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Free Art Atlanta sends students on scavenger hunt

Free Art Atlanta sends students on scavenger hunt

Ellen Winer

September 5, 2017

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Free Art Friday Atlanta (FAFATL), a citywide scavenger hunt where artists produce and hide miniature pieces of free art for the public, is going small-s...

Festival brings art enthusiasts to Piedmont Park

Festival brings art enthusiasts to Piedmont Park

August 24, 2017

On a balmy summer weekend, hundreds of art vendors and enthusiastic Atlantans gathered in Piedmont Park for two days of art and food. Sunshine Artist M...

Atlanta welcomes “Art on the BeltLine”

Atlanta welcomes “Art on the BeltLine”

August 24, 2017

This fall, the Atlanta BeltLine is hosting the city's largest public art exhibition, “Art on the BeltLine.” The annual event kicks off with the Lantern...

Whole Foods “The Roast” draws in new customers

Katie Wood, Author

August 22, 2017

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This past June, Whole Foods, a very popular health grocery store, opened up a new addition- The Roast. The Roast is a “build-it-yourself” bowl restaurant where you can personalize what you’d like to eat. There are many Whole Foods stores scattered throughout the country, but one in particular, the Whole Foods located on Ponce, has made the addition. There is an asse...

Shawn Mendes displays prodigious talent on “Illuminate” Tour

Alex Opsahl

August 12, 2017

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By Alex Opsahl, Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment-Lifestyle Shawn Mendes looked as joyous as his 13,000 screaming fans when he ascended to the Infinite Energy Center stage, acoustic guitar in hand. Mendes’ July 29th performance marked the Atlanta stop on “Illuminate," Mendes’ third headlining tour since he turned 15 three years ago. Charlie Puth opened the...

Exhibit shows American landscape, celebrates culture

The Southerner

June 5, 2017

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The High Museum of Art’s latest exhibit, Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950, which is on display until May 7, focuses on American artwork and its development through the 20th century. The exhibit, which pays homage to the country’s regional subcultures, is divided into sections: The South,The Mid-Atlantic, The Northeast, The Midwest and The...

The show must go on as Alliance closes for renewals

Anya Lomsadze, Managing Editor of News

May 24, 2017

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By Anya Lomsadze The Alliance Theater at the Woodruff Arts Center will draw the curtains for its upcoming 2017-2018 season because of renovations and technical updates. However, the show will go on since the Alliance’s performances during that time will be held at various theaters around Atlanta. “I was surprised that anything was going to change at the theater,”...

Grady Honors Art Society portrays Muslim women

The Southerner

May 24, 2017

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By Ellen Winer   Grady’s National Art Honors Society (NAHS) was recently commissioned by the art department of the upcoming movie  Simon vs. the  Homosapien Agenda to paint portraits of influential Muslim women for the movie set, which was filmed at Grady over  Spring  Break. The idea of painting portraits of  lesser-known influential people came about ...

Grady parent makes his mark on the music world

Grady parent makes his mark on the music world

March 28, 2017

By Cory Dillard Mr. Robert Denton may have a lot to deal with by keeping up with his son in college, and his daughter in high school, but he still ha...

84 years of King Kong culminating in Skull Island

84 years of King Kong culminating in Skull Island

March 24, 2017

Everyone knows the iconic 1933 image of King Kong climbing the Empire State building, but no one expected to see Kong in the company of Samuel L. Jacks...

Alliance Theater memorializes defining Atlanta Civil Rights moment

Anya Lomsadze, Managing Editor of News

March 23, 2017

Filed under Behind the Curtain: Theater Reviews, NEWS

By Anya Lomsadze From Feb. 22 to March 12, the Alliance Theater showcased “The Temple Bombing,” by Melissa Fay Greene, memorializing the bombing of the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Synagogue, which occurred two miles from Grady in 1958. The production of the seldom-spoken story of this defining moment in Atlanta’s Civil Rights Movement marks the synagogue’s 15...

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