Readings & Revelry: Holiday Celebrations with Burnaway, VouchedATL, & The Wren’s Nest


Join us for a night of readings, drinks, and holiday fun at Young Blood Gallery and Boutique!

Burnaway, VouchedATL, and The Wren’s Nest have joined forces to host this holiday treat in celebration of our love for our city.

Guests will enjoy selections from two collections of fictional histories and futures of our beloved city: Burnaway’s Le Bulletin Savant de l’Institut Historique

Fictif d’Atlanta et de ses Alentours and this year’s KIPP Scribes book Read After Burning. Readers include Johnny Drago, Thomas Wheatley, Amy McDaniel, Scott Daughtridge, and Lauren Traetto.
Readings are from 8-9pm but feel free to come early or stay late for some holiday shopping, drinks, and mingling. This event is open to the public from 7:30-10pm.
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Wholly Georgia will showcase artworks that shed light on how societal norms bred from religious culture and how living deep in the ‘Bible Belt’ affect the lives of both religious and secular-minded southerners. Viewed from a variety of perspectives, artists critique religious traditions with both lighthearted humor and somber reflection, while others highlight the fulfilling role that religion can plays in their lives.

Featuring the musical stylings of:
Wet Rainbow!
Jeffers Morning!

Curated by: The Art History Student League of Georgia State University
Hosted by: MINT Gallery

"Sex Drive" is a new show at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center that is a part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography, but the art is not limited to photography. A variety of artists explore sexuality in multiple media including video, photography, drawings and paintings. Click on an image to see more photos and information.

A new ACP show at Matre Gallery in Buckhead features photos that were taken and processed on Apple’s iPhone. Stephanie Roberts (right) was on hand to sign her new book “The Art of iPhoneography” that features not only the work of iPhone photographers, but tips on how to take and process photos on the iPhone. The variety of styles and subjects was large, and the body of work impressive from such a small device. The exhibit runs through Monday, October 31.

"How We Handle Secrets" by Karen Tauches- read on BURNAWAY, read on Scout Mob

As part of a Flux Projects event, Louisiana artist and teacher Jes Schrom invited the public to a sewing circle at Young Blood Gallery on Saturday, August 20, 2011. Participants donated several hours each to sit and carefully embroider a secret or two from our community. Some of Schrom’s Secrets of Atlanta were strikingly cathartic: “I’m probably gay;” “My dad doesn’t like me;” and “I lie about my age.” Others were funnier: “I am tempted to touch art at museums.”