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January 13, Wednesday – 11AM or 12 PM — Tour with artist Ariel Dannielle of her solo exhibition, IT STARTED SO SIMPLE + Celebrating Georgia Artists of Hispanic/LatinX Origin Series. MOCA GA Limited RSVP required, mask up!
March 24, 10:30AM —Tour MINT gallery at the MET with artist Dianna Settles in a group exhibition along with Gerald Lovell and Jurell Cayetano. Also we will visit Atlanta Printmakers Studio to hear of their programs serving our local community and learn of the art of printmaking.
April 14, 11AM & 3:30 PM —Join us at Jackson Fine Art with photographer/artist Angela West to discuss her current solo exhibition. Also, on view will be Cig Harvey’s work. RSVP necessary with limited space.
April 29, 10AM & 3PM check out Underexposed, Women Photographers from the High Museum of Art Permanent Collection. Join us as organizing curator of Photography, Sarah Kennel takes us through this special exhibit. RSVP necessary with limited space.
TBD May — Virtual Fresh Talk with artist/activist/ Yehimi Cambrón a conversation of her artwork celebrating the contributions, humanity, and resilience of immigrants.
Late Summer TBD, Miami Circle Art Stroll with The Signature Shop, Hindman Auctions, and others…
Fall TBD, This World Is Not My Own: The Art of Nellie Mae Rowe exhibition tour with the Judith Alexander Foundation.
October TBD, Arnika Dawkins Gallery visit to see Standing Together: Inez Milholland’s Final Campaign for Women’s Suffrage in celebration of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.
Georgia Committee NMWA Distributed 20 Artist Relief Fund Grants
Offering Georgia Visual Artists Immediate Financial Assistance
The Georgia Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts has distributed $500 individual visual artist grants to 20 Georgia-based female and female-identifying artists to help with financial hardship due to COVID-19.
“As longtime supporters of Georgia’s women artists through educational programs and the Women to Watch exhibition program, we wanted to offer our help during this time of great adversity for visual female artists,” says Georgia Committee board chair Sara Steinfeld of this inaugural relief fund.
Grants were distributed to practicing women, femme-identifying and non-binary visual artists living in Georgia who are able to demonstrate a commitment to their work and career and who are experiencing immediate financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applicants were at least 21 years of age or older, reside in and have worked in the state of Georgia for the last two years and must have created at least one body of work in the past twelve months.
- November 10, 10AM or 3:15PM Special tour at the High Museum of Art with curator Michael Rooks to see exhibition Pioneers, Influencers and Rising Voices: Women in the Collection and Julie Mehretu! Limited- RSVP required. SOLD OUT both time slots
- October 21, 10AM Atlanta Contemporary Museum visit to see She is Here, with curator Kristin Cahill and studio artist visits with In Kyoung Chun, Kelly Taylor Mitchell and Dianna Settles. Limited-RSVP required.
- September 24, 10AM Virtual “State of the Museum” with NMWA Director, Curators and Deputy Director.
- August 17, 1PM Virtual Studio Tour with Lucha Rodriquez, Georgia Women to Watch 2020
- March 13, 10am, Chastain Arts Center, tour with Karen Love, City of Atlanta Cultural Affairs exhibition Outer|Environments|Inner featuring Pam Longobardi and Maxine Suzman and a visit to the Center’s programs. Cancelled due to Covid 19 concerns.
- Spring events cancelled due to Covid 19 Shelter in Place.
- February 26 th, 10:15am, Zuckerman Museum of Art at KSU a private tour with curator, TK Smith sharing Looming Chaos and Unbound exhibitions featuring Zipporah Camille Thompson and other artists.
- February 4th, 6:30-8pm, Tuesday Talk at MOCA GA with Women to Watch artists: Jerushia Graham, Lucha Rodriguez, Sanaz Haghani and Whitney Stansell.
- January 24th, 6pm, A biannual group exhibition by the GA Committee Paper Routes; Georgia Women to Watch — Imi Hwangbo, Whitney Stansell, Jerushia Graham, Lucha Rodriguez and Sanaz Haghani. Celebrating five female artists selected by High Museum of Art curator, Michael Rooks. This exhibit highlights the wide variety of different approaches to paper. We will have sponsorships and patron levels offered in support of the exhibition—click below. Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, January 25-March 7, 2020.