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All art events for the month of March:

Nick Madden's Artist Talk March 6, 2015
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  suggested donations
Nick Madden Artist Talk
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Sunday Afternoon Life Drawing March 8, 2015
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Price:  Suggested Donation $3-10
We all become better artists when we draw from life together.


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eyedrum holds Sunday Afternoon Life Drawing sessions at our new home at 88 Forsyth St., SW, on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.

eyedrum art & music gallery / 88 Forsyth St. SW / Atlanta, Georgia 30303 | Suggested donation of $3-10.

As always, we try to accommodate attendees preference in terms of kinds of poses and times after a brief set of warm up poses.

88 Forsyth St. SW is a few blocks west of our previous location in the C4 (225) suite of the M. Rich Building The new building, directly across from the historic MLK Jr. Government post office building and behind the LAZ parking deck, is Eyedrum's home. When searching for the location, please be sure to include the "SW" in the address. Parking on the street is free on Sundays. Best bet is to parallel park along Mitchell St. DO NOT PARK in the corner lot across forsyth st from the alligator mural. street parallel parking is plentiful. :)

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Marlee Mincher Opening "It's perfectly okay" March 20, 2015
5:00PM - - -

Marlee Mincher is an Atlanta-based ceramicist and multi-media artist. She is currently an artist in residence at Mudfire in Decatur. She previously studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and worked at Harvard University, the SMFA and Roswell Arts Center West. Her work deals with themes of memory and forgetting, impracticality, and impermanence.
It's perfectly okay to want to kill someone. is a full-scale mixed-media installation of a section of Mincher’s childhood home. It is constructed from memory, without the aid of photographs or floorplans. The structure of the space is made from sliced, layered cardboard boxes and craft paper. These elements double as a sign of impermanence and as illogical construction material. The sturdiness of the construction and its clear intention confound their expected use.

Sunday Afternoon Life Drawing March 22, 2015
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Price:  Suggested Donation $3-10
We all become better artists when we draw from life together.


|}|} Sunday
|}|} Afternoon
|}|} Life
|}|} Drawing
|}|} @ eyedrum

eyedrum holds Sunday Afternoon Life Drawing sessions at our new home at 88 Forsyth St., SW, on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.

eyedrum art & music gallery / 88 Forsyth St. SW / Atlanta, Georgia 30303 | Suggested donation of $3-10.

As always, we try to accommodate attendees preference in terms of kinds of poses and times after a brief set of warm up poses.

88 Forsyth St. SW is a few blocks west of our previous location in the C4 (225) suite of the M. Rich Building The new building, directly across from the historic MLK Jr. Government post office building and behind the LAZ parking deck, is Eyedrum's home. When searching for the location, please be sure to include the "SW" in the address. Parking on the street is free on Sundays. Best bet is to parallel park along Mitchell St. DO NOT PARK in the corner lot across forsyth st from the alligator mural. street parallel parking is plentiful. :)

Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1449735951927947
FB Search: "Sunday Afternoon Life Drawing @ eyedrum – 88 Forsyth St. SW"

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