Creative Loafing's annual Short Cuts FIlm Contest returns this year at the Plaza Theatre. On Monday, March 4 at 7:30, we'll screen the finalists in our five-minute film contest. Our good friends Stella Artois will be there with libations while the winners will get $250 and the chance to screen at the Atlanta Film Festival. More details here.
What's happening over the weekend? Check the answers after the jump.
Tonight from 7:30 to 10 p.m., Twin Kittens will host the opening reception for Ashlynn Browning's new exhibition. Permission granted to fall in love with Browning's boldly geometric paintings - works will be priced for sale.
Tonight from 8 to 9:30 p.m., The Contemporary will screen two structuralist films - Michael Snow's Wavelength (1967) and Ernie Gehr's Serene Velocity (1970). As is quarterly tradition, Andy Ditzler will host the screening and offer commentary.
New Freedom: A Visual Study of Women in Early African American History, a body of work by Atlanta's own Charmaine Minniefield, opens today at the Auburn Avenue Research Library. In time for Women's History Month, the exhibition focuses on "female strength from post-emancipation to after the turn of the century." The exhibition will run through April 28.
Reception-hop Saturday night between Get This! and Kibbee galleries. Reverie, a joint show between Erin Palovick and Julianne Trew, opens at Kibbee from 6 to 10 p.m. Contrast these otherworldly "new works of abstractions" with "flashes of something bright" at Get This!, where Andy Moon Wilson's third solo show 10 x 10 opens with a reception from 7 to 10 p.m.
Kim Anno's Grand Tour exhibition closes at Marcia Wood Gallery Saturday.
Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial closes Sunday at the High, after a vibrant four-month run.
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