#weloveatl at Young Blood

The goal of #weloveatl is to bring the citizens of Atlanta together to tell simple & authentic photographic stories of their love for the city and the people that inhabit it. For the month of October show your love for Atlanta on Instagram using the #weloveatl hashtag, add a short description of the image and geotag with your location. All profits from print sales will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Facebook event. Young Blood Gallery & Boutique 636 N. Highland Ave. Atlanta, GA , 30306 Continue reading #weloveatl at Young Blood

“In Progress” at Studioplex

“In Progress” is a collection of new works by Kyle Petersen, David Allen Jones, Robin Benson, Cassie Robinson, Lauren C. Hughes, and Caitlin Bates. We are six Atlanta based artists and SCAD-Atlanta alumni. Please join us in seeing the beginning stages of new photographic and visual artwork. Directions: If you are facing the main entrance of Studioplex, there is a big grey/black door on the very far right behind some trees. It literally sits on the far SW corner of the building. Studioplex 659 Auburn Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30312 Continue reading “In Progress” at Studioplex

Slideluck Atlanta

Celebrating art, community, and food through multimedia slideshows and potluck dinners. Slideluck is a non-profit (501c3) arts organization that provides an opportunity for members of the arts, media, and creative communities to gather around food, friends, and art for a night of fellowship, inspiration, and support. This event, which happens thrice yearly in NYC, and in numerous other cities around the world, is about to launch right here in Atlanta! Slideluck Atlanta on Facebook. Ambient Plus Studio 585 Wells St. SW Atlanta, GA 30312 Continue reading Slideluck Atlanta

Deanna Sirlin at Bank of America

Deanna Sirlin says of her show, “Under and Over: New Collages,” “This work started like most work in the studio. I was making small collages, many shown here, using hot colors and different kinds of media. I had been thinking about making these works in another scale as they communicated the right notes of energy, gesture, and presence. But I wanted see how they might change by altering the scale. I received a mini grant from the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities through the City of Milton, Georgia to make art with my community, and be inclusive with parts of … Continue reading Deanna Sirlin at Bank of America

“Dreaming Identities” at Arnika Dawkins

Arnika Dawkins Gallery will be participating in the 2012 Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival with an exhibition entitled “Dreaming Identities.” Ten noted female fine art photographers have contributed forty works to Dreaming Identities, to be exhibited during Atlanta’s annual arts festival. The exhibition will include a wide range of imagery exploring topics such as memory, family, culture, and history. It also reflects personal and social experiences of each of the featured artists and explores themes from dream sequences to the notion of lineage. Each artist will highlight their aesthetic and personal interests viewed through the curatorial lens of photography educator and scholar … Continue reading “Dreaming Identities” at Arnika Dawkins

Matt Haffner at KSU

The Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University presents “Walking Through the Lonesome City,” a site-specific installation by Matt Haffner, in the lobby of the School of Art & Design. Occupying the foyer of the Visual Arts Building, video portraits of working-class individuals will be projected over vinyl and aluminum cutouts that detail aspects of an urban environment. This visual narrative will be visible to anyone walking in or near the building, collapsing the distinction between inside and outside, art and architecture, and gallery and public space. This project is supported by an NEA Art Works grant and organized … Continue reading Matt Haffner at KSU