Alvaro Alvillar, Andy Imm, Annette Brown, Bobbe Gillis Gallery, Charles Parham, Christopher Hutchinson, Doris K. Derby, Exhibition Beyond Race, Eyedrum Gallery, Georgia Pottery Show, Hambridge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences, Joe Camoosa, Kevin Sipp, Larry Walker, Michael Scoffield, North Korean Art Exhibition, Octane Coffee Bar, Onveka Ibe, Pat Drew, Paul S. Benjamin, Perry Julien, RockShow 2, Susan J. Ross, System of Chance, Tew Gallery, Third Saturdays, Westside Arts District, What Would Jesus Buy, wine tastings, Yanique Norman, Yi-HsinTzeng, Yun Liu
02/27/09 To Do List
Tags: 290 MLK, Amy Freeman, Bobbie Gillis Gallery, Castleberry Art Stroll, Clayton Santiago, Dalton Gallery, Drew Conrad, Emily Amy Gallery, Gallery Stokes, Georgia Tech, Get This! Gallery, Greely Myatt, Guthman competition, Kiang Gallery, Octane Coffee Bar, Pat Courtney, Philip Guston, Saltworks, Sandler Hudson Gallery, Swan Coach House, The Contemporary, Westside Arts District, William Cordova
Community seems to be an overarching theme in this week’s To Do List. There are now two strolls to look forward to, as well as multiple group exhibitions with strong showings from local artists.
10/17/08 The Zombie Art Show at Octane
Now through Halloween, unnerving blank and icy blue eyes will stare as you sip your beverage of choice at Octane. [UPDATED] Photographs of zombies by Nate Dorn of DornBrothers Productions and Nic Morgon; stills from the short film Necromance, shot locally by Victoria Warren and Adam Pinney; and a zombie bust by Crystal Crabtree decorate [...]