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Eyedrum: A legacy in pictures 

Stan Woodard
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September, 2002 — Electric Arts Alliance of Atlanta's performance night in featuring Adam Overton, Andy Ditzler, Robert Cheatham, and others.
Courtesy of Marshall Avett
Circa 1997 — A street view of the Silver Ceiling, pre-Eyedrum. The Silver Ceiling was Marshall Avett and Woody Cornwell's loft apartment located at 249 Trinity Ave. above what would become the original Eyedrum.
Courtesy of Marshall Avett
Circa 1997 — Inside the Silver Ceiling, pre-Eyedrum.
Courtesy of Marshall Avett
Circa 1997 — David Daniel of San Agustin performing at the Silver Ceiling (with Andrew Burnes and Ben Davis who are not pictured here).
Courtesy of Marshall Avett
Circa 1997 — A typical crowd reaction at one of the first concerts at the Silver Ceiling.
Woody Cornwell
Thurs., Aug. 3, 2001 — XBXRX playing the basement at the original Eyedrum at 253 Trinity Ave.
Stan Woodard
2007 — Ronnog (R.I.P.) and Steve Seaberg's Acrobatic Poetry.
Stan Woodard
2002 — Japanese psychedelic rock band Acid Mothers Temple play Eyedrum.
Woody Cornwell
"Brother" - Sean Borja
Woody Cornwell
August 3, 2001 — Music promoter Randy Castello of Tight Bros. Network at the bar in the basement of the orignal Eyedrum at 253 Trinity Ave.
Stan Woodard
Robert Cheatham delivers a monologue at EAAA.
Lauren Gore
Andy Ditzler stares into the trance-inducing light from a recreation of  William S. Burroughs "Dream Machine".
Stan Woodard
Andy Ditzler's Film Love series regularly brought original prints of experimental film to Eyedrum.
Joeff Davis
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December 2010 — The Back Pockets play the second to last show at Eyedrum's 290 MLK location.
Alan Friedman
An artist contributes to the inaugural Living Arts street art conference.
T. Lynne Pixley
June 29, 2008 — Concrete Pandemonium at Eyedrum Gallery
T. Lynne Pixley
March, 2009 — Vagina Jenkins at Big Tease burleque show
Jessica Cargle
January 23, 2010 — Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery held Cahoot With the Root, a benefit for WonderRoot Community Art Center. The second annual fundraiser featured artists of all kinds during the evening of artistic spectacle.
Jessica Cargle
January 23, 2010 — Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery held Cahoot With the Root, a benefit for WonderRoot Community Art Center. The second annual fundraiser featured artists of all kinds during the evening of artistic spectacle.
Shadowboxer Photography
December 30, 2010 — Jared Swilley of the Black Lips playing the final show at Eyedrum's 290 MLK with Deerhunter and Buffalo Buffalo who would later change their name to Lucy Dreams.
Dustin Chambers
2011 — Eyedrum's possibly temporary new Castleberry Hill location, now with electricity!
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Stan Woodard
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September, 2002 — Electric Arts Alliance of Atlanta's performance night in featuring Adam Overton, Andy Ditzler, Robert Cheatham, and others.
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