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The FENCE – Earlybird Deadline, March 13th!

February 6th, 2018
2018 will be ACP's 5th consecutive year exhibiting The FENCE here in Atlanta, and the call for entries is up, with an early-bird deadline of March 13th. 7 major cities are participating this year; Brooklyn, Boston, Santa Fe, Denver, Durham, Calgary & Atlanta!

Calling all photographers! Submit to The Fence 2018, a public art exhibition series spanning 7 major cities in the US and Canada! A unique opportunity for your photography to be seen by over 6 million people, and to win a $5,000 project support grant, a Leica Camera Package, a solo exhibition at Photoville 2018, and more!

Details and Submission: http://fence.photoville.com
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Details for “Everyday Atlanta” Installation on MARTA, Sunday, Oct. 1st

September 26th, 2017
We wanted to let you know all the details we have about the Everyday Atlanta installation on MARTA that will be rolling down the tracks on Sunday (and the following week).

On Sunday, at Lindbergh Station, the "Art Car" will be rolling north on the Red Line at 9:45AM to North Springs Station. The train will pause at North Springs Station for a media event, and will head back to Lindbergh at 10:30AM. Let us know on twitter or facebook if you can make it! And don't forget to follow @everyday_atlanta on Instagram!
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Introducing “Everyday Atlanta”

September 6th, 2017

Since the spring, we've been collaborating with Austin Merrill and Peter DiCampo's "Everyday Projects" to create "Everyday Atlanta," a positive, daily look at the ins-and-outs of life in our city.

In the first phase of the project this Spring, we worked with two local high schools (Riverwood & Tri-Cities) on how students can use photography to dispel stereotypes. Over the summer, the project has moved to Instagram at @everyday_atlanta for its second, more public phase.

A current list of participating photographers in @everyday_atlanta includes:

Audra Melton - @audramelton
Billy Howard - @billyhowardfoto
Enrique Samson - @enriquesamson
Kevin D. Liles - @kevindliles
Marilyn Suriani - @mar618
Matthew Rond - @matthewrond
Robert "Q." Oliver - @film_god
Rachel LaCour Niesen - @rachellacour
Raymond McCrea Jones - @raymondmccrea

The third phase will be a public installation on MARTA, weaving together the 1st two phases, coming Oct. 1st!

(Photos above by @film_god, @audramelton, and @billyhowardfoto.)

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The Georgia FENCE, now on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail!

August 21st, 2017


The Georgia FENCE is now installed on the Atlanta BeltLine's Westside Trail, featuring the work of Casey Brown, Blake Burton, Fernando Decillis, Andrew Feiler, Nick Gruenberg, Patrick Heagney, Kelly Kline, Paige McFall, Dorothy O'Connor & Michael Reese.

Glad to see The Georgia FENCE back in Atlanta after touring cities across Georgia during 2016! Here's a map to the location: acpinfo.org/georgia_fencemap, which is at the MLK Jr. Dr. SW crossing.

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The 2017 FENCE on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail

August 15th, 2017

We had a great day installing THE FENCE yesterday. It's up until November, and we hope you enjoy it! Here's a map.

We've posted a gallery of images (and a GIF!) over on Medium.

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Bringing Everyday Africa to Fulton County Schools

May 3rd, 2017
About a year ago at LOOK3 photo festival in Charlottesville, two ACP board members saw a presentation from Austin Merrill about the instagram-based project "Everyday Africa." Barbara and Mary knew Austin's project would be great for Atlanta, and earlier this year, thanks to Wells Fargo, ACP worked with Austin to implement the "Everyday" curriculum into two high schools from very different parts of Atlanta; Tri-Cities in the south, and Riverwood in the north.




Photos from Joshua Rashaad McFadden
With a team of ACP volunteers, the classes investigated how stereotypes are created and reinforced, and eventually, how photography can inspire and leverage the dissolution of these same stereotypes.

ACP's effort with Austin inspired “Everyday Atlanta,” a year-long affair, and this first phase involving TCHS & Riverwood will be followed by more public projects this summer and fall.

This past weekend, Austin was in town for the presentation of the final project from both schools, and for a public talk (and booksigning) about Everyday Africa (& the forthcoming Everyday Atlanta) at Midtown Arts Cinema.








Tri-Cities posted their final project on YouTube, and we encourage you to take a look.

We'd like to say a big thank you to Wells Fargo, to ACP Board President Barbara Griffin, the intrepid Mary Stanley, and the whole ACP team who's volunteered with this amazing project; Joshua Rashaad McFadden, Rachel LaCour Niesen, Billy Howard, Allen Cooley and Candice Greathouse; the two teachers, Chris Sandlin from Tri-Cities and Lana Ensmann from Riverwood; Peter Dicampo and Austin Merrill from Everyday Africa; and of course, the students from Tri-Cities & Riverwood!

Thank you, all!



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Deadline for THE FENCE extended until April 18th!

April 11th, 2017


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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One Week Left to Submit Your Work for THE FENCE!

April 4th, 2017
Deadline for the 2017 edition of THE FENCE is one week away - April 11th, folks!

We can't wait to bring THE FENCE back to Atlanta for the 4th consecutive year. It's expanding (again) this year, and will be exhibited in Brooklyn, Boston, ATLANTA, Houston, Santa Fe, Durham & Denver! If you're a photographer who's wondering if you should submit your work - the potential audience this year is over four million people.

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THE FENCE 2017 – CALL FOR ENTRIES

February 9th, 2017
We can't wait to bring THE FENCE back to Atlanta for the 4th consecutive year. It's expanding (again) this year, and will be exhibited in Brooklyn, Boston, ATLANTA, Houston, Santa Fe, Durham & Denver! If you're a photographer who's wondering if you should submit your work - the potential audience this year is over four million people.

There are two deadlines; March 14th for earlybirds, and April 11th if you need more time.

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ACP Quick Look: The Georgia FENCE – in Columbus

October 11th, 2016
The Georgia FENCE narrowly escaped hurricane Matthew in Savannah, and has now been installed on the Chattahoochee River Walk in Columbus. Here's a few photos from Hannah Israel of the install today:

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