Friday, August 17, 2012

Everything Has Moved!!!!
I've changed the blog title and location. From now on go to the link below for information on exhibitions, opportunities, and other arts information.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

100 Tips to being a better photographer

link here:
http://gizmodo.com/5904107/100-tips-from-a-professional-photographer


Friday, April 13, 2012

This is really weird and kind of freightening


Sizing Up the Curious New William Eggleston Lawsuit: Can a Collector Really Stop Him From Making More Art?

Courtesy Christie's
William Eggleston's "Untitled," 1970
Is it possible to create a new photograph from an old negative? That’s the question at the center of a bitter legal dispute between collector Jonathan Sobel and photographer William Eggleston. On April 4, Sobel filed a complaint against the artist in federal court, alleging that Eggleston diluted the value of Sobel’s collection by printing larger, digital versions of some of his best-known works and then selling them for record prices at Christie’s.

read the rest here:
http://artinfo.com/news/story/797986/sizing-up-the-curious-new-william-eggleston-lawsuit-can-a-collector-really-stop-him-from-making-more-art

Artist Talk and Opening

Atlanta
Contemporary
Art Center

Why are Painters Panting?

Fri, Apr 13, 7–10pm
Sat, Apr 14, 11am–12pm

Painters Panting draws its inspiration from Painters Painting, Emile de Antonio’s 1972 documentary that examines American art movements from Abstract Expressionism to Pop. This exhibition features 7 painters (David Diao, Craig Drennen, Saul Fletcher, Alex Hubbard, Judy Ledgerwood, Chris Martin, Jennifer West) addressing conditions of exhaustion and desire; using aspects of art history, music, Shakespeare, and the decorative; and making photographs, films, and videos that express the joy of studio experiments and collaborations.

Join us for the Exhibition Opening on Fri night, and the Artist Talk with Drennen and Ledgerwood on Sat morning.

Special thanks to CV Fine Art Services and Dick Blick Art Materials.

Connect:


Tickets on sale now!

On View:

We are Closed for Installation until Apr 12.
Opening Fri, Apr 13, 7pm:
Painters Panting

Membership Spotlight:

Our new Patron Artist membership provides a self-organizing peer-to-peer forum focusing on creative access and networking. In addition to our traditional Artist membership benefits, look forward to unique cultural excursions, special social events with peers, enhanced dialogue with artists and guest lecturers at ACAC, plus all the benefits of ModCo. Join or upgrade your membership today!

Special Screening: Art21: Change

Thu, Apr 19, 6:30–8pm, FREE
Join us for a first look at the episode Change from the new season of Art21, featuring artists Ai Weiwei, El Anatsui, and Catherine Opie. This event is part of Art21 Access ’12, a celebration of contemporary art and Art in the Twenty-First Century, Season 6, sponsored by Art21. Discussion to follow.

Free Thursdays proudly sponsored by IntownAPARTMENTS.com by Perennial.

David Diao’s Art Life

Sat, Apr 21, 11am–12pm
David Diao, exhibiting artist in Painters Panting, is also a contributor to our new book, The Art Life: On Creativity and Career. His work brings together a wide range of subjects and sources, including his Chinese-American identity, statistics of painter Barnett Newman’s production and sales history, and modern architecture and design. His recent canvases examine the realities and fantasies of his own career. He discusses art and life with Artistic Director Stuart Horodner.

Thank you Perennial Properties!

You may not be aware that ACAC is one of the few local cultural institutions that has a free day every week. Combine a free day, with extended hours (11am-8pm), and programming and you get Free Thursdays, one of the ways ACAC makes art accessible for all. Free Thursdays are made possible for the third year in a row thanks to a generous donation by Perennial Properties. Thank you Perennial Properties for your commitment to the community.
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Major funding for this organization is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of the Fulton County Arts Council. Major support is provided by the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs. This program is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations from the Georgia General Assembly. GCA is a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. Funding and support for this organization and its programs is provided in part by Anthropologie, Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue, BINDERS, BLDGS, The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, CV Fine Art Services, Digital Scientists, The Forward Arts Foundation, Gables Residential, Grants to Green, Hotel Indigo, Huffines PR, Ivan Allen Workspace, Massey Charitable Trust, Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund, The Sara Giles Moore Foundation, Octane Coffee Bar & Lounge, Perennial Properties, Possible Futures, The Rich Foundation, Rosenthal & Kaplin, P.C., Tim and Lauren Schrager Family Foundation, Scoutmob, Taylor Family Fund, Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Marcia Weber Gardens to Love, The Westin Peachtree Plaza, The Willett Group of Morgan Keegan, and WISH Foundation.
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Friday, April 6, 2012

