Drag Drawing: Hi-Lo Press – Monday, August 24, 6 pm EDT
Drag drawing night is back with Hi-Lo Press at Piedmont Park in Atlanta. Masks are required and a suggested $10 donation, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Bring your drawing supplies and a blanket or folding chair.
Roundtable Discussion with Terremoto – Wednesday, August 26, 5 – 6:30pm UTC-5
This issue of Mexico City-based magazine Terremoto casts a number of urgencies, concerns, banalities, failures, and joys; a polyphonic temporality of powerful possibilities in spite of capitalism. Of Passageways and Portals, is, thus, a call to feel/think together these strange days accompanying us through valuable self/reflections. With the participation of our Editor-in-Chief, Diego del Valle Ríos, and the featured collaborators aliwen, Maya Juracán and Yina Jiménez Suriel. The event is free but RSVP required.
This three-person exhibition at Atlanta’s Marcia Wood Gallery includes works by artists Clark Derbes, George Long, and Mery Lyn McCorkle. Masks are required in the gallery, which is limited to four guests at a time. Long and McCorkle will be available on the back terrace for socially distant conversation.
We Need Not an Archive, but Songs — Multiple dates through Sept. 4
Celebrating artist-run platform Pleasure Dome’s thirtieth anniversary and curated by Tak Pham, We Need Not an Archive, but Songs features work from Bo Fan, Sky Hopinka, and Basma Alsharif considering collective approaches to cross-generational trauma and disasporic experiences. The project is available as a pay-what-you-can rental.
Cat Eye Creative: Virtually Close, Socially Distant – Ongoing through Tuesday, September 22
The first exhibition in Cat Eye Creative’s Virtual Reality Gallery, this show features over thirty-five quarantined artists from around the globe exploring the current state of humanity during this historic moment. Email [email protected] to receive the collectors catalogue.
In collaboration with the New Orleans Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is pleased to present the seventh annual HBCU Art Showcase, a curated show of works from students attending Xavier University of Louisiana, one of the state’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Southern Fried Queer Pride: Crispy Beets – Ongoing
Atlanta-based arts and advocacy organization Southern Fried Queer Pride is has announced Crispy Beets, a new monthly music compilation highlighting Southern queer and trans musicians.
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