2015 Festival Guide

Sorting by Neighborhood :: Downtown & Castleberry Hill, Alphabetical by Venue

Ralph Basui Watkins
© Ralph Basui Watkins
Faith in Sweet Auburn: The Next Chapter
Apex Museum
Featuring work by: Ralph Basui Watkins

Opening Reception Oct 16 7- 9:30pm

Dr. Ralph Basui Watkins will be present to greet and talk about his work, Faith in Sweet Auburn: The Next Chapter.

The show features 20 - 11 x 14 prints and videos produced by the artist that he will talk about and take questions.

This work is about my engagement with the process of revitalization along Auburn Avenue in Atlanta Georgia as I celebrate what was, what is and what is to come. It is about the places, the people and moments that reflect my relationship with memory and revival.

Exhibition Oct 16 - Oct 23

Apex Museum
135 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303 - Google Maps
(404) 523-2739
Tue-Fri: 9am-5pm
ACP Listing #: 82

Arthur Ratliff
© Arthur Ratliff
Passport to China
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, Central Library
Featuring work by: Brad Perkins, Arthur Ratliff

Opening Reception Oct 1 5- 7pm

Here's your passport to see China today. Visit the small towns where time has stood still and the ancient culture prevails. See the explosive growth of Shanghi, the world's largest and fastest growing city. Welcome aboard.

Exhibition Sep 20 - Oct 30

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, Central Library
126 Carnegie Way, One Margaret Mitchell Square, Atlanta, GA 30303 - Google Maps
(404) 740-1700
Mon-Thu: 10am-8pm
Fri-Sat: 10am-6pm
web: www.afpls.org
ACP Listing #: 28

© Exploring Light and Shadow
Exploring Light and Shadow
The Big House Gallery
Featuring work by: Nate Dorn, Max Eremine, Craig Gum, Cory McBurnett, Brent Walker

Exhibition Oct 9, 6 - 11pm

Nate Dorn is known for his unique brand of surrealist story telling & cinematic imagery, that is often laced with quirkiness & dark humor. NateDornImages.com

Max Eremine is an art portraitist & a fashion photographer. Originally from Moscow, based in Atlanta. maxeremine.com

Craig Gum puts his edgy spin on photography by layering contemporary art with comedic twists, inner turmoil & lustful desires. CraigGum.com

Brent Walker created "The Hidden South", a photo journal, documenting conversations with the unseen. He is also known for his photo-illustrative images that blurs the lines between fantasy & reality. brentjwalker.com

Cory McBurnett's current work utilizes the art of shibari while showcasing a minimalist approach to light & form. coryisamazing.com

The Big House Gallery
211 Peters Street, Atlanta, GA 30313 - Google Maps
ACP Listing #: 47

Kyle Hederson
© Kyle Hederson
Quaint Peche
Mammal Gallery
Featuring work by: Erin Branch, Patrick Di Rito, Kyle Henderson, Taylor McCormick, Andrew Sisk

Opening Reception Oct 9 7- 12am

An exploration of queer identity in the South. Showcasing the work of Erin Branch, Patrick Di Rito, Kyle Henderson, Taylor McCormick, and Andrew Sisk.

Exhibition Oct 9 - Oct 11

Mammal Gallery
91 Broad St SW, Atlanta, GA 30303 - Google Maps
(678) 744-7095
Thu-Sat: 12-6pm
ACP Listing #: 63

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