Saturday, February 10, 2007


Photograph by Ansley West
Ansley West Exhibition at Art House

  • 9am: Georgia Center for the Book hosts a poetry workshop for aspiring writers, 404.370.8450
  • 11am: Agnes Scott's Blackfriars presents The Odyssey, filled with imaginative storytelling and surprising flights of fancy, this fun look at classic tales is suitable for the entire family, 404.471.6430
  • 11am-6pm: Celebrate Valentine's Day with Creative Spirit. The gallery will be hosting a jewelry sale, featuring artists Todd Briske, Melissa Brown, Guiliana Koehn, Meredith Anderson and Becky Sizemore, 404.377.0141
  • 5-9pm: MudFire Gallery welcomes David Eichelbereger for his first solo exhibit in the Atlanta area. Eichelberger creates precision-crafted functional artworks with a refined modernist edge. The show will include over 100 pieces, ranging from sublime modernist tableware to commandingly massive display pieces, 404.377.8033
  • 7-11pm: Art House presents Ansely West, a photographer who interprets narratives both real and speculative through her compositions , often using herself to recontextualize those stories, 404.377.7050
  • 8pm: Eddie's Attic presents David McMillin, Guggenheim Grotto and Kyle Riabko, 404.377.4976
  • 8pm: Emory Music presents violinist Joshua Bell, 404.727.5050
  • 10:30pm: The Academy Theatre's Late Night series, whose trademark is "expect the unexpected," presents HipHop artist IQ - called "the next LL Cool J" - performing songs from his first album and mix CD; a sneak preview of transgender performance artists Scott Turner Schofield's new part hero myth, part sitcom Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Stephs, and Taxicab Obsessions; two new short comedy plays by David Fisher, 404.583.1270
  • First day of the Carlos Museum's Recent Acquisitions, 404.727.5050

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