Interview with Matt Arnett of Atlanta’s Grocery on Home: An Intimate Space That Seamlessly Blends Music, Art, and Lifestyle
In partnership with Atlanta-based online magazine BURNAWAY, Lilly Lampe interviews Grocery on Home founder Matt Arnett about the unique domestic space's performance series.
Maggie Ginestra and Aubrey Longley Cook convene a conversation around Atlanta's 'art-drag' community covering Lacan, drag-as-activism, and performance cultures in the city.
As a window into how artists are working and thinking in Atlanta right now, these dialogues are excerpts from three recently recorded conversations between a Walthall Artist Fellow and his or her Artist Mentor.
Matthew Rosenfeld addresses the complex questions surrounding the Living Walls controversy in Atlanta in which a number of commissioned murals received community backlash and have subsequently been painted over.
Sage Dawson spoke with Stephanie Smith, founder of the Altanta Printmakers Studio, about the group's origins and projects, including the annual Print Big! event that uses a steamroller to print large woodcuts.
We spoke with MINT founder and new owner of Young Blood Boutique, Erica Jamison, about recently announced plans for the two Atlanta galleries.
The Object Group is an Atlanta-based ensemble devising interactive performance installations starting from resonant objects manipulated in space.
Rachel Reese talks with the organizers of Dashboard Coop, an Atlanta-based project putting up vibrant and raw exhibitions in derelict spaces.