Two Atlanta based African American artists present a collaborative installation of their recent work in Galleries 1 & 2.
Originally from Philadelphia, Phoenix Savage is an anthropologist, writer and artist; presently a graduate student in the Sculpture program at Georgia State University.
Tae Earl Jackson is a seasoned local artist who has exhibited at Hammonds House and with the National Black Arts Festival among others.
Pairing their latest mixed media, assemblage, painting and sculpture highlights similarities and common themes like feminine ethnography and specialized craftsmanship.
Through Saturday October 3rd
Also On This Day:
art regular gallery hours
3:00PM - 8:00PM Price: free
music VieTNam, Silver Hand
9:15PM - - - Price: $5
VieTNam formed at the dawn of the new decade---the 80's, and ushered in a fresh era of music to the Atlanta new wave scene. They wowed patrons of the legendary 688 club, 40 Watt club, and the Agora Ballroom, but unfortunately never released a record---until now.
SILVER HAND is a provocative and energetic co-ed rock group based in Asheville, North Carolina. Heavy, high energy danceable songs, with memorable melodies and soft, textured, atmospheric pieces combine to create an original sound. Influences are Joy Division, Killing Joke, Siouxsie & The Banshees, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, the Swans, Tones On Tail, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, etc.