January 25 through February 12, 2006
Atlanta Magazine included ATLart as one of 12 Atlanta arts events not to be missed in “Hot Tix” – Sept. 2005.
Promoting Visual Arts in Atlanta
Featured Highlights Include:
event and lecture series, ARThouse. Wednesday, January 25.
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art: Thursday, January 26 – "Amalia Amaki: Boxes, Buttons and the Blues"
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia – MOCA GA: Friday, January 27 "Parallel Worlds: New Work by Rocio Rodriguez"
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center: Friday, January 27 "The Paper Sculpture Show + Evidence: Paper Works"
Atlanta Celebrates Photography – Wednesday, February 1 Collectors Series Lecture - Anne Wilkes Tucker, the Curator of Photography at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, a 2001 edition devoted to "America's Best," TIME magazine honored her as "Americas Best Curator."
Citywide Gallery Openings: Friday, February 3 - Sunday, February 5 What was once a one-evening event has become three days of gallery openings throughout the city. AGA members realized that people needed more time to get to all 33 of the galleries, Visit www.atlart.com for specific gallery hours.
Art Start – Children's Day in the Galleries: Saturday, February 11 Participating AGA galleries open their doors welcoming families back to attend this popular event. Each gallery involved in Art Start will offer a children’s art/craft project as AGA works to bring the arts to everyone and make art lovers out of Atlanta’s youth. For a full listing, click here.
Closing Event - Art Papers Art Auction Saturday, February 11, 7:00-10:00pm. The final event of ATLart, this annual silent art auction features premier and emerging contemporary artists from across the United States.
ATLart takes place in Museums, Galleries and Alternative Art Spaces throughout Atlanta.
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