Show & Tell is an opportunity for artists to meet and present work to members of the Eyedrum Art Committee. This event is considered an alternative to submitting a formal proposal for a show, and artists who participate will be considered for future art exhibits at Eyedrum. Many artists who have attended previous Show & Tells were awarded solo shows in our Small gallery. Others are being considered for group exhibits.
Simply bring your work, some images for us to keep, and a document containing your name, contact info, and a brief description of your work. Tell us about it. We'll listen.
Eyedrum is located at 290 MLK, Jr. Drive SW /Ste 8-8A/ Atlanta 30312
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music Frequent Small Meals festival part 2
8:00PM - - - Price: $7 [electric night]
two nights of music, film and creativity
presented by Andy Ditzler for Frequent Small Meals
Evening #2 includes the 51st Film Love event, music by Daniel Clay and Nat Slaughter, and a set by Andy Ditzler with his band
Daniel Clay and Nat Slaughter's Collaborative Topologies These two Atlanta musicians and sound artists have embarked on a duo project, creating soundscapes using only field recordings made during their travels and their time in Atlanta. This duo project, called "Collaborative Topologies," is the latest manifestation of the long-running Public and Private artist collective.
Film Love #51 a selection of films on childhood and memory, curated by Andy Ditzler
Martin Arnold, passage a l'acte (1993)
From the maker of the classic Pièce Touchee, another labor-intensive, subversive, frame-by-frame deconstruction of Hollywood. This time, Arnold takes a family dinner scene from the film To Kill a Mockingbird, and creates stuttering loops of sound and image to reveal the meanings behind tiny movements and small gestures.
Matthias Müller, Alpsee (1994)
Müller's sumptuously colorful, Kenneth Anger-influenced film is a mysterious and memorable autobiographical glimpse of boyhood. "I could not take my eyes off the mellow colors of this film." - Christian Cargnelli
Andy Ditzler and Blake Williams, Dining Room (2006)
Dining Room was shot in one take within a single room and features a real-time monologue improvised during the shooting by Andy Ditzler. Alternately directing the camera movements and addressing the audience, Ditzler tells stories of the “pictures” taken during his life.
Andy Ditzler and band Andy Ditzler's songs are intricate musical mosaics: 21st-century pop songs with an overlay of jazz, samba, rock, and electronica. Holding it all together at the core are Ditzler’s piano, voice, melodies and lyrics.