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February 13, 2013, 10 Am- 4 PM 2013 

“Print Big” 

Atlanta Printmaker’s Studio

“The 4th annual Print Big! Steamroller Event is April 13, 2013, and we want you to be an important part of this exciting event by being a volunteer.

There are a wide variety of opportunities to choose from at Print BIG! including Set Up, Membership Table, T-shirt Sales, Studio Tours, Vandercook Press operators, Photographers, Steamroller Print Helpers, Block Inkers, Children’s Print Area, and more. We would also like to borrow several art festival type tents, please let us know if you have one available.

All volunteers receive a special t-shirt, refreshments, and are invited to the after-party. Ask your friends, family and coworkers to help and please forward this information to anyone that you think might enjoy volunteering at this event!”


February 19, 2013, 6:00 PM 2013 

“Streaming Spirits” Discussion

SCAD-Atlanta Fourth Floor

This panel discussion featuring the curator Crista Cloutier and partnering artists Kiki Smith and Valeria Hammond will include the artists speaking about their artistic inspirations for their exhibit that will soon reach SCAD-Savannah and features fascinating prints of the human body imprinted with spiritual signs and drawings.


March 6, 2013, 3:30 to 7:30 PM 

“Illuminated Letters” Performance

Trinity United Methodist Church

The Atlanta Calligraphy Guild will be holding its 2nd annual calligraphic performance at this exciting event! It will feature the demonstrations of twenty expert calligraphers with multiple types of calligraphy styles!


March 22 and 23, 2013

“Critical Juncture” Conference

Emory University

Registration Cost: $20

Critical Juncture is a two day conference that “explores the ways multiple identities (i.e. gender, race, disability, sexuality, class) intersect to create a unique experience in society and science.”


August 29 – October 17, 2012

“Stars Down to Earth” by the Kirk Visiting Artist at Agnes Scott in art, Jiha Moon

The James Gallery in New York City at the CUNY Graduate Center

*This is out of town, but all are welcome to come see it!

Come see the incredible and colorful prints and paintings of a current visiting professor at Agnes Scott, Jiha Moon, who is teaching Painting I and II this fall! The show is in Manhattan, so if you are planning a trip to New York be sure to check it out!


September 8- October 20, 2012

“Souvenir Valise” by the Kirk Visiting Artist at Agnes Scott in art, Jiha Moon

The Curator’s Office in Washington DC

*This is out of town, but all are welcome to come see it!

This show also features the work of the current visiting professor in art at Agnes Scott, Jiha Moon, and her assemblage works and paintings in this exhibition look as equally amazing as the images in her first show! The show is in Washington DC, but if you are not visiting the city be sure to look at her work on the webpage!


September 14- November 10, 2012, Opening Reception September 14

Pure Folk:Celebrating the Folk Art Society of America

Barbara Archer Gallery

This exhibition shows a collection of artists who delight in one central theme: folk art! From the website:

“Over 25 years have passed since contemporary folk art exploded on the art scene, leaving us with a plethora of faux folk art imitators and a shortage of meaningful work by the early, authentic masters in this genre.

We savor the opportunity to reintroduce such significant artists known for their wit, ingenuity and an original approach to self expression — pure and direct without inhibition.”


November 14 and 15, 2012

French Filmmaker Claire Denis Presents at Emory

White Hall, Emory University

“Internationally-acclaimed French filmmaker Claire Denis will be on the Emory campus tomorrow and Thursday for two evening presentations. Both events are free and open to the public”


Now-December,1  2012

“Material Girls” by Contemporary Black Women Artists

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art

“The often debated distinction between craft and fine art is irrelevant in “Material Girls: Contemporary Black Women Artists.” The seven artists on view — Chakaia Booker, Sonya Clark, Maya Freelon Asante, Maren Hassinger, Martha Jackson Jarvis, Joyce J. Scott and Renée Stout — embrace both, sacrificing neither concept nor craftsmanship.

The women all hail from the East Coast, primarily Baltimore and Washington, and all but Clark and Freelon Asante were born before 1958. All have educations in fine art and familial ties to craft traditions. Though their choices of materials vary widely, their works all touch on personal history, heritage, craft, recycling and tradition — and the recycling of traditions”



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