This Week With ACP (Oct 24th)

Three ACP featured events remain; a spotlight on local talent on Wednesday, celebrating the new book "Inspired Georgia" featuring Georgia photographers and poets; an artist's lecture from Lalla Essaydi at the High Museum of Art on Thursday, and the new, two-day [UNTITLED] Art Book Fair at Atlanta Contemporary on Saturday & Sunday!

Wednesday, celebrate Georgia-based photographers (and poets!) with an artist's reception at Westside Cultural Arts Center.  The new book, "Inspired Georgia," is a dual-anthology of Georgia photography and poetry, and there'll be a poetry reading, plus a one-night exhibition of photos and #acpfest merriment!

Thursday, Morrocan-born photographer Lalla Essaydi will give an artist's talk at the Hill Auditorium at the High Museum of Art. Her work focuses on Arabic female identity, and she hand-paints Arabic calligraphy in henna on the fabric, bodies, and walls that inhabit her images. 

Saturday & Sunday we'll be celebrating the art of the photobook with [UNTITLED] Art Book Fair at Atlanta Contemporary. Nazraeli Press, 21st Editions and TBW will be in attendance along with our favorite local photobook makers, artists and purveyors.  Plus, there will be a keynote artist's talk from Doug DuBois on Saturday!  

This Week's ACP events & #acpfest Participating Venues:

Oct. 26, Wednesday
ACP Spotlight on Local Talent - "Inspired Georgia" artist’s reception & poetry reading, 6:30pm
Sue Williamson artist’s lecture at SCAD, 6:30pm

Oct. 27, Thursday
John Reuter artist’s talk at Hathaway, 6pm
Jeff Rich artist’s reception at SCAD, 6pm
ACP Lecture Series Presents: Lalla Essaydi at High Museum of Art, 7pm

Oct. 29 & 30th, Saturday & Sunday
[UNTITLED] Art Book Fair at Atlanta Contemporary, Sat., 11am-5pm; Sun., noon-4pm

Oct. 29, Saturday
Black Love Matters artist’s talk at Stonecrest Library, 2pm
Arnika Dawkins Selects juror talk at APG, 2pm

Oct. 30, Sunday
Day of the Dead in Oaxaca one-day exhibition at Atlanta History Center
Our Cities, Our Souls closing reception at F64, 7pm

Nov. 4th, Friday
Photo Abstraction opening reception at dk Gallery, 5pm

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