Artists and creative spirits are invited to submit works to be displayed through the month of February, at the Second Avenue Art Lab in Decatur. We seek art of a political or environmental nature, broadly conceived.
To submit works, email an image, artist statement, and paragraph description of the work or performance to firstname.lastname@example.org. Accepted submissions must be delivered to the Art Lab in Decatur, GA.
Muralists are invited to propose a mural for a 10′ x 20′ brick exterior.
Email us at email@example.com with questions.
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This Wednesday 6-8pm: Potluck and discussion of Green Grief, the often-intense and sometimes-challenging emotional responses to enviro-consciousness, with guest expert Dr. Maria Bermudez. Co-sponsored with the Georgia Climate Change Coalition.
pass Mountain Goat Mountain (Jourdan Joly) on your right and ATL Urban Heat Island (Jane Garver) on your left, and Protect Water (Ursula Roma) as you enter Chris Cassidy’s interactive Tidings of Great Things
Trigger Points/Tipping Points, Aviva Rahmani 2007
So excited about this incredible lineup of Athens poets
Doors open @ 7 — come see the art!
Reading will begin around 8
In conjunction with Climate Change: Conveying Realities, an evening of invited poets, contemplating it all. Featuring Word of Mouth regulars Aralee Strange and Michelle Castleberry, and UGA’s Ed Pavlic.
Friday, March 29
Doors open @ 7
In the Bottleworks, 297 Prince Ave
Enter through the back courtyard
Opening Reception Saturday March 23, 6-9pm
Researchers working on issues related to climate change are invited to submit ONE-SLIDE POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS on your work and findings, for inclusion an art exhibition on Climate Change, to be held in downtown Athens, Georgia, USA. March 23-April 27, 2013 https://2ndaveartlab.wordpress.com/2013/01/24/eco-art-lab/.
All legitimate topics related to climate change research are welcome. We also invite submissions from engineers and prototypes of sustainable, socially equitable technologies. Solar displays are needed. Please email slides and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send us your ideas asap, but our absolute deadline for receiving ppt slides and prototypes is noon on March 15.