Lauri Stalling's gloATL dance troupe will be performing twice this weekend at the intersection of Highland Avenue and Glen Iris Drive in front of Sol LeWitt's 54 Columns on Friday and Saturday night. More details and art after the jump.
Project 7 performs EquiLIFTrium at Balzer Theater Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m.
Also, this Friday, Scoutmob and Living Walls are teaming up to throw Moonlight Rendezvous Prom at The Arts Exchange. This isn't your ordinary high school prom either, with DJ sets from Chris Daresta, Phillip Frobos and DJ Dookie Platters, a drag prom queen and king show, and Terrapin beer; Living Walls' prom night certainly beats dancing with the pizza-faced metal mouth you went to high school prom with.
Nathan Sharratt, with the help of Dashboard Co-Op and the Fulton County Arts and Culture Department, has taken over an abandoned house at 30 Ormond Street and created a multi-room installation piece. Hear him talk about his artistic process this Sat. at 1 p.m.
Flux Projects is holding a street party fundraiser at the Elliot Street Pub from 8 p.m. to midnight this Saturday. Emily Kempf is curating the performance art, projections, and dance for the evening. All proceeds go right back to Flux, so don't feel bad about the $15 entry fee.
The Auburn Avenue Research Library is hosting a photographic show titled Grits, Greens and Griots. This exhibition is a collaboration between author and educator Julie Rainbow and photographer Connie Cross, the opening is Sunday at 3 p.m.
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