The Museum of Arts and Sciences presents its 3rd annualEmerging Artists exhibition, showcasing rising stars from the Southeast. Six contemporary artists, representing some of the nation’s finest undergraduate and graduate art programs, will display works ranging from large-scale abstract paintings to paper forms and ceramics. The exhibition opens on March 6, 2015 and runs through June 28, 2015.
The fourth in a series of exhibitions on this theme, showing thinking 2015 provides an opportunity for five current faculty at Agnes Scott College to assemble and articulate their individual creative processes rather than to display finished products, as is more typical of gallery exhibitions. Process and practice, in multiple senses, shape this exhibition.
This year’s exhibition features faculty from Creative Writing, Romance Languages, Mathematics, Marine Biology, and Studio Art. While they foreground their primary scholarly and creative practices, they also demonstrate, through serendipitous intersections, the ways that ideas can and do emerge, for teachers and students alike, beyond the classroom, between collaborators, through risk and imagination and attention, in mundane moments.
January 29- February 27, 2015
Image details: installation shot Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College 2015
Selected by Siri Engberg, Senior Curator of Visual Arts at the Walker Art Center in MinneapolisThe MOCA GA Working Artist Project (WAP) is an awards program to support established visual artists of merit who reside in the metropolitan Atlanta area. This initiative provides an unparalleled level of support for individual artists, expands the Museum’s mission, and promotes Atlanta as a city where artists can live, work, and thrive. As with past years, a guest juror will select three visual artists to receive the Award. Representing our city’s best and brightest; these artists will be supported with an exhibition, promotion, a studio assistant, and a major stipend to create work over the course of the year. This program is supported in large by a grant from The Charles Loridans Foundation with additional funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.This year MOCA GA will provide the 2014/2015 WAP award recipients each with a stipend of $15,000; a paid studio apprentice for up to 300 hours at $10 per hour; an opportunity to interface with collectors, artists, and the public through programming and studio visits; an opportunity to interface with collectors, artists, and the public through programming and studio visits; documentation of the artist and work via MOCA GA’s Oral History Project & Education/Research Center; Presentation of a solo exhibition at MOCA GA of new works created at during the WAP grant period; inclusion of one (1) new work from the solo exhibition in the MOCA GA permanent collection; and production of an accompanying full-color exhibition solo catalogue.
Please click below for publications related to the MOCA GA 2014/15 Working Artist Project
The Goat Farm 1200 Foster Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318Twenty years ago on Earth Day, dedicated conservationists and friends of The Nature Conservancy gathered on the banks of the Chattahoochee River to celebrate shared victories toward securing Georgia’s natural future. Since then, The Hoochie has become one of Atlanta’s premier spring events and has raised more than $4 million to enable the Conservancy’s critical conservation projects around the state.
To celebrate the event’s 20th anniversary, we will honor President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter, who served on the host committee of the inaugural Hoochie event, for their commitment to conservation and longtime support of The Nature Conservancy. Patrons and Sponsors will be invited to attend an exclusive reception with President Carter on June 12 at the Carter Center.
The Hoochie 20 will take place on Friday, April 25th at The Goat Farm Arts Center in West Midtown. To complement the venue, our theme “Art of Nature” will explore how the natural world inspires us and will feature a curated art experience by Barbara Archer Gallery, live musical performances by the Bonaventure Quartet, gourmet cuisine by Epting Events and a boutique silent auction.
Burnaway 3rd Annual ART CRUSH AUCTION!
PARIS ON PONCE
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 7-10pm / Live Auction begins at 8pm
Hosted by ELLISOROUS REX
Mark your calendars for the 3rd annual Art Crush Auction — Atlanta’s most fun, most irreverent auction, featuring a collection of crushable creatives from around the city (and now, the Southeast)!
The Art Crush Auction is an annual fundraiser that supports the mission of BURNAWAY, an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing critical coverage and dialogue about the arts in Atlanta and the Southeast. Because we are a nonprofit, we rely on your support to produce our programs. Your ticket is a major part of this effort and is partially tax-deductible.
Tickets include an evening of amazing artwork by emerging and mid-career artists from around the Southeast, a live auction that is chock full of witty repartee and custom-made experiences with Atlanta artists, open bar designed by the good people at Soundtable, and signature bites provided by some of our favorite Atlanta restaurants.
* VIP Preview: Grant Park studio of Katherine Taylor, March 20, 7-9pm. To attend the preview party, become a member of the Host Committee today.
