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Friday, December 6, 2013

Weekend Arts Agenda: 'Alchemy 3'

  • Courtesy Beep Beep

Beep Beep's third annual group show, involving a lot of triangles and a lot of sizes and a lot of artists, has returned. Here's what last year's show looked like. The future is pointed. Anything is possible. Includes work by Allen Taylor, Ashley Anderson, EMER, Mike Germon, Metatronic, Rachel Berstein, and many, many others. Opens at 7 p.m.


  • Courtesy the artists/Image credit: Jonathan Bouknight

Local artists Erik Thurmond and Mary Grace Phillips will perform two duets entitled Two , for the first time, at Druid Hills Baptist Church at 8 p.m.. Officially, the performance explores "the strands of relationship that intersect innocent simplicity and games with the intimate complications of the space between." Also on Saturday.



Brian Bannon and Bill Taft have presented monthly events in the Krog Street Tunnel since January of last year, as a way of celebrating its first century as an underpass. But its Inman Park end is marked with a 2013, extending the celebration. That ends this month at Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery. La fin d'un siècle de Krog (The End of a Century of Krog). Opening/closing performances will include readings, live music and silent film; while the exhibit itself includes commemorations of each month over the last two years, "original collage," photography, video and more. Opens at 7 p.m., with the performances at 8 p.m. Closes on the 13th.


Jason Kofke, Everything Will Be OK, 2001, etching, 22x16 in.

The Atlanta Printmakers Studio will host its holiday open house from 3-7 p.m, including etchings, relief prints, screenprints, handmade cards, books, and more. Also featuring a 2013 souvenir print by Suzanne Sawyer and collector's print by HENSE. (Remeber HENSE?)

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