A visit to the reopened Paper Museum at Georgia Tech allows for an exploration into their Dard Hunter collection and archive.
Archive Content by Tag ‘Robert C. Williams Paper Museum’
Click here to download the audio file. Episode 3: Jeremy Abernathy speaks with writer Alana Wolf about Atlanta Celebrates Photography, highlighting four events along the themes of truth and artifice in the camera’s lens.
Two small rooms at the Robert C. Williams Paper Museum at Georgia Tech offer a garden of delights in changing exhibits for those enamored of paper. Closing today is a rare exhibit that examines the history of watermarks while revealing the exquisite beauty of this art form.
Louise Bourgeois, who died on Monday at age 98, will be remembered for her metaphoric sculptures exploring themes of death, sexuality, and fear. The giant metal spider Maman, which the French-born artist called “an ode to my mother,” may be one of the first works that comes to mind. This fall we can see one [...]
08/22/09 Photo Tour: Westside Art Walk
Here’s another photo essay by Jessica Horwitz from last weekend’s stroll through the Westside Arts District. Click below for more photos of the walk!
04/17/09 To Do List
I had the strange luck this week of stopping at the Georgia State transit station … as the escalators overflowed with boisterous Fair Tax hooligans heading for the Georgia Tea Party protest. The irony? They were all riding MARTA. This weekend look forward to creative community action, video and sculptural installation, and, yes, even origami. [...]
04/03/09 To Do List
[UPDATE] Tired of the constant rain? Well, there are openings and artist talks this weekend that are sure to brighten your day.
Carol Barton’s retrospective, “The Paper Engineer” at Georgia Tech’s Robert C. Williams Paper Museum, showcases Barton’s books from 1983 to the present. Although the exhibit includes everything from how-to guides and architectural models to whimsical pop-ups, it manages to be both playful and well-composed. As with most career-spanning exhibits, I found myself lingering on certain [...]