By Crysta JonesTuesday February 20, 2018 05:00 am EST
Photographic poetry comes to life at the Hood Alchemy Exhibition.
The exhibition revolves around the philosophical and metaphysical practice of alchemy as seen through the lens of “the hood” or Black experience.AD “Kaya” Clark
Curators AD “Kaya” Clark and Ralph “rEN” Dillard present an original artistic perspective at South Fulton Arts Center’s latest showing, Hood Alchemy. The exhibition revolves around the philosophical and metaphysical practice of alchemy as seen through the lens of “the hood” or Black experience. It illustrates African-American practices such as graffiti, jazz, and hip-hop through photographic poetry. The show will feature 15 to 20 different Atlanta photographers. The opening reception will occur on Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. at the South Fulton Arts Center. Revel in the sights of unique concepts by local photographers in a highly distinctive presentation.
Free. Sat., Feb. 24-Sat., Apr. 21. 1-6 p.m. South Fulton Arts Center, 4645 Butner Road College Park, Ga. 30349. 404-612-3087. www/fultonarts.org.
A timeless classic packed full of love and teen angst, just in time for V-Day
Thursday February 1, 2018 09:47 am EST
Bring a sweetheart, friend, or someone in-between to see Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse as they celebrate their 18th-anniversary production of the illustrious tragedy. Enjoy a lively performance with cafe-styled, tavern-inspired meals. This production is directed by actor and education artist Mary Ruth Ralston of the Atlanta Shakespeare Company, and stars Sean Kelley and...