In the press release, Detweiler noted the role that MINT played in his own development as an artist. "I began my relationship with MINT as an intern while I was still in school and I am immensely grateful for the learning opportunities that my internship afforded me. Mike Germon has left some big shoes for me to fill; however, in its new location, I believe that MINT has the opportunity to become a hub of activity and discussion in the Atlanta arts community. With the exciting lineup of exhibitions and expanded in-gallery programming that we have planned, I feel that MINT will become just that."
Aside from his duties with MINT, Detweiler has an upcoming engagement with Dashboard Co-Op. From June 28 through July 20, Detweiler and performing artist Ben Coleman will live inside of an undisclosed location for three weeks for an artistic lock-in. On July 21, the doors will be opened to the public and, presumably, Detweiler will return to his newfound duties with MINT Gallery.
Mo gibs muh 'dat.
One step forward, two steps back.
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