Thursday, September 10, 2009


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Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, Emory University, 1700 N. Decatur Road, Atlanta, GA 30322, 404-712-9894 Free for all. A stellar preview Emory's 2009-2010 performing, visual, film, and literary arts season: Music by the Emory Saxophone Quartet, Brass Quintet, and Chamber Winds; Creative Writing and Poetry readings; Improv dance; Visual Arts "Photo Lab"; Theater Emory scenes; open rehearsal of Emory Symphony Orchestra; and so much more. Learn more>>

OPEN HOUSE at CREATIVE CIRCUS, Saturday, Sept 12, 10am-2pm
Located at 812 Lambert Drive, Atlanta. Mix and mingle with students, faculty and staff at this respected portfolio-building school for advertising arts, design, interactive, digital and traditional disciplines. RSVP 866-402-6822. Learn more>>

2009 ATLANTA ARTS FESTIVAL - Sept 12 and 13
In Piedmont Park in midtown Atlanta, along 10th St and Piedmont Ave. Come one, come 20,000 to this outdoor festival with an emphasis on the visual arts. It brings together 200 of the country's finest painters, photographers, sculptors, leather and metal craftsmen, glass blowers and more! Over 20,000 visitors are expected. Learn more>>

ART QUAKE at REGENCY FINE ART - Sept 12, 2009, 6pm-until
6458 Dawson Blvd. Norcross, GA 30093, 404-933-2776. The public is invited to a night of art, music and entertainment. Why the name Art Quake? Because this fine art group of 15 emerging and established exhibiting artists wants to shake up the Atlanta art scene! A music group will perform and refreshments will be served. Learn more>>

HIGH MUSEUM OF ART - “The Louvre and the Masterpiece”
Final Days! Ends September 13. Located in midtown Atlanta at 1280 Peachtree St, NE, Atlanta, GA 30309, 404-733-4444. An exploration of how the definition of a "masterpiece" has changed over time, as only Atlanta’s premier art destination can do it. The exhibition features 91 works of art drawn from all eight of the Louvre Museum's collection areas, spanning 4,000 years of art. Learn more>>

ART INSTITUTE OF ATLANTA-DECATUR “Storybook Look: Illustrations by Southern Artists.” Through Sept 30
AIA’s satellite campus in downtown Decatur at One W. Court Square, Suite 110, 404.942.1800. Open to the public. The exhibition features original artwork from ten of the South’s most notable children’s book illustrators. All the featured artists are published members of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Learn more>>

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