You know the holiday season is past when a flurry of shows are opening. Terry saw a lot this week!
Despite the cold this past week, Terry made his way to a warm welcome at Candice Greathouse’s opening at Eyedrum, Chase King & Devin Hunter’s show at the Kibbee Gallery, and to the unveiling of Barry Lee’s mural created for Common Companion Vet Company in Inman Park.
Artists are often expected to pay a fee just to submit a work for consideration for an exhibition or contest, and often wind up with nothing. Enough is enough, says our writer.
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Dylan Ross eschewed the New York artist lifestyle, choosing to return to rural Georgia where he could pursue his art the way he wants.
Our contributors were moved by cultural experiences large and small, near and far, proving that you don’t have to travel far or spend a lot to find inspiration.
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Some of the newsy highlights reflecting the ups and downs of art scenes across the South, from The Memphis College of Art announces it’s closing, to the University of Arkansas announcing a new School of Art.
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Our contributors share their favorite exhibitions in their own cities and in others they visited.
Plans for a new art and music fair in Nashville are being met with a tepid response by the local art community.
It was a snowy weekend in Atlanta, but that didn’t stop Terry, or intrepid visitors to the Goat Farm Open Studios and Facet Gallery to see We Love ATL’s annual exhibition.
A lot of people were out and about for Craig Drennen’s opening at MOCA GA, open studios at Atlanta Contemporary, and openings at the Creatives Project, Marcia Wood and Kibbee Gallery.
Things were quiet in the art world over Thanksgiving weekend, Terry attended a tea party at the Circus School of Atlanta and took a tour of the Masonic Temple on Peachtree.
Terry Kearns takes us on a weekly tour of the Atlanta art scene. Can you keep up?
Originally from St. Louis, Katherine Miller is an MFA candidate Printmaking + Book Arts at the University of Georgia. She references the handwritten letter to explore themes of slowness, distance, embodiment, and emotional intimacy.
George King has been an integral part of the Atlanta film community and cultural scene since 1986. A writer, director and producer, King has created such memorable documentary portraits as Ten Thousand Points of Light (1991), a quirky homage to the Townsend family of Stone Mountain and their annual Christmas lights extravaganza; Goin’ to Chicago…
This week is a doozy! Terry had a great time at the BURNAWAY Studio Soirée at Georgia State University last week, and followed that up with the “40 Over 40” and The Creatives Project openings.