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To Do List: Week of July 8, 2019

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*BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS

Charlotte Rodenberg’s Glitch History and the American Icon opens this week at Page Bond Gallery in Richmond, Virginia.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10

Georgia Museum of Art: Neo-Abstraction on view through December 5
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Asheville, NC

Artist Talk: Amanda Hollomon-Cook

Black Mountain College Museum and Art Center / 12 – 1pm


THURSDAY, JULY 11

Nashville, TN

Opening: An Opal Ring and the Stories that Scared Me

Galerie Tangerine / 6 – 8pm


Savannah, GA

Artist Talk + Book Signing: Michael Kolster

Jepson Center / 6pm


Atlanta, GA

SFQP Artist Talk: Saiel Solomon

Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center / 6 – 8pm


*Friendraiser: Community Give Back Night

ASW Distillery / 5 – 7pm


Richmond, VA

*Opening: Charlotte Rodenberg : Glitch History and the American Icon

Page Bond Gallery / 6 – 8pm


FRIDAY, JULY 12

Atlanta, GA

*Opening: Terri Loewenthal , Danny Lyon, and Ansel Adams

Jackson Fine Art / 6 – 8pm


Opening: ShowerHaus 4

Shower Haus (The Goat Farm) / 7 – 10pm


Opening: FRKO, BIYUNKA, and Michael McCraw

The Mast / 7 – 11 pm


Opening: 8 at 8

Notch 8 / 7 – 10pm


Chapel Hill, NC

Opening: Maria Britton, Soft Storage

My Room / 6 – 9pm


Chattanooga, TN

Opening: 52 Hertz Whale

Stove Works / 6 – 9pm


Memphis, TN

Opening: Jack Spencer

David Lusk Gallery / 6 – 8pm


SATURDAY, JULY 13

Chattanooga, TN

*Panel Discussion with Audrey Molloy

New Orleans Film Festival: November 5-21
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Stove Works / 4 – 6pm


New Orleans, LA

*Kolaj Fest : The Surrealist Salon

Cafe Istanbul / 7 – 9pm


Atlanta, GA

Opening: Jamie Keiter: Mosaics on Vacation

Poem 88 / 5pm


SUNDAY, JULY 14

Atlanta, GA

Pop-Up: MOON BAR

Mother Bar + Kitchen / 7pm


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