After seeing Google's promotion today of Jacqui Kenny's @streetview.portraits project, we wrote a little bit about Street View-based photography projects, and discovered two projects that used the exact same screen-grab.
It's the last full week of the festival, and we're ramping-up for Friday night's PHOTOBATTLE / ACP Closing Party.
Please get your free tickets for Monday's ACP Film Series and Friday's closing party so you'll be on the list! As always, there are some great events at participating #acpfest venues. Please check them all out, below!
This week welcomes famous Baltimorean John Waters to Atlanta for the ACP Marquee Event on Friday, plus two more great lectures! Michael James O'Brien walks us through his storied career on Wednesday night at SCADshow, and Paul Graham discusses his incredible exhibition at the High Museum of Art on Saturday.
1st Place: Eliza Gallant (photo above) Paideia School 2nd Place: Henry Anthoine Peachtree Charter Middle School – Grade 7 3rd Place: Kaylin Vidal Woodward Academy – Grade 8 Honorable Mention: Julia Jarratt Woodward Academy – Grade 8
Saturday 14th 1.5 hours 8:30am – 10am Set-up Both volunteers will be greeting guests, assisting with setting up the tables, chairs, putting tablecloth on tables, placing table stanchions on tables, putting water bottles on tables, assisting vendors who may be alone in bringing in materials and other light duties as needed. Sunday 15th 1 hour 5:00pm – 6:00pm Break-Down Both volunteers will assist vendors with clearing their tables. You will also assist ACP staff with breaking down the tables & chairs, removing linens and light clean-up. ACP Photobook Fair Hathaway Gallery 887 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
1:08: Lois Reitzes speaks with Mary Stanley, the owner of the Mary Stanley Studio and curator of “Picturing Justice,” an exhibit on view now, along with photographers Maura Friedman, Carlos Javier Ortiz and Elyse Blennerhassett;(Transparency: Michael David Murphy, who created this post, has work included in "Picturing Justice.")
17:16: Myke Johns speaks with director Rebeka Suellah and actors Rebeca Robles and Robert Bryan Davis about their production of “Blackbird,” which deals with the difficult story of a man and woman confronting their relationship when he was 40 and she was 12;
34:15: Reitzes speaks with photographer Ryan Vizzions about his work at Standing Rock. Some of his photos are on display in a group exhibit called “STAND: A Visual Dialogue on Justice.”"