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Last Day for Urban Front's Call for Artists March 15, 2013
5:00PM - - -

Call For Artists|Designers|Architects


Eyedrum has partnered with the American Institute of Architects Atlanta to jury and present this event.

URBANfronts encourages design conversations in a public forum utilizing empty retail space to display stimulating art and design for an otherwise abandoned or empty space. It provides an expression of AIA ATL's commitment to public education and awareness by offering an exhibition platform to display the works of local designers. URBANfronts is focused on producing collaboration and creative partnerships with other Art & Design groups and fostering youthful talent through design students and enthusiasts both exhibiting and attending the event.


http://www.aiaatl.org/urbanfronts/

Examples of possible Design Interventions: Works in Art, Architecture, Dance, Fashion, Furniture, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Music and Design Presentations/ Discussions.



Each selected Storefront and Installation designer will be featured on the URBANfronts website and exhibition booklet, and will have the prestige of their work being featured as part of the premier AIA URBANfronts exhibit.



URBANfront Gallery Submissions are invited for the following:


♦ Storefront Installations - Work to be viewed from exterior only
Storefront Installations will offer the designer a temporary storefront space to display existing pieces of artwork ro to design a site specific installation
♦ Still or Interactive Installations which can be accommodated in a 10'-0" x 10'-0".
Work will be exhibited within the main event space open to the public for walk through.
♦ Dance Submissions invited for dance proposals for the Opening Reception.

More information on property locations will be provided in the near future!



Submission Guidelines
Deadline for all applications is Friday, March 15, 2013.

Selected artists will be notified by Friday, March 22, 2013.

Artists to install the installations between April 01 -- 06, 2013 in coordination with properties.

Further Details http://www.aiaatl.org/urbanfronts/

Invent Room Pop 23 March 15, 2013
9:00PM - - -
Price:  FREE


This is the 23th installment of Invent Room Pop. Six musicians are invited to play in duos and trios determined at random, with names drawn out of a hat. Featuring projections by Paige Adair.

Nisa Asokan (sampler)
Dave Matysiak (guitar)
Justin Waters (electronics)
Jared Orr (guitar)
Caleb Herron (percussion)
Paige Adair (electronics)

Writers Exchange March 19, 2013
8:00PM - 11:00PM
Price:  free
This event occurs in the Warhorse Cafe at The Goat Farm Arts Center, 1200 Foster Street, Atlanta 30318. From Howell Mill Road, take Huff Road west (away from downtown Atlanta), then take the first left, which is Foster Street. Entrances to the Goat Farm are on the right, after the driveway for the Howard School.

Come share your literary output aloud for 10 minutes and get feedback for 5 minutes. Lost? Call 678-642-0612 or 404-578-4430.

The Amazing AcroCats! March 22, 2013
7:00PM - - -
Price:  15
Advance tickets available at www.circuscats.com, Criminal Records and Whole Foods!

The Amazing Acro-Cats will perform their remarkable feats of agility (remarkable because they’re …you know…house cats). They will be pushing carts, riding skateboards, rolling barrels, ringing bells, turning on lights, walking tight ropes, jumping through hoops, and much more!

The all rescue house cat band“ The Rock-Cats” have grown in size, style and diversity! Two band members have been added! In addition to Annie on guitar, Dakota on drums and Nue on keyboards, Sookie on chimes, and Gregory Peck (who happens to be a chicken) can really peck a tambourine. Band manager, Tuna, decided that every song needs more cowbell so instead of just a jazz ensemble these cats are now into Latin grooves and have an island rhythm section!

Come on out to see our new tour bus! Big thanks to all the people who donated to our recently successful kickstarter campaign to make the fabulous new “Kitty City on wheels” come true.

Under the careful direction of Master Trainer Samantha Martin, the “greatest show in cat history” (as Tuna references it) offers a unique blend of spectacle, entertainment and public awareness. As a pioneering feline behavioral expert and whisperer, Martin has devoted her life to animal welfare and public education helping people better understand their animal counterparts.

Samantha has personally fostered and found homes for over 105 kittens in the last 4 years! These kittens sometimes travel with the Amazing Acro-Cats and are a part of the show as they wait for their ‘fur-ever’ home.

In the lovely Paul Robeson Theatre at The Arts Exchange 750 Kalb St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312




The Amazing Acro Cats! March 23, 2013
4:00PM - - -
Price:  15
Advance tickets available at www.circuscats.com, Criminal Records and Whole Foods!

The Amazing Acro-Cats will perform their remarkable feats of agility (remarkable because they’re …you know…house cats). They will be pushing carts, riding skateboards, rolling barrels, ringing bells, turning on lights, walking tight ropes, jumping through hoops, and much more!

The all rescue house cat band“ The Rock-Cats” have grown in size, style and diversity! Two band members have been added! In addition to Annie on guitar, Dakota on drums and Nue on keyboards, Sookie on chimes, and Gregory Peck (who happens to be a chicken) can really peck a tambourine. Band manager, Tuna, decided that every song needs more cowbell so instead of just a jazz ensemble these cats are now into Latin grooves and have an island rhythm section!

Come on out to see our new tour bus! Big thanks to all the people who donated to our recently successful kickstarter campaign to make the fabulous new “Kitty City on wheels” come true.

