Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Atlanta Celebrates Visual Artists

October is a busy month for the art world in Atlanta. Throughout October, along with it being Atlanta Celebrates Photography month there are many ongoing art shows and exhibits. Here are a few handpicked events showcasing unique visual artists:

Iain Macarthur's "Entrance" on display until October 17th at the ABV Gallery.

Margaret Fletcher's "Ocus" and Michael David Murphy's "Certainty Principle" on show until October 30th at the Spruill Gallery.

Susan Hadorn's "Empty Spaces, Piedmont Park Pool & Bathhouse" and Lloyd Benjamin's "Class One Colors" on exhibit until October 30 at the Solomon Projects Gallery.

 The last Friday of every month, The Highland Ballroom hosts LaserBeamKitty, an indie-electro-dance-rock-art party. Featured are up and coming musicians and multimedia artists from around the country. Pictured here, one of last months featured artists, Dante DeStefano.

The Saltworks Gallery features Iona Rozeal Brown's "Mythologies and Mashups" throughout the entire month of October. Artist talk and book signing October 16 1pm.

"Twinrocker: Forty Years of Hand Papermaking" open through December 17 at the Robert C. Williams Museum.

The Emily Amy Gallery presents "Down the Rabbit Hole" featuring artists, Jennifer Cawley, Zuzka Vaclavik, and Cara Enteles. On display until October 23.

"Overseas and Undertones" A Collection of New Work From 13 Transatlantic Artists Opening reception Friday October 22 7-11pm. On exhibit October 22 through November.

FLUX in the Castleberry Hills Art District is a fantastic one night art celebration showing large and small-scale projections, performance, dance, music, light installations, and other forms of multi-media projects and public interactions throughout the streets and empty spaces of Castleberry Hills. FLUX is on October 1 8pm-2am. This is where I'll be Friday night, so come and join me!

Also in Castleberry Hills this month is the Castleberry Art Stroll on October 8th at 7pm. Voted best art stroll in Atlanta!

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