This week, Terry takes us to art gatherings at WonderRoot, Kibbee Gallery, Besharat Gallery, and more!
This week, Terry celebrates at BURNAWAY’S Art Crush Fundraiser and checks out the new shows at Jackson Fine Art & Sandler Hudson Gallery.
This week, Terry shines a bright light on the Zuckerman Museum, GSU Triennial, the Chastain Arts Center, Hi-Lo Press & many more!
What snow? Terry made it out to to see Trevor Reese at Day & Night Projects, Lucha Rodrigues and others at Kai Lin Art, Terri Dilling at Stanley Beaman Sears, and group shows at Hathaway, Facet and Mason Fine Art.
You know the holiday season is past when a flurry of shows are opening. Terry saw a lot this week!
You thought the art world slowed down around the holidays? Nope. Terry checked out even more shows with affordable small works, and some regular shows too.
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?
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.
Every week, we catch up with the indefatigable Terry Kearns to see what he’s been up to, where he’s gone, and what and who he’s seen. If you don’t know Terry, he’s the bespectacled man with the tousled head of hair and an iPad in front of his face who can be seen buzzing around and through…
Terry Kearns visits ColorATL, Cosmo Whyte at Marcia Wood, Drink & Doodle, and Art Vandenberg at poem 88
This week Terry went to the basement gallery Good Enough to see a show by David Onri Anderson and Benji Anderson, to Buckhead to check out the new gallery Camayuhs, to Cabbagetown to see the new murals at the Stacks, and to Hapeville for a photography show.
Just a few stops for Terry this week, at Hi-Lo Press, Matre Gallery, and the Atlanta airport.
Hold on to your hat! Terry’s week included stops at Kibbee, Argha Noah, Parlor, Facet, Blue Mark Studios, Wondershop, and Hodgepodge Coffeehouse, as well as a Julian Hoke Harris walking tour.
Terry was all over Metro Atlanta last week. He visited MOCA GA, Day & Night Projects, Swan Coach House Gallery, and Mason Fine Art, and watched HENSE create a mural in Midtown and the Knitterati wrap two trees in Roswell.
Every Tuesday, we catch up with the indefatigable Terry Kearns to see what he’s been up to, where he’s gone, and what and who he’s seen. If you don’t know Terry, he’s the bespectacled man with the tousled head of hair and an iPad in front of his face who can be seen buzzing around and through…