Westside Art Walk

The Westide Art District’s third Saturday art walks continue.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

GET THIS! GALLERY **All day performance 10am – 5pm**
662 11th St NW. (678) 596-4451
Thousand Kisses, In My Living Room
One day performance piece by Gyun Hur
Garments are obsessively cut in hands with scissors for hours. An array of green house plants await for kisses and whispers. It is the artist’s attempt to visualize the hours of rituals in remembering the past and the present, beckoning herself in reconciliation through a transformative act in making. Artist Gyun Hur’s performance will take place throughout the entire day, inviting visitors to experience the progression of the performance at Get This! Gallery.

ATLANTA CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER – Open 11 am to 5 pm; **Artist talk at 11am**
Members, Free; General admission, $5; Students/Seniors, $3; Kids under 12, Free
535 Means Street NW, 404.688.1970,
Event: Artist Talk with exhibiting artist Shana Robbins, who discusses her influences and experiences with performance, painting, and movement.
Exhibitions: Shana Robbins: Supernatural Conductor, and Amy Myers: Feminine Space. Robbins is an Atlanta-based artist whose works address conditions of feminine power, natural phenomena, and cycles of life and death. Myers is a New York- and Kansas City-based artist whose large-scale drawings combine elements from the worlds of physics, horticulture, science fiction, anatomy, and architecture.

KIANG GALLERY **Artist talk at 1pm**
1011-A Marietta Street. (404) 892-5477.
Noon to 5pm.
Kiang gallery is pleased to host an artist talk by Pandra Williams at 1pm. Currently on view: In Significance, a collaboration in porcelain and light by Pandra Williams and Annette Gates.

SANDLER HUDSON GALLERY **Panel discussion at 2pm**
1009-A Marietta Street NW, (404) 817.3300). www.sandlerhudson.com
Sheila Pree Bright – “Girls, Grillz and Guns July 13 – August 14, 2010
Sandler Hudson Gallery will host a panel discussion with Sheila Pree Bright and special guests. The discussion will be focused around hip hop culture, gun culture, and body image that is represented in her photography.

ADDITIONAL GALLERIES OPEN FOR VIEWING:

TWIN KITTENS **New exhibition**
1016 Howell Mill Rd. NW. Unit #3208 (Entrance is on 10th St.) (404) 803-4316.
11am – 5pm.
Daniel Finch // Pipeline. TWIN KITTENS is pleased to present Pipeline, an exhibition of new works by Pennsylvania-based artist, Daniel Finch. The paintings address the impact of transmitted images and attempt to recover the primacy of the mechanically deconstructed moment or event.

EMILY AMY GALLERY **New exhibition**
1000 Marietta Street NW, Suite 208. (404) 877-5626.
11am to 5pm.
Summer Sampler: A selection of works from gallery artists.

OCTANE COFFEE BAR **New exhibition**
1009-B Marietta Street NW. (404) 815-9886.
8am to 10pm.
Weston Wilkins a SCAD graduate explores the repetition of daily routines and imagery that is encountered through mixed media and collage.

SALTWORKS **New exhibition**
664 11th St NW. (404) 881-0411.
Noon to 5pm.
Summer Salon. Please note our Summer Hours – open Westside Art Walks 12-5 and by appointment until September.

ASTOLFI ART
1170 Howell Mill Road, Suite P-16. (404) 307.0215.
Noon to 5pm.
In their second two-person show titled BOSQUE 2, artists, Anke Schofield and Luis Garcia-Nerey, explore the aesthetics of and the psychology behind the forest. In this exhibit, the two artists compare the social dynamics and the hierarchy within forest animals in relation to our own society.

TANNER-HILL GALLERY
1170 Howell Mill Road, Suite 111. (404) 580-4299
Noon to 5pm.
Artists: Jodi Hays, Peter Vaughn, Willie Young
ROTATION 2010 featuring the works of Jodi Hays, Peter Vaughn and Willie Young and is the first installation of a three part series featuring the most recent works of gallery artists.

ABOUT THE WESTSIDE ART WALK
The Westside Art Walk is a presentation of the Westside Arts District and occurs on the third Saturday of every month from Noon to 5pm, unless otherwise noted. This art-centric event is intended to encourage public interaction and education of visual art in the emerging art district in Atlanta’s Westside neighborhood. There is plenty of free parking at each venue. Information can be found on the group’s website www.wadatlanta.org.

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