JULY 16 Westside Art Walk, 11am – 5pm


Drop off new and used art supplies to benefit young artists in need at any of the Westside Arts District participating galleries.  Just look for the red bins!  This year the focus is on 2D art work – so we’re collecting items for drawing, painting, printmaking photography as well as miscellaneous items such as glue, glue sticks, scissors, rulers, matt boards, tape, etc.  You get the idea!
For more information about TCP, visit http://www.thecreativesproject.org/

*Event 11am-12pm*
535 Means Street NW (404) 688-1970
www.thecontemporary.org Open 11am-5pm
Members Free, General admission $5, Students $3, Seniors $3, Kids Free
*Event: Artist Talk: Artists and Materials
Exhibiting artists including Melvin Edwards, Elonda Billera, Seana Reilly, Brion Nuda Rosch, and Weston Teruya discuss why materials matter.
On view: Inside & Out: Melvin Edwards and Peter Saul, and Material Deposits
Two new exhibitions that explore the physical world in various real and represented ways. Minerals, food, found objects, tools, and pop culture are manipulated by emerging and acclaimed exhibiting artists.

*Noon Director Talk, “Building a better Photographic Series”*
1000 Marietta St. NW Ste 118.  (404) 351-1050.
www.jenniferschwartzgallery.com  Open 11am – 5pm.
Ryan Nabulsi, Director at Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, will give a talk about how photographers can craft better and more cohesive photographic series.  Showcasing some of the books found at Fall Line Press, the talk will highlight what makes a cohesive, successful and meaningful body of work.

{ Poem88 }
*1PM Artist Talk – Jon Ciliberto*
1100 Howell Mill Road Suite A03
White Provisions District (behind Perrine’s and Garden)
Atlanta, Georgia 30318  tel 404.735.1000
www.poem88.net  Open Noon to 6PM
In conjunction with the exhibition “WORKS ON PAPER,” artist Jon Ciliberto will talk about his artistic practice, using found and donated materials and bestowing his drawings as gifts. In many ways, this activity is tied to his study of Buddhism and a practice of mindfulness, compassion and renunciation of material things. In keeping with this practice, his works on view at {Poem88} have been gifted to the gallery to be sold or not. His work recently appeared in ArtsCriticATL.com illustrating performances at Sonic Palooza.

Sandler Hudson Gallery
*2PM – Artist Yanique Norman present*
1009-A Marietta St. NW  404-817-3300
www.sandlerhudson.com Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5, Saturday 12-5.
The show continues until September 3, 2011. Sandler Hudson is pleased to present Yanique Norman in a solo show.  Norman’s new body of work, “Middle Passages Redux,” will feature graphite drawings that introduce the experimental use of collage and gouache.  This new body of work grew out of the artist’s search for understanding how to visually capture the emotional and psychological.


Astolfi Art
1170 Howell Mill Road P-16
Atlanta, GA 30318 (in the White Provisions Building)
www.astolfiart.com  (404) 307-0215.
Thursday- Saturday, 11-4, or by appointment
Astolfi Art is pleased to present ‘Shift’ by Atlanta based artist Gregor Turk.  His current series of sculpture and ceramic pieces echo his earlier works, which have themes of mapping and place making.  His new series features trapezoid shapes that have been paired together to create a visual portal using geometry and blues and greens found on the world map.

*Summer Salon*
1000 Marietta St. NW, Ste. 208 (404) 877-5626
www.emilyamygallery.com Open 11am – 5pm.
Emily Amy Gallery is pleased to present Summer Salon, a group exhibition of works from gallery artists. The exhibition includes paintings, works on paper and mixed media works.

*Small Pieces, Loosely Joined*
1011-A Marietta St. Atlanta GA 30318  (404) 892-5477
www.kiang-gallery.com Open Wed-Friday: 11-5pm, Sat: Noon – 5pm.
Through July 30.  The title of this group exhibition by guest curator Karen Tauches refers to David Weinberger’s unified theory of the web. Internet culture has undoubtedly affected how we gather and connect nuggets of information. No longer are we bound to particular chronologies. This exhibition illustrates the fluidity of connections both in the content of individual works and in the style in which it is presented. ARTISTS: Marc Brotherton, Karen Brummund, Carolyn Carr, Inkyoung Chun, Amandine Drouet, Annette Gates, Hollis Hildebrand-Mills, Judy Rushin, Ben Steele, Christian Bradley West, Jan Vormann, Stan Woodard.

*Summer Salon*

664 11th St. NW.  (404) 881-0411.
www.saltworksgallery.com Open Noon – 5pm.
Saltworks is pleased to present a summer salon exhibition of artists of the gallery.  Featured artists include Alejandro Aguilera, Avantika Bawa, William Cordova, Brian Dettmer, Conor McGrady, Jiha Moon, Prema Murthy and Michael Scoggins.  Please note our July Hours:  M-F by appointment and Saturdays Noon-5pm.

*Nathan Tavel*
1009-B Marietta St.  (404) 815-9886.
www.octanecoffee.com Open 8am – 11pm
Octane Coffee’s continuing series on promoting emerging artists continues with July’s exhibition of the works of artist Nathan Tavel.


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