Posts tagged with "Emily Chapman"

Artistic differences – Ordinance faces tough critics

Posted by April 23, 2014

  By Emily Chapman Contributor The Atlanta City Council has proposed changes to the process to approve a piece of public art, which they say will streamline the approval process and reduce wait times for artists. Some members of the local art community worry that the proposed changes—which call for review of the art by […]

This weekend

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 28, 2014

It’ll be a drizzly Saturday, but things are looking good for Sunday. The events this weekend will happen rain or shine. What should you do? Take your pick. The first event is from a group that we sponsor called re:loom. Editor and Publisher Dan Whisenhunt is a volunteer with the group and serves on the […]

Free Art Fridays – A Scavenger Hunt

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 25, 2014

By: Emily Chapman Contributor For those not in the know, the #FAFATL hashtag is just a jumble of letters. But for Atlantans looking to get out into the city and search for art, scavenger hunt style, it signifies something more: Free Art Friday Atlanta. Granted, it’s not always on Friday. But there is always art, […]

BaconCast – Decaturish newsmakers interview

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 24, 2014

BaconFest returns this Saturday, March 29. The annual Dad’s Garage fundraiser offers all sorts of drunken, madcap fun. Ed Morgan, an ensemble member of Dad’s Garage, stopped by for a newsmakers Podcast. The theater troupe is looking for a new permanent home, so proceeds from this year’s event will be crucial to making that […]

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