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Atlanta artist Tristan al-Haddad makes a statement on healthy cities at MODA

“Creator extraordinaire—with an exclamation point!” That’s how artist Tristan al-Haddad describes himself. His most recent work for the Museum of Design Atlanta is “Metro-Poly,” part of the larger “Design for Healthy Living” exhibit.

9 must-see Atlanta home and garden events in June

From butterflies and hydrangeas to quilts and crafts, find summer fun at these 9 metro Atlanta events

Fashion film Versailles ‘73 screening tonight at MODA

If you catch one fashion event this week—frankly, this month—let it be tonight’s screening of Versailles ‘73: American Runway Revolution at MODA. The film, which details a historic fashion face-off between American and Parisian fashion designers, premiered at Cannes in 2012, but tonight’s showing is special.

MODA celebrates 50 years of the Ebony Fashion Fair

The Ebony Fashion Fair first came to Atlanta in the early 1960s, sponsored in part by the local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority. It was a Sunday-best kind of event, the biggest to-do of the year for some. This month MODA will host an exhibition by the Chicago History Museum, Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion, with forty of these ensembles by designers like Missoni and Givenchy, plus films and other objects.

MODA celebrates Atlanta’s best iconography of the last 25 years

Good design is something we often take for granted. Do you remember just how cool it was when they announced plans for Centennial Olympic Park—and the Fountain of Rings? Or the first time you saw the 1996 logo, with its flame of stars?

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