Angus Galloway is an Atlanta artist and member of The Creatives Project studio residency 2013-15 class. Here he talks about his approach to art making and what he loves about drawing, among other things. You can see “Patterns of Flight,” the 2015 … Continue reading Angus Galloway
“#3everyday is a Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence Awareness month project for October 2015. This project is based on the statistic that three women die every day from domestic violence. The project will consist of a daily three woman performance piece … Continue reading #3everyday, by Jessica Caldas
Atlanta artist Bethany Collins, who recently won the $50,000 Hudgens Prize, talks about her work addressing race, identity, and language in an interview I did for the local PBS station. Continue reading Hudgens Prize Winner Bethany Collins
“Tin Man” Charlie Lucas gave an artist talk at MINT back in February. I recorded his artist talk and interviewed him for WABE, Atlanta’s NPR station. Continue reading Charlie Lucas at MINT
In the course of my former day job, I interviewed the creators of #TinyDoorsATL. The artists put up tiny doors around Atlanta, creating entrances “to collective creativity and invitations to whimsy.” You can listen to Myke Johns’ interview for WABE … Continue reading #TinyDoorsATL
Friend of Art Relish Ryan Nabulsi is teaching a photojournalism course at Gwinnett Technical College. Have a look at some of his students’ views of the 2015 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade.
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