I enjoy doing these. See "Part 2 - 2013 in N-tychs - People, Dance, Art, Houses, Cats, Turkey"
The very first pickup of the very first season of WonderRoot CSA (Community Supported Art) featured art by Jessica Caldas, Nick Madden and Wret Rausaw, at Octane Grant Park. Terrific event.
Liane Birnberg, at the Visual Arts Gallery Arts at Emory show "No Translation Required/Keine Ubersetzung Benotigt." One of her works, a quiet abstract on crumpled paper, really got me, still gets me. I can't tell you why.
I've been going to Creative Mornings I'm not an early riser so this is a character. They start with an amusing activity in this case a money-booth . Blake Howard (with the microphone) leads Creative Mornings Atlanta.
This is Jonathan LaCrosse. He's an historian, a collector, and an architect at D.Stanley Dixon. He gave the Shutze Lecture in the Little Chapel to kick off the 2013 Phillip Trammel Shutze Awards. Dear readers you know this is a trifecta of architectural goodness.
gloATL rehearsal at the Goat Farm's Goodson Yard.
I went back to see the Temple of God Church in Blandtown but it was gone.
They removed the last "City Hall East" sign from Ponce City Market.
Doug Allen is professor emeritus at Georgia Tech College of Architecture. Former students and collegues endowed an annual lecture in his honor featuring internationally known landscape architects. The 2014 lecture should be in early March. You should go.
Some of my Phoenix Flies companions in front the Atlanta Preservation Center's L.P. Grant Mansion. The next Phoenix Flies is March 8-23, 2014.
We celebrated The Healey Building's 100th birthday.
We celebrated the Kessler Building's 100th birthday too. This is Darrin Givins aka Atlanta Urbanist with his Atlanta Magazine blurbs.
"Other Initiated Repairs" by Alisa Mittin and Alex Abarca for Dance Truck performed at whitespace.
Le Stanne Opticians has this nice stained glass.
I've got too many. See "Part 2 - 2013 in N-tychs - People, Dance, Art, Houses, Cats, Turkey"
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