PHOENIX FLIES SATURDAYS
March 11 and 18
1-5 pm / Guided Tour 3pm
Atlanta’s historic built environment of buildings, landscapes and neighborhoods is an integral part of the City’s culture and economy. The Phoenix Flies Celebration produced by the Atlanta Preservation Center, provides an opportunity to learn about and celebrate our assets to the benefit of all.
On March 11 and 18 complimentary admission was offered in Historic West End through the venues of Hammonds House Museum and the Wren's Nest House Museum.
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Perceptions of Otherness: Katrina Andry
Opening Reception and Artist Talk
Sunday, March 19, 2-5pm. Artist Talk 3pm
Katrina Andry creates large scale, color reduction color woodcut reduction prints looking at the historical aspect of stereotypes perpetuated against black people; how they came to be, what they are based on, and in what ways they are harmful to African Americans. She depicts white males, seen as figures of authority, in black face acting out what people generally perceive to be stereotypes of black culture. This masquerade suspends reality and denotes the importance of perception and offers the lens through which Western culture perceives the Other.
PUBLISHING 101: 10 Things YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU SELF-PUBLISH
Workshop conducted by Michelle Gipson, publisher of Written Magazine and founder of Wine and Words.
Thursday, March 30 / 6:30 – 8:30pm
Produced by popular demand from previous workshops, publisher Michelle Gipson will share knowledge gained in over 15 years of publishing experience. She will offer tips, share points through interactive discussion, and handout materials to help make your publishing endeavor successful.
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