Atlanta has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.
Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around College Park that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I was fascinated by the idea of creating space within a frame onto which narrative structures played out This “can-do” attitude with respect to production was to leave an indelible impression when I began to gravitate to photography. Read more>>
I have always been interested in art as small as I can remember. The reason how it sparked my interest was because of cartoons. The fact that people can create their own world with no rules and guidelines have always been so cool to me. Read more>>
My work revolves around identity and social issues. I am also a new mom and learning how to navigate doing both (motherhood and art) while also still working a full time job. I wish to be an advocate for other mother artists, and an example for being able to do it all and have it all! Read more>>
Everyone has a defining moment of what exactly they want to do with their lives and it is then up to them to go in that direction. Mine happened to be in the winter of 2014 at Goodie Hack, a 48-hour hack-a-thon pairing creatives and techies to Nonprofit and Civic organizations in the Atlanta Community. Read more>>
I found something I loved – the challenge to draw the living, breathing, continuously moving landscape of the human body. What began as a challenge soon became a passion which has not abated. I have spent most of my adult life trying to excel at this skill. Read more>>
Houssam eddine Sadequi
Every artist has an advantage in his life as a photographer and music artist “Dj”. Something wonderful and very beautiful. Read more>>
I began my fine arts path on a dare from a good friend Felice Martin to “stop being a crafter, write a business plan, and to get serious about my gifting.” Read more>>
Jessica Mae Morgan
My story differs quite significantly from many other artists. A lot of renowned artists, either modern artists or historical figures, were given the advantage of a privileged background and they were also provided with artistic training from a very young age. Read more>>
I produced thousands of photographs relating to the history, culture, status and struggle of black people in America. My images have been included in numerous exhibits, books, documentary films, plays, and public art murals. Read more>>
I am back to focusing on my music and making the music I want to make! I am falling in love with the process again and making it count. I can’t wait until my supporters can ride down 85 to my new jams! Dri Jack is coming back. Read more>>