2015 Festival Guide

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Sheila Pree Bright
© Sheila Pree Bright
Flux Night 2015: Dream
Old Fourth Ward
Featuring work by: Courtesy the Artists, Aaron Gach, Chris Johnson, Otabenga Jones & Associates, Yoko Ono, Sheila Pree Bright, Pedro Reyes, Byette Ross Smith, Kamal Sinclair, Jennifer Wen Ma, Hank Willis Thomas

Exhibition Oct 3 7- 12am POSTPONED to Nov. 7th

Flux Projects's annual one-night public art celebration moves to the Old Fourth Ward and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District. Curator Nato Thompson's theme "Dream" pays homage to the surrounding neighborhood where Dr. King served as a leader in a movement that changed the world.

In August of 1963, at the culmination of The March on Washington, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous speech that put his dreams for our nation into words. They were sweet, eloquent, hypnotic words that stirred the hopes of a country and its imagination. His dream asked for the best in people and in a sense, asked for the world as we knew it, to become the place we dreamed about.

Fifty-two years later Dr. King's call to action still rings true. Thompson has selected a diverse, provocative, and accomplished group of artists to create projects that invite us to continue dreaming of a more just and peaceful world. These projects will be a mix of visual and performance art that fills a five-block area and flows from the streets, through empty lots, up buildings, and into the sky.

Old Fourth Ward
Auburn and Edgewood Avenues at Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30312 - Google Maps
(404) 622-7659
ACP Listing #: 50

Shannon Davis & Virginie Kippelen
© Shannon Davis & Virginie Kippelen
Urban Wilderness + Man-Made Nature
Trees Atlanta TreeHouse at Stoveworks
Featuring work by: Shannon Davis, Virginie Kippelen

Exhibition Oct 8 - Oct 23

URBAN WILDERNESS + MAN-MADE NATURE is a photography exhibit showcasing two photographers' work beginning on October 8th with a speaking event on October 20th. The exhibit will include work on display both indoors and outdoors with images highlighting urban features of the city like the Atlanta BeltLine. Virginie Kippelen and Shannon Davis bring a fresh perspective to the urban forest of Atlanta and the importance of paying attention to how the people of a city transform the canopy.

Virginie seeks out nature in the city and creates images that reflect on her experience of walking in parks and green spaces in search of a sense of wilderness.

Shannon focuses on areas where man has consciously moved or manipulated nature in order to co-exist. She frames these innocuous reconstructed spaces as if they are beautiful natural landscapes.

Artist's Talk Oct 20 7pm -8:30pm

Trees Atlanta TreeHouse at Stoveworks
112 Krog St Suite 7, Atlanta, GA 30307 - Google Maps
(404) 522-4097
Mon-Fri: 10am-4pm
ACP Listing #: 52

Marcia Vaitsman
© Marcia Vaitsman
Small Acts of Kindness
Whitespace Gallery
Featuring work by: Marcia Vaitsman

Artist's Reception Oct 23 7- 10pm

Join whitespace gallery on Friday, October 23rd for an opening reception featuring a new body of work by Marcia Vaitsman titled Small Acts of Kindness. Stop by between 7 pm to 10 pm to view this incredible collection of photographs and enjoy an evening celebrating whitespace's newest exhibition.

Exhibition Oct 23 - Nov 28

Whitespace Gallery
814 Edgewood Ave., Atlanta, Georgia - Google Maps
(404) 688-1892
Wed-Sat: 11am-5pm
ACP Listing #: 96

Cammi Lusk
© Cammi Lusk
Anxiety: A Pop-up Book
Featuring work by: Cammi Lusk

Artist's Reception Oct 30 7- 10pm

This one night only thesis exhibit features the work of SCAD Atlanta graduate student Cammi Lusk. Her work investigates anxiety in the childlike format of a photographic pop-up book and explores art-making a means of coping with anxiety.

814 Edgewood Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 - Google Maps
(404) 688-1892
Wed-Sat: 11am-5pm
ACP Listing #: 103

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