Now Here, Here Now

Now Here, Here Now

I am sitting outside on a porch. Although, I know there is much more to come, it already feels like the height of summer – hot, humid, rumbles of distant thunder, tomatoes and cucumbers ready to be harvested. I have a lot to learn about my new home. If I had moved...
Over, Under, Around, and Through

Over, Under, Around, and Through

Ingrid Burrington recently spoke at the 4th Floor, “a public laboratory and educational facility with a focus on information, design, technology, and the applied arts” at the Chattanooga Public Library. She talked in detail about her research into the physical...
#GetLiFTed: Atlanta’s New Art Salon Organization

#GetLiFTed: Atlanta’s New Art Salon Organization

The community & arts organization in Atlanta LiFT held its first Art Salon in November 2014 and has been holding them once a month since. The most recent, #CreATL, featured glass artist Marselle Harrison-Miles, R&B singer ASH who just dropped her first EP, The...
From the Road: Slippery Slope

From the Road: Slippery Slope

If someone slips on a banana peel in a forest and no one sees it, does anyone laugh? The current exhibition at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center walks us dangerously close to the banana peel. We are the sucker about to unwittingly step onto the banana peel, and the...
You’re The Top…

You’re The Top…

Moving to a new town is disorienting. The streets do not yet make sense. The grocery store has strange foods. The restaurant chains arrange themselves differently. The art world shifts and morphs, revealing new opportunities, expansive possibilities, and gaps to be...