Professor Jill Frank and Atlanta-based artist Stephanie Dowda co-curetted the exhibit “Shadow Puppets: Traces of New Documentary Practices.” The exhibit, questioning the objectivity and context of lens-based mediums, challenges popular views of photography and video. […]
Nationwide, there were special events taking place as people, both young and old, remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his relentless efforts to achieve racial equality. Tonya Cook is the Program Specialist for Intercultural […]
During the school day Georgia State’s campus can feel like a mad house. Crowds of people in the hallways, lines for elevators and loud music blaring from speakers in the courtyard, but when the hustle […]
Atlanta Ballet’s 83rd season will again include the classic production “The Nutcracker.” The Company’s 53rd production of this holiday favorite will show Dec. 7-26 at the Fox Theatre with discounted tickets offered to students. If […]
The Georgia State University’s new Media Industries Working Group composed an expert panel of personnel involved in the media industry to discuss Atlanta’s emerging role as a media capital. The emergence of the film industry […]
The lower end of Woodruff Park had a different feel to it Thursday, Nov. 8 as Bella René, a plus-sized fashion label, held a Pop-Up Fashion Show to promote her new denim line.
The World Wide Arts Federation (WWAF) presented “The Election of the First President,” at The Goat Farm Arts Center on Oct. 17. The Art Battle Series featured renown visual artists Fabian Williams and Fahamou Pecou. […]