Today Maybe Forever is a conversation experience hosted and produced by Floyd Hall, featuring compelling ideas and extraordinary people, and highlighting the importance of context and cultural memory in the arts, sciences, design and pop culture.

On tap for this week:

  • Teresa Bramlette Reeves
  • Jessica Caldas



Floyd Hall

Floyd Hall is a cultural producer, storyteller, writer and documentarian from Atlanta, Georgia. His professional work often relates to the intersection of media and technology as platforms to bring cultures together and make the world a more fulfilling place. As an artist he is interested in the process of how we come to define and design ourselves, and is passionate about how history, culture and art blend together to construct narratives of place. Learn more about his work here:

Teresa Bramlette Reeves

I was born in Athens, Georgia and received a BFA in drawing and painting from the University of Georgia, a MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a PhD in art history from the University of Georgia.
I was formerly represented by Althea Viafora Gallery and Information Gallery in NYC, and ID Galerie in Düsseldorf, Germany. In addition to solo shows at these commercial venues, I have also presented solo projects at the Jersey City Museum, P.S. 1 Museum and White Columns as well as being included in numerous group shows in Atlanta, New Orleans, NYC, Cologne and Paris. I was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Grant, and Fellowship Residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Cite International des Arts (Paris), Hambidge Center, and the P.S. 1 National Studio Program. Prior to teaching at Georgia State University (2001-11), I worked as the Curatorial Assistant at the following New York City institutions: The New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Guggenheim Museum and Artists Space. I was formerly the Assistant Director of The New York Kunsthalle and the Gallery Director and Curator for the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. I am currently the Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Zuckerman Museum of Art.

Jessica Caldas

Jessica Caldas (b.1986) is a Puerto Rican American, Georgia and Florida based artist. Her work connects personal and community narratives, usually centered on the experiences of women and women identifying folks, to larger themes and social issues through bodily, multidisciplinary works. Caldas has participated in numerous artist residencies, including the Vermont Studio Center in 2020, the Art on the Atlanta Beltline AIR in 2020-2021, and was a 2022-2023 MOCA GA Working Artist Project fellow. Her work has been shown at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA, the Art & History Museums of Maitland, MOCA GA, and is included in the collections of Kilpatrick Townsend, The City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, and the Kyoto International Community House.

Caldas received her MFA at Georgia State University in 2019 and received her BFA in printmaking from the University of Georgia in 2012. She is a part of Living Melody Collective, a multidisciplinary collective of femme artists that is based in Atlanta but is also nomadic along the East coast and throughout the Southeast. She is the founder and director of Good News Arts, a community arts space and gallery in rural North Central Florida, and splits time between High Springs, FL and Atlanta, GA.


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Upcoming Events

April 27 / 2:00pm
Special Event

MuSEA Slow Reads


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
Contemporary Kids

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
Contemporary Cocktails

Crafts + Cocktails


Join artist and educator Sherrice Adams for our adult craft night, Crafts + Cocktails.

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