My mural for Elevate 2013 is on the facade of Mammal Gallery, it was great working with Chris and Brian, I truly appreciate that they shared their space with me.
Cross-Reference, Emory Visual Arts Department Faculty & Alumni Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: January 31 - April 5, 2014
Opening: Thursday, January 30, 5:30 - 8pm
Visual Arts Department & Gallery
700 Peavine Creek Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322
The Visual Arts Gallery at Emory University announces Cross-Reference, an exhibition of faculty and selected alumni on view from Friday, January 31 – Saturday, April 5, 2013. Guest curated by Rebecca Dimling Cochran, the exhibition highlights the important contributions the Visual Arts Department has made to Emory University.
As the center for the study and practice of contemporary art on Emory campus, the Visual Arts Department & Gallery has sought to strengthen the role of creativity and artistic exploration as a vital element of liberal arts education. Since its original inception as the Studio Arts Program in the late 1960s, and later as an official department and gallery in the 2000s, contemporary visual art on Emory’s campus has served as a vehicle for innovative inquiry and discussion around all manner of subjects. Indeed, the recognition of ingenuity, imagination, and visual literacy as essential and complimentary to academic research and scholarship have been the Department's highest priorities.
Since 2006, the Visual Arts Gallery has organized over thirty-five exhibitions with related lectures and symposia that have resulted in creative collaborations with colleagues in various departments as well as opportunities for students to experience a visual interpretation of a range of subjects. Cross-Reference honors this past by including works that address subjects directly related to mathematics, history, literature, psychology, environmental studies, medicine, and behavioral science among other subjects.
The Visual Arts Department at Emory University is scheduled to officially close in the summer of 2014. We invite you to join us as we commemorate the contributions Visual Arts has made to Emory University.
Participating artists include:
Joy Drury Cox
*Ruth Dusseault's Seven-Minute Walden will be on view one week only from January 31 - February 8.
Special thanks to the Hightower Fund of Emory University and the Emory Friends of Visual Arts.
For more information, please contact Faith McClure in the Emory Visual Arts Department at email@example.com or 404.712.4397. Gallery hours are from Monday through Thursday, 10am - 4pm and on Saturdays from 12-4pm.
For a full listing of Visual Arts Gallery and Departmental Events, please visit ourNews/Events page.
Miami New Times, Dec 5, 2013
<iframe src="//player.vimeo.com/video/78539827?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&color=ffffff" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/78539827">Red Bull Curates: Canvas Cooler Atlanta (featuring Sarah Emerson and Sam Parker)</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/geofflevy">Geoff Levy</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
4 December 2013 11:00 AM – 8 November 2013 8:00 PM, 1000 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
WED | DEC 04 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
THUR | DEC 05 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
FRI | DEC 06 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
SAT | DEC 07 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
SUN | DEC 08 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM
I recently completed a mural for Elevate commissioned by the Office of Cultural Affairs, Atlanta, located at 91 Broad Street, Atlanta, GA.
Red Bull Curates Scope Miami Basel Dec 3-8, 2013
Whitespace Gallery, Aqua Art Miami Dec 3-8, 2013
Little Things Mean A Lot, Swan Coach House, Atlanta, GA
The December Show, Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Monster Drawing Rally at the High Museum on Sept 21, 1pmOssuary (traveling group show) Univ. of Tennessee Downtown Gallery, October 5 - 26, Opening reception: Friday Oct 4, 5:00 - 9:00pmRed Bull Curates Canvas Cooler Project Atlanta 2013, Oct 17Elevate, Oct 18 (installation of the mural between Oct 10-17)
June 29-September 22, 2013
Drawing Inside the Perimeter includes more than 45 drawings from the High's permanent collection, as well as two wall drawings by HENSE and Rocio Rodriguez created exclusively for the exhibition.
Artists in the exhibition include: Sean Abrahams, Alejandro Aguilera, Tristan Al–Haddad, Radcliffe Bailey, Philip Carpenter, Don Cooper, Brian Dettmer, Craig Drennen, Sarah Emerson, Kojo Griffin, HENSE, Benjamin Jones, Jason Kofke, Ruth Laxson, Ann Marie Manker, Katherine Mitchell, Jiha Moon, Andy Moon Wilson, Yanique Norman, Joe Peragine, Fahamu Pecou, Seana Reilly, Susan Robert, Rocio Rodriguez, Ben Roosevelt, Brandon Sadler, Nathan Sharratt, Freddie Styles and Katherine Taylor, among others.
