ACP 2011 Events & Exhibitions – Weekend of September 9th

While ACP traditionally starts at the end of September, there are many exhibitions and events that are already underway, plus a whole lot of action happening this weekend! Here are a few weekend tips:
© Marcia Vaitsman

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art is showing 15x15, their 15th Anniversary Acquisitions Exhibition through December 3rd. Marcia Vaitsman's "Study of Strange Things" opens at Solomon Projects on Thursday. And Hagedorn Foundation Gallery's "The New Photograph" goes on view the same day, with a reception later this month.
© Sally Mann, courtesy Jackson Fine Art

Friday evening brings Sally Mann's Proud Flesh to Jackson Fine Art, and ACP Board Member Stephanie Dowda has curated a wide-ranging group show at Emily Amy Gallery called "Echoes of the Sublime" which opens on Friday as well.
© Richard Ediger

The Ediger's " Left of Reality" will be on view in Dahlonega at Montaluce Winery and Le Vigne Restaurant starting this Friday, and The Shot Atlanta has an all-day Open House over on Metropolitan Parkway on Saturday, Sep. 10th.
© Dave Anderson

Jennifer Schwartz Gallery opens with Dave Anderson's photographs of the Lower Ninth Ward (and a book signing) on Saturday evening, while simultaneously launching Outlands: Land Over Time, a group show exploring farms, land, and the built environment.
© Ryan Nabulsi Ryan Nabulsi's exhibition "Photo Secession" at {Poem88} will be on view starting on Saturday, and if you're a photographer in Marietta, get in touch with fellow photographers via Cobb Photo Society.

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