Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The students have moderate to severe intellectual disabilities.
An exhibit featuring the artwork of Cobb County students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities will go up May 9 in Marietta. The 'Inspired by the heART' art show will kick off with a dessert reception at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cobb County Central Library, 266 Roswell St. During the opening reception, there will be a student slideshow presentation. The exhibit will run until May 11.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Excited for the weekend but unsure of what to do with it? Patch has some answers, from art shows to improv comedy, there's plenty of stuff to do this weekend.
1. ANNUAL ART FACULTY EXHIBITION Where/When: Fine Arts Gallery, Wilson Building (1000 Chastain Road, Bldg. 31, Kennesaw); Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Why Go: Some people foolishly believe that “those who can't, teach.” Let the faculty of KSU's Department of Visual Arts prove that they can “do” and “teach.” Pricing: Free 2. ELIZABETH CHAPMAN - "NEW PAINTINGS AND ASSEMBLAGES" Where/When: Gallery 4463; Saturday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Why Go: Because you want to see this award-winning artist's newest exhibition at one of Acworth's premier art galleries. Pricing: Free 3. MURDER MYSTERY DINNER Where/When: Cartersville Public Library; Friday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Why Go: Because you can figure out who committed the crime before dessert. Pricing: …
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Gallery 4463's first exhibition of 2011 comes from the faculty of Kennesaw State University.
Gallery 4463's first show of the new year, Paperwork, opened Saturday night. The show, put together by faculty from Kennesaw State University, adds another layer of variety to the gallery's cornucopia of paintings and sculptures by local artists. Clemens Bak, the executive director of Gallery 4463, "gave us real short notice,” said Don Robson, curator of the Paperwork exhibition. Robson and a few of his colleagues pooled their talents and expertise and constructed many varied pieces. Ben Goldman used the boards of board games such as Monopoly as a canvas on which to make social commentary; the Monopoly piece criticizes the “I want it now” mentality inherent in Monopoly and modern American life. Another of Goldman's pieces, based on an old …