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
Jackson Fine Art recently hosted a free portfolio review for photographers, and now they’ve teamed up with WonderRoot Community Arts Center for a gallery show. The show, on display at WonderRoot in Reynoldstown, features 16 artists who participated in the review, and will run throughout October. The opening party is next Thursday, September 29th at 7 PM and will be followed by an Artists Lock-In, in which the awesome facilities will be open to the public. Hope to see you there!
Get ready, it’s time for ACP 2011! Obviously there are a ton of events this year so get reading and circle all the events that spark your attention. Below is a link to download the 2011 PDF guide.
For a comprehensive look at this year’s festival, please download the ACP 2011 Festival Guide pdf, view the online Festival Guide
Our friends in this quarter’s seminar class are having their exhibition show Friday, September 2, 2011 at Young Blood Gallery and Boutique from 5-8 pm. Go out and enjoy an evening of wonderful work by some amazing photographers. Drinks and snacks included!!!
Here’s an opening that everyone should attend (yes you)
This Friday at Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, Brian Charles Steel exhibits his work titled “Impaired Perceptions”. The work is a black and white portraiture series of people with physical impairments.
“Ryan Nabulsi, Gallery Director at Jennifer Schwartz Gallery says, “Steel’s work is inviting and engaging, beautifully photographed in black and white. The viewer is able to see the impairment, but the personality of the individual overrides any notion of ‘disability’.” – via ArtRelish.com
For Directions to the Gallery click here
Can’t make the other openings this weekend? Well here’s a second option for you. Do your best to support your classmates, go to these shows.
You should do your best to attend this show and support your classmates. If you’re interested we can leave for the show after our extra help on Friday. What do you say? Awesome see you there.