Join us for virtually for a community coloring event with ColorATL! This installment of ColorATL will be hosted by Grace Gardner, Program Coordinator at Remerge

June’s participating artists were Shanequa Gay ( | @shanequagay) and Austin Blue. ( | @proper_blue).

This workshop was live streamed via Zoom. Click here to watch a recording of the event.

Atlanta Contemporary and ColorATL will be streaming a community coloring event - print off an amazing ColorATL coloring page, and enjoy a Q&A between ColorATL and participating artists. We’re going back to basics and relaxing with these coloring pages drawn by local Atlanta artists. 

For every coloring book purchased, ColorATL donates a another to a person in the Atlanta community facing hardship. Right now, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak they are focusing on donations to medical facilities like Wellstar, Grady, and the Atlanta Medical Center. 



ColorATL, Atlanta’s adult coloring book, combines the power of creative activity with the thriving art culture of Atlanta to benefit those in difficult circumstances. Not only does ColorATL offer a deeper, more interactive look into Atlanta’s artists, but they believe creative activity has the ability to decrease stress, anxiety, and despair - and cultivate peace, joy, and hope. ColorATL strives to unify our city through creativity by workshops, events, and through our 1:1 model - for every book sold, one is given to a person facing hardship at local partnering organizations. William Massey, Amber Guinn, and Connor Dwyer began organizing this project in Spring of 2016 and released ColorATL Volume 1 in October.

Grace Gardner

Grace is the Program Coordinator at REMERGE. Originally from southeast Michigan, she made her way to Atlanta in 2013. With a background in arts administration and curatorial work, Grace has committed herself to utilizing art to disrupt conventional schools of thought, excavate meaning, and cultivate community through thoughtful programming and exhibitions. Grace is a 2017 graduate of Emory University where she studied African American Studies and Sociology.


This workshop was live streamed via Zoom. Click here to watch a recording of the event.

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April 27 / 2:00pm
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Folks get to activate MuSEA’s mobile library by relaxing at the Atlanta Contemporary and reading selected texts out loud to each other.

April 28 / 12:00pm
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Contemporary Kids


A free and interactive family-friendly program, Contemporary Kids introduces children to contemporary art and artists through approachable media and hands-on activities.

May 2 / 6:30pm
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