An interesting review of the Current Whitney Bienniel by the museum guards

LINK HERE:

http://www.vice.com/read/no-fluff-in-their-stuff-whitney-biennial

Here is a Residency opportunity for those graduating

Dear Dr. Thomas,

My name is Leanne Lewis and I am the Art Teacher at Sixes Elementary School in Canton.  I was given your name as the Art Department Chairperson at KSU by my husband, Scott Lewis, who works in the Chemistry Department at the University and I wanted to share an exciting art opportunity with you and your students.

Our school's Art Festival is at the beginning of May and each year we invite an artist to come for the week prior to the festival to be our visiting artist for that week.  We have not selected anyone to be our Artist-In-Residence for this year and need to find someone who is qualified and available beginning April 27th - Thursday May 3rd.  I have outlined the job responsibilities of the Artist-In-Residence and qualifications for the position in the attached document and wanted to see if you wouldn't mind passing this along to anyone that you may know of who would make a good candidate for the position.  I thought this might be good experience for art students or aspiring art teachers, as well as, a nice resume booster and a little extra money to spend on art supplies.   Of course, the position is open to anyone who meets the criteria.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.  Thank you so much for your helping us with our search!

Sincerely,


Leanne M. Lewis
Art Teacher, Sixes Elementary School

contact info:
 leannedotlewis@yahoo.com

Summer Internship

We are trying to fill our summer photo internship as soon as possible.

If you know anybody who would be interested please have them e-mail me.

Students must receive course credit to qualify for the internship.

Please post the attached flyer.

THANKS

--
Joeff Davis
Creative Loafing
Photo Editor
www.CLATL.com
404.614.1253

Follow me on Twitter @Joeffly


PHOTO INTERN WANTED

CREATIVE LOAFING ATLANTA

Is Looking For A

SUMMER Photo Intern

Creative Loafing-Atlanta offers highly competitive internships to active students. The internships offer students an opportunity to gain real-world experience at the Southeast’s leading alternative weekly and Georgia’s second-most widely circulated newspaper.

The best interns are assertive, ambitious and organized. Each candidate should have some professional work experience and must be working toward a degree. Additionally, candidates must be receiving credit for the internship. We require a minimum commitment of 8-12 hours per week.

The photography intern works closely with Photo Editor Joeff Davis. The intern shoots weekly photography assignments that are published in Creative Loafing. The intern also works to organize and compile our image archive, edits photos, and helps prepare images for publication. Experience using Adobe Photoshop and digital photography equipment is required. Personal SLR photo digital equipment and newsroom experience is a plus. Must have a reliable vehicle and be available to shoot assignments on most weekends. The photography internship is for students who are serious about photography and would like to learn how to work in a professional environment. This internship is unpaid.

Date of Photo Internship: May - September (Dates are flexible)
Deadline for Application: POSITION NEEDS TO BE FILLED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED APPLY NOW! 

Apply by sending your resume, cover letter and a portfolio (8-10 low res images at no bigger than 700 pixels wide or a website link to your work) to
Photo Editor, Joeff Davis at Joeff.Davis@Creativeloafing.com and Assistant Photo Editor, Dustin Chambers at Dustin.Chambers@Creativeloafing.com

Or Mail to:
Joeff Davis
Creative Loafing
384 Northyards Blvd. Suite 600
Atlanta, GA 30313

QUESTIONS CALL JOEFF at 404.614.1253