Drawing Inside the Perimeter focuses on drawing as a means of making sense of the world, rather than as a step on the way to producing artwork in another medium, such as with a preparatory sketch. The drawings in the exhibition act as a roadmap to the crisscrossing avenues of artistic production in Atlanta and reflect the chaotic, dynamic spirit of the city.
Most of the works in the exhibition were acquired since 2010 with support from the Lambert Fund, which was established by the late art patron and gallerist Judith Alexander. Native Atlantan, Judith Alexander, was one of the city's most influential art patrons and supporter of Atlanta and Georgia artists until her death in 2004. The Fund was named in recognition of her friend, the Atlanta-based curator and advocate for Georgia artists, Marianne Lambert. The collection and exhibition is the result of a three-year collaboration between Lambert and the High's Wieland Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Michael Rooks.
Organization & Support
This exhibition is organized by the High Museum of Art.
Click ProjectAtrium to view the MOCA Jacksonville Project Atrium brochure.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville Project Atrium, March 23 – July 7, 2013
Underland, Black Sea of Trees, mural on 3 walls in the atrium space of MOCA Jax, 70 feet x 40 feet
About Project Atrium
Project Atrium, MOCA’s bold series, features site-specific and site-sensitive installations by emerging and mid-career artists. The unique placement, dimensions and scale of MOCA’s Haskell Atrium Gallery provide a compelling challenge to the chosen artist—a call to reinvention and active collaboration with the architecture of the museum on a monumental scale.
Also upcoming and ongoing:
Puritan Mill, Beneath the the Setting Sun, November 14, 2012- January 31, 2013
mocajax Atrium Project March 2013
In Unison, Get This Gallery, curated by William Downs up through Feb 16th
Little Things Mean A Lot, Swan Coach House Gallery Dec 2012
I recently completed a mural for the 2012 Living Walls Conference in Atlanta. The walls are below a train trestle on the beltline in Reynoldstown, Atlanta, Georgia on Fulton Tr. between Chester and Holtzclaw. It was really great working in Reynoldstown and I am so thankful for all the people who came out and helped paint. Special thanks to Living Walls for inviting me to participate--So far this conference has been my favorite project to date.
I hope you'll take a moment to check out the other artists involved in the conference and please take a moment to support future projects by donating to Living Walls.
The Living walls team has been putting together some really great videos of the artists working-Click below to get started on the Living Walls Vimeo site.
You can also click on the links below for articles and more information about this years conference.
I am very grateful to have some stickers included in this book...thanks db
Stickers Deluxe: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art
Written by DB Burkeman and Monica LoCascio, Contribution by Shepard Fairey and Carlo McCormick
- Pub Date: October 5, 2010
- Format: Hardcover
- Category: Art - Graffiti & Street Art
- Publisher: Universe
- Trim Size: 9 x 11-3/4
- US Price: $250.00
- CAN Price: $295.00
- ISBN: 978-0-7893-2082-7
About This Book
Stickers features approximately 4,000 stickers from the exploding, vibrant world of street art, DIY culture, music, and branding. Cheap, democratic, easy to "tag," and not always fast to fade, the sticker has been an ever-present medium—from the New York and London underground punk scene to skate culture and political expression. Celebrating the graphics of this street-art medium, Stickers illustrates the timeline of this pastime, from counterculture to politics. Stickers includes approximately 4,000 sticker graphics organized by categories and themes, with works by such diverse artists as Raymond Pettibon and Jenny Holzer; street artists such as Banksy, Neck Face, and Barry McGee; and amateur artists who "tag" the streets anonymously. With texts from artists and writers, including Swoon, Stanley Donwood, ESPO, Clayton Patterson, Carlo McCormick, and Michael Betancourt, Stickers illustrates not only the visual and social history of sticker art but also the personal relationship that street artists and pedestrians alike have with stickers. Packaged in an oversized clamshell box, the deluxe edition features 23 large, original die-cut stickers, many of which are signed by the artist.
About the Author
DB Burkeman fell in love with stickers and street art at an early age via skateboarding and punk rock, but made a name for himself DJing between his homes in London and New York.
Shepard Fairey is an artist and graphic designer who is known around the world for his "Andre the Giant Has a Posse" sticker campaign and the Barack Obama "Hope" poster.
Carlo McCormick is a curator, cultural critic, and the author of numerous books. He is the senior editor at Paper Magazine.