Galleries Atlanta Contemporary’s Art Party Ryan Nabulsi brings us some pictures from Atlanta Contemporary’s Art Party on August 29, 2015. Partygoers interact with Dana Haugaard’s work in progress: a microphone that transforms voices into water ripples. Jane Rattia (left) asks some partygoers how they perceive his work. Jane Garver Chirstina West shows the rubber molds she uses to create her sculptures. Partygoers interact with Dana Haugaard’s work in progress: a microphone that transforms voices into water ripples. Dana Haugaard (right) explains how his work changes the viewers’ perception of senses and space. In the bright lights of his studio, Nathan Sharratt (left) answers questions about his work. Sharratt has declared an #artwar and has been using social media such as Instagram to fuel his battles with artists internationally. Sarah Emerson (right) holds court with an enthuisiastic partygoer. Beth Lilly shares a laugh with partygoers while she shows her current work in progress. Stephanie Dowda (left) explains the Fuji Instax format camera. She employs this format to capture small snippets of a scene. Dowda’s nunchuks. Kojo Griffin (center) and Nikita Gale (right) exchange stories about teaching and being a student. Outside of the party, a small roller rink was created for people to bust-a-move. Sarah Emerson (left) smiles as she is complimented on her work. Kojo Griffin (right) points out the intricacies in his work to a partygoer.