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EuGene V. Boyd III

Q&A: EuGene V. Byrd III’s Self Liberated Fine Art Exhibition was created in the spirit of Juneteenth

We chatted with Atlanta curator and artist EuGene V. Byrd III to learn more about his new exhibition, Self Liberated, which was created in the spirit of Juneteenth.
Don Coen: The Migrant Series

At the Booth Museum, Don Coen’s portraits humanize an often invisible population

At 10 by 7 feet, the sheer size of Don Coen’s portraits is enough to draw attention, but it’s his subjects—migrant farm laborers—that really stand out.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Art Supply Store: Binders

The spacious Ponce City Market location houses an extensive selection of arty inventory, but the streamlined layout makes it easy to navigate.
High Museum of Art

High Museum’s new director seeks to bridge the gap between old Atlanta money and new Atlanta art

In July, the museum announced it had hired Rand Suffolk—the 47-year-old president of the Philbrook Museum of Art, a Tulsa institution housed inside a stunning 1920s villa and surrounded by 23 acres of gardens.
Leisa Rich

Experimental artist Leisa Rich expresses her creativity using fabrics, found objects, and eco-plastics

The Atlanta artist talks about working with fiber, her upcoming Invisible:VisAble exhibit at the Abernathy Arts Center, and the children's book she wrote and illustrated.

WonderRoot proves CSAs aren’t just for vegetables anymore

For now, WonderRoot is headquartered in a charmingly shabby bungalow on a gritty stretch of Memorial Drive. But never mind the urban setting; this ten-year-old community arts organization has taken a cue from farmers. Subscribers to community-supported agriculture (or CSA) programs pay growers a fee at the start of the season in exchange for baskets of locally harvested bounty. Four seasons ago, WonderRoot launched its own CSA—“community-supported art.”

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