Category Archives: artists
Felicia Feaster has reviewed Inhabited for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. The article will be on newsstands May 17th.
My new cut paper work will be on exhibition at Kai Lin Art Gallery from May 10th – July 5th! Please come out for the opening reception on Friday, May 10th, from 7-10pm. Kai Lin Art Gallery 999 Brady Ave NW, … Continue reading
You can now find my artists’ books listed on Vamp & Tramp’s website! Take a look at books from Capybara Press here!
My work is featured on the Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia’s blog this month – take a look! The WCAGA is the local chapter of the national organization. The Women’s Caucus for Art was originally founded to support women’s … Continue reading
It’s going to be a fun night tonight– Come out to the Goat Farm Arts Center tonight from 8-11 for the Creatives Project’s annual exhibition and fundraiser! Our amazing residency opportunity would not be possible without your support. Not only will … Continue reading
Come out to the Goat Farm Arts Center on the evening of October 19th to see the Creatives Project’s annual show (8-11pm)! Convergence will feature work by the six of us studio residency artists, and work by the four new … Continue reading
As I posted last month, the Creatives Project’s Creative Community Housing Project (CCHP) is offering an “Artist-in-Residence” Program that will provide two Atlanta artists with low-cost housing for two years. The three-bedroom house is newly renovated and located in the Adair … Continue reading
This Friday, Martha Whittington will have her solo show, deus ex machina, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia for her 2011/2012 Working Artist Project grant. The opening will include music by Jon Ciliberto and a performance collaboration by Beacon Dance. … Continue reading
The 2011-2012 Creative Community Housing Project (CCHP) Artist-in-Studio residency program will be extended for a second year! I will be joined by Justin Rabideau, Brandon Sadler, Marcy Starz, Nikki Starz, and Jerusiah Graham (with Hannah Perner-Wilson and Margaret Hiden) for an additional year … Continue reading
The Creatives Project’s Creative Community Housing Project (CCHP) is offering an “Artist-in-Residence” Program that will provide two Atlanta artists with low-cost housing for two years. Here’s a detailed description: A new partnership with Atlanta real-estate investment firm Pohl Real Estate expands … Continue reading