Under the careful direction of Master Trainer Samantha Martin, the “greatest show in cat history” (as Tuna references it) offers a unique blend of spectacle, entertainment and public awareness. As a pioneering feline behavioral expert and whisperer, Martin has devoted her life to animal welfare and public education helping people better understand their animal counterparts.

Samantha has personally fostered and found homes for over 105 kittens in the last 4 years! These kittens sometimes travel with the Amazing Acro-Cats and are a part of the show as they wait for their ‘fur-ever’ home.

In the lovely Paul Robeson Theatre at The Arts Exchange 750 Kalb St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312




The Amazing Acro Cats! March 23, 2013
7:00PM - - -
Price:  15
Advance tickets available at www.circuscats.com, Criminal Records and Whole Foods!

The Amazing Acro-Cats will perform their remarkable feats of agility (remarkable because they’re …you know…house cats). They will be pushing carts, riding skateboards, rolling barrels, ringing bells, turning on lights, walking tight ropes, jumping through hoops, and much more!

The all rescue house cat band“ The Rock-Cats” have grown in size, style and diversity! Two band members have been added! In addition to Annie on guitar, Dakota on drums and Nue on keyboards, Sookie on chimes, and Gregory Peck (who happens to be a chicken) can really peck a tambourine. Band manager, Tuna, decided that every song needs more cowbell so instead of just a jazz ensemble these cats are now into Latin grooves and have an island rhythm section!

Come on out to see our new tour bus! Big thanks to all the people who donated to our recently successful kickstarter campaign to make the fabulous new “Kitty City on wheels” come true.

Under the careful direction of Master Trainer Samantha Martin, the “greatest show in cat history” (as Tuna references it) offers a unique blend of spectacle, entertainment and public awareness. As a pioneering feline behavioral expert and whisperer, Martin has devoted her life to animal welfare and public education helping people better understand their animal counterparts.

Samantha has personally fostered and found homes for over 105 kittens in the last 4 years! These kittens sometimes travel with the Amazing Acro-Cats and are a part of the show as they wait for their ‘fur-ever’ home.

In the lovely Paul Robeson Theatre at The Arts Exchange 750 Kalb St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312




The Amazing Acro Cats! March 24, 2013
1:00PM - - -
Price:  15
Advance tickets available at www.circuscats.com, Criminal Records and Whole Foods!

The Amazing Acro-Cats will perform their remarkable feats of agility (remarkable because they’re …you know…house cats). They will be pushing carts, riding skateboards, rolling barrels, ringing bells, turning on lights, walking tight ropes, jumping through hoops, and much more!

The all rescue house cat band“ The Rock-Cats” have grown in size, style and diversity! Two band members have been added! In addition to Annie on guitar, Dakota on drums and Nue on keyboards, Sookie on chimes, and Gregory Peck (who happens to be a chicken) can really peck a tambourine. Band manager, Tuna, decided that every song needs more cowbell so instead of just a jazz ensemble these cats are now into Latin grooves and have an island rhythm section!

Come on out to see our new tour bus! Big thanks to all the people who donated to our recently successful kickstarter campaign to make the fabulous new “Kitty City on wheels” come true.

Under the careful direction of Master Trainer Samantha Martin, the “greatest show in cat history” (as Tuna references it) offers a unique blend of spectacle, entertainment and public awareness. As a pioneering feline behavioral expert and whisperer, Martin has devoted her life to animal welfare and public education helping people better understand their animal counterparts.

Samantha has personally fostered and found homes for over 105 kittens in the last 4 years! These kittens sometimes travel with the Amazing Acro-Cats and are a part of the show as they wait for their ‘fur-ever’ home.

In the lovely Paul Robeson Theatre at The Arts Exchange 750 Kalb St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312




The Amazing Acro Cats! March 24, 2013
4:00PM - - -
Price:  15
Advance tickets available at www.circuscats.com, Criminal Records and Whole Foods!

The Amazing Acro-Cats will perform their remarkable feats of agility (remarkable because they’re …you know…house cats). They will be pushing carts, riding skateboards, rolling barrels, ringing bells, turning on lights, walking tight ropes, jumping through hoops, and much more!

The all rescue house cat band“ The Rock-Cats” have grown in size, style and diversity! Two band members have been added! In addition to Annie on guitar, Dakota on drums and Nue on keyboards, Sookie on chimes, and Gregory Peck (who happens to be a chicken) can really peck a tambourine. Band manager, Tuna, decided that every song needs more cowbell so instead of just a jazz ensemble these cats are now into Latin grooves and have an island rhythm section!

Come on out to see our new tour bus! Big thanks to all the people who donated to our recently successful kickstarter campaign to make the fabulous new “Kitty City on wheels” come true.

Under the careful direction of Master Trainer Samantha Martin, the “greatest show in cat history” (as Tuna references it) offers a unique blend of spectacle, entertainment and public awareness. As a pioneering feline behavioral expert and whisperer, Martin has devoted her life to animal welfare and public education helping people better understand their animal counterparts.

Samantha has personally fostered and found homes for over 105 kittens in the last 4 years! These kittens sometimes travel with the Amazing Acro-Cats and are a part of the show as they wait for their ‘fur-ever’ home.

In the lovely Paul Robeson Theatre at The Arts Exchange 750 Kalb St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312




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