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Ruud Van Empel & Matthew Brandt at Jackson Fine Art, opens Friday, artist’s talk on Saturday


Matthew Brandt opens on Friday at Jackson Fine Art, along with Ruud van Empel, who'll be giving an artist's talk at JFA on Saturday, at 3:30pm.

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Reminder: Recycle Your Camera on Earth Day!

A quick reminder that we'll be hosting a camera recycling event on Earth Day with our friends at Brickworks Gallery & KEH. It's right on the Beltline's Eastside Trail! Here are three quick photos for reference, a map, and our flyer. Open Friday, 12-8pm, and Saturday, Earth Day from 12-7pm!








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ACP Lecture Series – Everyday Africa w/ Austin Merrill, May 1st at Midtown Arts Cinema


Celebrate the launch of Everyday Africa's long-awaited new book: "Everyday Africa: 30 Photographers Re-Picturing a Continent"

ACP Lecture Series: Everyday Africa w/ Austin Merrill Monday, May 1st, 6:30-8pm
(Lecture begins promptly at 7pm, book-signing follows)
Midtown Arts Cinema
FREE - Reserve Seats on Eventbrite

"Everyday Africa is a collective of photographers using imagery to combat common cliches and misperceptions, aiming to demonstrate that Africa is far more than a place only burdened by poverty, disease, and war. We find the extreme not nearly as prevalent as the familiar, the everyday."

Created by Austin Merrill and Peter DiCampo in March 2012 while in Ivory Coast (on a reporting assignment funded by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting), Everyday Africa has more than 320,000 followers on Instagram, has been exhibited and published internationally, and has developed an educational curriculum for middle and high school students. It has grown into a worldwide community of Everyday photography feeds, from Asia to Latin America, Afghanistan to Australia, Rio to the Bronx, along with issue-based feeds that include Everyday Incarceration, Everyday Black America, and Everyday Climate Change.

Austin will present the Everyday Africa project, book, photography and storytelling, and the worldwide efforts of The Everyday Projects to combat misperception, including Everyday Atlanta, soon to be the newest member of the Everyday family.

Copies will be available for purchase and signing by co-editor/co-founder Austin Merrill!

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Omar Victor Diop at ScadFash, Thursday – RSVP through Eventbrite

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Call for Entries: SlowExposures 2017


It's time to submit your work for SlowExposures! Sept. 14-17 in Pike County. It's most definitely worth the drive down from Atlanta. Deadline for submissions is June 18th. Jury includes ACP Advisory Council member Arnika Dawkins, and Southern photography expert John Wall.

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Atlanta Jazz Festival, in Photographs, at Arnika Dawkins, opens Fri., April 21st

© Michael Reese
"In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Jazz Festival, Arnika Dawkins Gallery is pleased to present the Atlanta Jazz Festival in Photographs. Join us Friday, April 21st, from 6-8PM for an opening reception with the artists. This exhibition features stunning black and white portraits by Jim Alexander, Ernest Gregory, Michael Reese, Susan Ross and Julie Yarbrough."
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Matthew Brandt Artist’s Talk at High Museum of Art, Saturday, April 29th

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ACP Festival Guides & Getting Ready for 2017!

There's no time like the present to think about how you want to participate in ACP 2017!

If you're planning an exhibition for later this year, taking a look at ACP Festival Guides from past years can be a big help. There are lists of venues you can contact, and generally, they offer a great way to understand the scale and scope of what it means for Atlanta to Celebrate Photography!

Here are the last few years of Festival Guides, in PDF form. Have a look - we hope they inspire you to participate in 2017. We'll be open for submitting your listing to the ACP Festival Guide in May, and the deadline will be in June.

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Recycle Your Camera(s) on Earth Day to Benefit ACP!





Earth Day is April 22nd, and we're having a camera recycling event (in partnership with KEH Camera & Brickworks Gallery) on the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail. It's a great way to support ACP!

Photo credit above: "Earthrise"

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Deadline for THE FENCE extended until April 18th!



The deadline for THE FENCE has been extended to midnight, April 18th! (So there are no excuses about missing the deadline this year, right?)

We can't wait to see your work on THE FENCE this year.

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