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OuterSpace Project Atlanta

Atlanta artist Greg Mike wants you to “explore the creative unknown” with the OuterSpace Project

Sixteen artists from various backgrounds, styles, and cultures have converged in Atlanta this week for the fourth-annual OuterSpace Project, a public art series that aims to “explore the creative unknown” via public mural paintings, creative meet-ups, and the Big Bang Block Party grand finale, which takes place at Terminal West this Saturday.
Flux Night

Atlanta’s best public art party, Flux Night, returns after a two-year hiatus

In 2009, an investment analyst named Louis Corrigan saw the opportunity for temporary public art to galvanize the city’s artists, who had been hit hard by the economic crash. Inspired by Le Flash he fronted $200,000 to launch Flux Projects. It's best known for hosting Flux Night, the one-night-only public art celebration, which returns on September 27 after a two-year hiatus to host its first multinight showing in Grant Park.
Rockspinner leaving Midtown

If you’ve never spun the giant rock in Midtown, go now

Farewell to the Rockspinner, the 22,000-pound rock that sat faithfully at the intersection of 10th and Peachtree streets for three years.

November 2015: Mural Maker

For the past four years, Peter Ferrari has made his living as a full-time artist, which is no mean feat when you consider that his canvas is often the side of a building—not exactly a transportable medium.

Civil rights themed murals installed in the King District

Three giant (as in building-sized) murals were installed in the King Historic District yesterday in the latest Living Walls effort to turn structures into canvasses. One such “canvas” is the former Henry’s Grill at 345 Auburn Avenue, where a small crowd turned out to watch an acclaimed muralist at work.

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