SCAD Atlanta Open Studio Night
SCAD Atlanta, events space, fifth floor, building C
Friday, Nov. 2
7 to 9 p.m.
More than 200 original works of art by SCAD students, professors and alumni are on display. This amazing event showcases the best in SCAD painting, photography, illustration, printmaking and sculpture. The event features live entertainment, hands-on demonstrations and light refreshments. Most work exhibited is available for sale.
Hope to see everyone there, it’s always one of the best events put on by SCAD. Free and open to the public, so invite your friends!
photos above: Frederic Cisneros, Rose M. Barron, and Brittany Wages
Saturday, May 26, is the opening for Mnemonic Archive and if you’re around Atlanta, you should definitely check it out. It’ll be an amazing show! My classmates, including myself, have worked very hard for this.
So come out and join us at APG Gallery, 7-10!
SEE YOU THERE!
Here is some of my most recent work from Studio lighting last quarter, and Fashion Photography and Advanced Digital Imaging this Quarter.
Successful London fashion retoucher Becci Manson has helped to assemble an international effort to rescue photos in Japan damaged by the Tsunami. I’m gonna be honest, it may just be the finals stress getting to me, but I teared up at this video.
The Portland Grid Project began in 1996, with a group of photographers working to systematically document their city. Splitting the map into a grid with 1.5 mile squares, the photographers spent a month on each square. The range of techniques created not just an intimate portrait of Portland, but of the way each photographer sees their city as well.
I think this could be a cool extension of Mallory’s project. After seeing the places she found, it could be fun to do an Atlanta round. Anyone interested?
It’s the hair that gets me.
Martin Parr, who spoke in Atlanta not too long ago, wrote up a post explaining some of the photographic clichés he sees the most.
In case you were thinking about shooting any of these, it might be worth a read. He doesn’t criticize using these subjects, but instead gently reminds you that it’s been done before, so you better make it worth it.