Gallery 72 And The Creatives Project Present Patterns Of Flight Artist Talk & Closing Reception

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Gallery 72 And The Creatives Project Present Patterns Of Flight Artist Talk & Closing Reception
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City of Atlanta: Office of Cultural Affairs- Public Art Program says
The City of Atlanta - Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with The Creatives Project (TCP), will host the artist talk and closing reception of "Patterns of Flight" this Friday, January 29th from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.

The Creatives Project exhibiting resident artists are: Namwon Choi, Molly Rose Freeman, Angus Galloway, Jason Kofke, Nick Madden, Megan Mosholder, and Spencer Murrill. Inspired by their growth in creative collaboration, the show embodies the journey of TCP artists and how they have expanded and elevated their bodies of work. The artists will be present to lend a voice to their visual stories.

ABOUT TCP
A vital force in Atlanta’s arts community, TCP strengthens and unites arts, education, community and commerce by creating an arts eco-system that empowers eager citizens to recognize Atlanta’s potential. We accomplish this goal by engaging fresh resources, implementing crucial and deliberate arts and culture initiatives and leading arts-based education. TCP patrons donate subsidized housing and free studio space to support our artists as they serve Atlanta neighborhoods by generating vibrant and fertile communities poised for economic growth and development.

ABOUT GALLERY 72
Atlanta is quickly gaining acclaim for its cutting edge exhibitions, quality contemporary art and progressive arts scene. Gallery 72 has a strong focus on local talent, serving as an institution that supports individual artists, local galleries, arts organizations and curators. Gallery 72 is dedicated to presenting stimulating, and thought provoking contemporary art and programs that focus on advancing Atlanta’s art offerings. Gallery 72 seeks to promote cutting-edge contemporary art, while extending opportunities to artists and art organizations to explore creative expression and compelling ideas.

This program is supported in part by the Mayor's office of Cultural Affairs and the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA also receives support from its partner agency the National Endowment for the Arts.

Additional sponsors for the exhibition and program include: Colorchrome, Georgia Crown Distributors, InBetween Catering, and Trinity Productions.

This event is free and open to the public. Please visit http://www.ocaatlanta.com/ and http://www.thecreativesproject.org/ for more information.
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By: City of Atlanta: Office of Cultural Affairs- Public Art Program

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