28 November 2008

Alfredo Aponte - A Wonder(full) Collection

Alfredo Aponte shares with us a wonder(full) collection of objects that he feels should be substitutes to the everyday items that you may already own/carry in our sack, bag or tote today.

12 November 2008

Mazie Causey & Ron Boyler - Grass Roots Justice

Mazie Causey & Ron Boyler, members of the Georgia Justice Project, describe themselves as an unlikely mix of lawyers, social workers and a group of landscapers.

10 November 2008

Aileen Aponte - 1st Grade Self-Portraits

Aileen Aponte shows us how she is able to analyze children's development levels and abilities in the classroom by there self-portraits on the first day of class.

07 November 2008

Stuart Horodner - the Contemporary

Stuart Horodner introduces us into the Contemporary as he shows us its current art and how it is moving forward.

05 November 2008

Larry Luk & Georgios Saliaris - We are PROCESS

Larry Luk & Georgios Saliaris of Epidemik Coalition tell us about their creative outlet through PROCESS, which is simply a creative exploration through a clothing line.

03 November 2008

31 October 2008

Kathryn Refi - All Things Considered

Kathryn Refi presents some of her artwork that involves notions of objectivity and its relationship to actual experience.

28 October 2008

Mehmet Dogu - Process. "I can't talk this fast"

Mehmet Dogu overloads our senses with fragmented themed chunks of his process, inspiration and of course his architectural projects.

26 October 2008

Julian Cox - Road to Freedom

Julian Cox talks to us about a powerful exhibition that would mark the 40th Anniversary of Dr. King's Assassination at the High Museum.

21 August 2008

Mitch Wood - My Last Twenty

Mitch Wood provides us with a provocative love story that involves friendship, mistrust & death.

16 August 2008

Nathan Piazza - Warped Zones

Nathan Piazza explains the traditions that influence video game design and how they touch other parts of cultural history.

10 August 2008

Harley Etienne - Rediscovering Forgotten Atlanta

Harley Etienne provided a series of photos of west Atlanta's neighborhoods while reading from two poems of Langston Hughes.

08 August 2008

Neda Abghari - The Atlanta Creatives Project

Neda Abghari talks to us about the Atlanta Creatives Project, which is a photographic documentation of Atlanta's creative core.

06 August 2008

Stefan Kjartansson - the Heaviest Type Family

Stefan Kjartansson shares with us his inspiration and process of his new typeface Black Slabath.

04 August 2008

Gregg Bernstein - Music Packaging Design

Gregg Bernstein teaches graphic design and designs packaging for bands that you haven't heard of.

02 August 2008

Helena Beyersdorf-Cottle - the Belly Dance Mystique

Helena Beyersdorf-Cottle demonstrated the majestic powers of belly dance and the empowerment of its rich culture and heritage.

31 July 2008

Alyssa Sheldon - Coffee in Reverse

Alyssa Sheldon represents Octane Coffee Lounge by sharing its process of coffee from shipment, treatment and the involvement with the growers.

29 July 2008

Christiane Lauterbach - a Knife & Fork Saga

Christiane Lauterbach shares her publication, Knife & Fork, with us that she has been publishing for 25 years; which has become an ongoing cultural history of Atlanta.

27 July 2008

Scott Ingram - Art & Architecture

Scott Ingram expresses his fascination of how rhythm, line and the composition of architecture inspire his art pieces.

25 July 2008

Jenny Smith - Words to Live By

Jenny Smith shares with us a series of graphics, type and demonstrations of public aesthetic design that she has curated from her desktop folder of inspiration.

23 July 2008

Robert Cheatham - Public Domain, Inc.

Robert Cheatham introduces us to the yelling and screaming of Public Domain, a nonprofit organization that is committed to exploring the intersection of art with in the community.

21 July 2008

Ryan Gravel - 20 Moments on the Belt-Line

Ryan Gravel expresses his 20 moments of the Belt-Line, which was his thesis in 1999 and how it can create a new kind of city.

20 July 2008

Merrill Elam - Buckhead Library

Merrill Elam of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects provides a little bit of story telling about the wonders, magic and truths behind the Buckhead Library that has always been a lighting rod for conversation.

17 July 2008

Ruth Dusseault - I hoed beans

Ruth Dusseault presented her photographs while reading from the journal of Henry David Thoreau.

14 July 2008

David Sweeney - Dynamic Dish

David Sweeney takes us through Dynamic Dish, which is simply an idea that offers people with modern urban lifestyles to eat healthy while taking a rest out of their day.

08 July 2008

Danielle Glasky - An American Barista in Japan

Danielle takes us on a personal journey as she shares her experiences through cultural and language differences while working with Coffee Roasters in Japan.

07 July 2008

Gavin Holmes - Anatomy of a 30 Second Spot

Gavin Holmes from R!OT storyboards the anatomy of a 30 second spot.

06 May 2008

Angela Dalle Vacche - The Diva is Not a Vamp.

Angela Dalle Vacche introduces us to the Diva through her new book and explains how "the Diva is Not a Vamp."

05 May 2008

Marie Hansen - Do Hair. Do Good.

Marie Hansen displays multiple projects from her hair salon Marie Marie and expresses how it stands by its motto of "Do Hair. Do Good."

11 April 2008

Alec Manfre & Lindsay Anglin - Mad Housers at 20

Alec Manfre and Lindsay Anglin reminded us of the Man Houses in Atlanta and shared there own endeavor of building there own Mad Houser Hut.

05 April 2008

David Yocum - Some Buildings

David Yocum shares a story of three buildings and how design is interwoven through a detailed understanding of building form, spatial organization, and material innovation and constructibility.

01 April 2008

Carol Thompson - African Art at the High

Carol, the first ever curator of African Art at the High, introduces us to the current exhibition of Yoruba Art that is featuring the Bernard and Patricia Wagner Collection.

29 March 2008

Michelle Berryman - Asian Street Food

Michelle gives us a bit of a cultural shock with her documented photos of street food from her trips to Asia.

28 March 2008

Lara Creasy - Elements of Cocktail Design

Lara dazzles us with the "Elements of Cocktail Design" that builds off of basic principles that have been established mostly from pre-prohibition.

24 March 2008

Gina Lee & Grace Liang - Miss Asia Atlanta

Gina and Grace walk us through the Miss Asia Atlanta Pageant and share its social significance while empowering young women to achieve their personal and professional goals.

22 March 2008

Ernesto Cuevas, Jr. - Community Walls of Pride

Ernesto introduces us to Red Cielo and explains how it assist political, social and cultural empowerment of a community by providing a common creative experience.