In just a few days, Park City, Utah will be home to the cinephile’s favorite time of year, the Sundance Film Festival. While the entire festival makes us giddy with anticipation, we’ve got our attention firmly fastened on the New Frontier portion of the festivities.
"The documentary, "Through A Lens Darkly" was on the top 10 must see art films at Sundance in the HuffPost. I was one of the photographers featured in the film. Cheers to Dr. Deborah Willis and Director Thomas Allen Harris and Chimpanzee Production for an important film in the 21st century."
#HudsonBros recording a skit in my Huff & Puff exhibit @ CAU Art Galleries. #plasticbodies
During this MLK holiday weekend, Artist James Pate visits Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries, exhibiting his work KKK: “Kin Killin Kin. “Project 1960” will be in the building with Pate supporting CAU Art Galleries’s community forumn discussing the epedemic of violence impacting neighborhoods. Join usSaturday Jan. 18th from 1-4 p.m.
Riding down Trinity Ave.—with its homelessness, drug abuse and depression, there’s hardly a reminder that the same street was a stomping ground for the Atlanta Student Movement. That is until seeing photographer and multimedia artist Sheila Pree Bright’s wheat-pasted photo &
Plastic Bodies series went viral in 2013, Huffington Post.