Friday, March 15, 2013

Weekend Arts Agenda: The Sketchbook Project Library Hours

Posted By on Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 9:56 AM


The Sketchbook Project will hold library hours all weekend at The Goat Farm Arts Center, starting today at 4 p.m. The crowdsourced art project (participants receive a sketchbook, fill it up, and mail it back to the headquarters in Brooklyn) leaves Sunday, and will continue its tour in Toronto this summer.

More after the jump.


Tonight kicks off a nine-night run of PushPush Theater & Film's SeeThrough, hosted in Castleberry Hill by Erikson Clock, from the makers of The Goat Farm Arts Center. PushPush bills the project as "celebration, arcade, hunt, therapy, reality show, playroom, labyrinth, dance ... a party within a story, illuminated by eight teams of eclectic visual artists." SeeThrough will run through March 30.


Nice to Meet You, by Tony Labat and Tad Savinar

Saturday is the last day to view two exhibitions at The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (ACAC) : The Dark Pavement, an installation of Alix Pearlstein's work in video and performance, commissioned by the ACAC, and Nice to Meet You, work by Tony Labat and Tad Savinar in video, performance, drawing, sculpture, and printmaking.


Grand Fugue on the Art of Gumbo

On Sunday, Contraband Cinema will host the Atlanta premiere of Grand Fugue on the Art of Gumbo, a short documentary employing radio broadcasts from Gulf Coast native Eugene Walter and the ingredients for a pot of gumbo to illuminate "the baroque complexity of the South." The Plaza Theatre will host the premiere at 11:45 a.m. as part of the Atlanta Film Festival's opening weekend.

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