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May market minis: Oka-B’s new designs, Earl Pardon’s jewelry at the High Museum, and more

Local shoe company Oka-B has launches new designs; Earl Pardon’s jewelry, on display now at the High, makes for a great Mother's Day trip; House Account lets you shop Atlanta boutiques; the Atlanta Artist Collective provides an online gallery of affordable artwork by locals.

3 Atlanta architectural gems hidden in plain sight

We enlisted architect Mark Levine, AIA, of the architectural and engineering firm Pond & Company to select three spectacular spaces we sometimes overlook.

High Museum partners with MoMA to bring Janet Cardiff’s Forty Part Motet

Coming to the High Museum of Art through a partnership with the Museum of Modern Art in New York, artist Janet Cardiff’s installation The Forty Part Motet explores the experience of sound.

High Museum brings antique conceptual cars to Atlanta

For its “Dream Cars” exhibition, which runs May 21 through September 7, the High Museum of Art becomes a showroom for seventeen concept cars built by Ferrari, GM, and Porsche. The fleet represents auto design ambition from the 1930s through the twenty-first century.

Artist of the Year: HENSE

Alex Brewer, the artist better known by his tag HENSE, had a breakout year. But he’s certainly no breakout artist, having long straddled the worlds of illicit street graffiti and commissioned public art.

What are you doing this weekend? November 15 – 17

We’ve got a few suggestions for things to do to remind yourself that the city really is a great place to be—no matter what our home team thinks.

Bolo ties, hay bales, and Ted Turner

The High Museum Go West! exhibition traces the history of Western expansion with works from 1830 to 1930, in sections focusing on explorers, Native American objects and art, landscapes by Hudson River School artists like Thomas Moran, the significance of the buffalo, the romanticizing of cowboys and Indians alike, sportsmen, conservation, and the reservation era.

Vermeer’s masterwork hangs out at the High

On her current world tour, she travels incognito, with only her closest handlers aware of her true identity. In Japan last year, she attracted more than a million fans. In San Francisco this spring, she demanded strategically placed soft lighting befitting an icon of a certain age.

Jazz bassist Will Goble’s High Museum homecoming

In the Jazz Times review of his debut album, bassist Will Goble’s original ballad, “Blessed Unrest” is compared to classic collaborations by Stan Getz, Chet Baker and Bill Evans. Late Thursday night, Goble, 29, was attempting to articulate the compliment over the phone when his voice suddenly trails off.

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