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Past Event March 25, 2017 / 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Thumbs Up For Mother Universe
A Lonnie Holley Story
Atlanta-based documentary filmmaker George King will screen excerpts from his work-in-progress documentary on visual artist and musician Lonnie Holley. King has been filming Holley’s life and work for over 20 years. The documentary is currently in the editing phase of the project. Filmmaker King, Lonnie Holley, and manager Matt Arnett will be in attendance. Your participation and feedback will help King move the project to completion.
This project has been supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Alabama Humanities Foundation, Alabama State Council for the Arts, Massey Charitable Trust, Judith Alexander Foundation, Lubo Fund, Goodrich Foundation, and an Indiegogo campaign.
George King is a writer, producer, and director of nonfiction film, television and radio projects. His work has consistently won national and international interest (Peabody, Cine Golden Eagles, Golden Reels, etc.) and garnered revues in the national and regional press in the U.S. Projects range in approach from journalistic (Aging, the Myths), parody and satire (Ten Thousand Points of Light, Bananaland), and historical (Goin’ to Chicago, Will the Circle be Unbroken?), biography (Who’s That Stranger?) to the experimental (Word of Mouth).
January 12, 2017 – April 2, 2017
June 1 – July 27
Atlanta Contemporary welcomes a local bartender to become the Mixologist-in-Residence – here we invite the purveyors of Atlanta’s cocktail culture to share their story – over a finely crafted drink – with our audiences.
June 1 / 6:00pm
Speaking of Making
Adam Frelin & Breathing Lights
Presented by AIR Serenbe
Join us for Contemporary Cocktails and a conversation with Adam Frelin of Breathing Lights.
June 8 / 6:00pm
"The Fight Issue"
Issue Release and Panel Discussion
Presented by Wussy Mag
Join us and WUSSY Mag for a drink to celebrate the issue release of “The Fight Issue”, a brand-new arts/literary zine featuring work from over 30 Souther + Queer artists.