Twenty years ago, the global poverty-fighting organization CARE moved its headquarters to Atlanta. To commemorate this special anniversary and Atlanta’s position as a gateway to the globe, CARE has brought art created by schoolgirls across four continents to Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta. The “Through the Eyes of a Girl” exhibit opens today, on the second annual International Day of the Girl, and features 100 works by schoolgirls who, with CARE’s help, have overcome long odds to pursue their educations. The opening reception and celebration of this unique art collection will include global cuisine, drinks and music. Tickets are $50 and available atwww.care.org/art.Read More
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial was so massively popular that it spawned an incredibly diverse line of merchandise. Included in that merchandise was what some regard as the worst video game of all time. So bad, in fact that thousands of copies were crushed and buried in an Arizona landfill.Read More
As part of the Media Entrepreneurship workshop series, Suzan Satterfield of Picture Window Productions, will discuss how television shows get selected, who selects them and other realities of TV in Georgia.
Creative Loafing celebrates the best things in Atlanta on Thursday, September 19 at 7 p.m. in the heart of Downtown Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park. This sensory overload of a party will celebrate the 2013 Best of Atlanta issue by combining pieces of Atlanta’s past, present, and future.Read More