March Salon: #Cre Atl

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March Salon: #Cre Atl

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Note the new location! We are thrilled to collaborate with the Decatur ArtHouse this month! LiFT is back again, this time at a NEW VENUE!! Thanks to the Decatur ArtHouse for hosting this month! Spread the word and come hear about local artists and activists who are creating the Atlanta that THEY want to see!#CreATL LiFT! RSVP on Facebook! Musical Performance: ASH. From Capitol Hill to the main stage, ASH. left her public sector job behind to truly share her voice with the world; having toured for the last four years with award-winning singer-songwriter, Janelle Monae, and shared the stage with some of today's most celebrated music superstars. Now the Cleveland native who resides in Atlanta is exploring her solo career as an artist. ASH.'s bubbly debut "Perfect" is her introduction to the alternative-pop world. The simple production and vocals beautifully accent the song's light-hearted message about her experiences with love. Twitter/Instagram: @iamjustash Facebook fan page: https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=124129924323892&tsid=0.23682878725230694&source=typeahead Visual Artist: Marselle Harrison Miles Marselle is an accomplished artist and curator in the Atlanta area. For LiFT, she will share with us her work with the medium of glass. Each piece starts with an original image transferred to a permanent moment kiln fired onto glass. Using tinted and opaque glass colorways, Marselle creates a glimpse of her own family at various times in life. Her goal is to celebrate and remember the roots which have given her the foundation to love, grow, laugh and honor members of her own family. http://friendsofsmyrnalibrary.blogspot.com/2013/11/jewelry-fused-glass-art-exhibit-by.html Social Action: Human Capital Theory Human Capital Theory is a new nonprofit organization making buzz around Atlanta. Their purpose is to help local businesses and organizations reach their goals, while challenging them to cultivate talent from communities that need economic development the most. To do this, the connect people businesses, and institutions in ways that develop human capital and encourage economic stability. http://www.thehumancapitaltheory.org/

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