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Spring 2017 Hatch Presentations

I am totally psyched to present with Kacie Willis and Anthony Gary our idea for a Pop-Up Art School. I will post a link to our presentation after it happens. I believe there are still seats available–but you must contact C4 Atlanta to reserve yours.  p.s. Jessyca Holland (Exec. Director) and Audrey Gamez (Edu. Manager) ROCK. Check out all of the good works that C4 does for us artists.

Spring 2017 Hatch Presentations
Saturday, May 27, 2017 – 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Fuse Arts Center, 115 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, STE 225, Atlanta, GA 30303

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Sue Coe: The Animals Vegan Manifesto

Stop by the GSU Downtown Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design Gallery to experience Sue Coe’s latest work:

Sue Coe: The Animals Vegan Manifesto

January 17 – March 17
Reception: Friday, March 17, 5:30 – 7:30pm
77 woodcuts from a new book, The Animals Vegan Manifesto, by artist and animal rights activist Sue Coe.

January 17 – March 17
Reception: Friday, March 17, 5:30 – 7:30pm
77 woodcuts from a new book, “The Animals Vegan Manifesto,” by artist and animal rights activist Sue Coe.

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SGCI (Southern Graphics Council International) conference

This is where I will be next week. I cannot wait!

When: Wednesday, March 15 – Saturday, March 18, 2017
Where: Atlanta, GA
Early Bird rates: Register between now and midnight on January 15, 2017
Standard rates: Online registration ends at midnight on February 26, 2017
SGCI 2017: TERMINUS – Arrivals & Departures
Before Atlanta, there was “Terminus”. In 1837, a stake marking the founding of Terminus was driven into the ground, called the Zero Mile Post, which was the nexus of the Western and Atlantic Railroad. This became the point from which the city of Atlanta emerged. As a transportation hub, the rail lines became symbolic of paths taken or traveled and their intersections became connecting points of opportunity.
The 2017 SGCI Conference in Atlanta will showcase the rich printmaking community in our area and celebrate its long history. The conference will focus on the duality of the terminal point as a place for arrivals and departures, beginnings and endings. Our railroad history serves as a metaphor for the timeline of printmaking traditions; traversing enduring classicism and bringing us to our current location with broadly expanded practices. Terminus will nurture critical discourse on the historic and future relevance of printmaking, technical innovations, and the ability to engage with contemporary issues and social change.
For more information on the 2017 Conference in Atlanta, visit sgciatlanta.com

 

 

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Art Papers 18th Annual Art Auction

Come to the Art Papers Auction! One of my Murder Ballad drawings will be up for auction, among many fantastic works and phenomenal artists.

Art Papers Auction 2017

Art Papers Auction 2017

 

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CV for Web

Alembik CV 2014 for web

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