VOX ATL reporter Emma MacDonald attends immigration-themed art show and was lucky enough for many of the teens and professional artists present to be able to share their personal stories with her.
My art is not in a specific style of abstract or realism, I have no set style or medium because through my art I like to express a feeling, and all feelings look different when they are depicted on canvas, paper, or wood.
The A.M.F.M. festival, celebrated the diverse art, stories, and individuals that exist in the Southwest Altanta community of young, emerging creatives.
VOX ATL talked with Atlanta artists and community leaders about WonderRoot’s “Off The Wall: Atlanta’s Civil Rights & Social Justice Journey” project — creating murals before Super Bowl 53 — and how art can impact change.
VOX ATL visited YouthSpark to ask the girls about crisis and what it meant to them and at the end of our session, a few of them wanted to share their thoughts and experiences on paper through writing and art.
This week, I participated in a job shadow to experience what it’s really like to be a (drum roll) graphic designer!
VOX Media Cafe students picked up their cameras and phones and captured the streets of Atlanta during VOX Media Cafe’s second session.
Maybe the atmosphere and the people who came out to the High Museum’s teen night are the reason I felt better connected to the art and atmosphere in the past. So, this time I decided to connect the artwork to current memes and moods.
So, this fancy-shmancy, whitey-ditey musuem stuck its only black exhibit in the basement.
From intimidating sculptures of horses to abstract portraits of the night, I found that most of Atlanta’s High Museum of Art comes to life by breaking from the normal and expected.