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Joe Biel's work can be seen at ACAC's "Embodying" through March 20th..

The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, ACAC for short, has a very cool event coming up this Thursday, February 3rd from 7-8, when ACAC Artistic Director, Stuart Horodner, discusses “How to Read An Art Magazine” for creativity and career development.

Then, on Wednesday February 9th, from 6-8, SWITCH, at 1193 Howell Mill, hosts the Lecture & Book Launch, Morris Lapidus: An Architecture of Joy. Author Deborah Desilets discusses the book and the celebrated architect.  Oh, and did we mention that our friend Liz Lapidus, an ACAC Board Member, is Lapidus’ granddaughter?  She’s great too.

Let’s get cultured, Atlanta. See you at both.


Sidewalk Radio, hosted by Gene Kansas, is a show about art, architecture, design, development, city planning and preservation.  Creative, cultural, and colorful guests share their stories and insights on this monthly, 20-minute Special Feature on AM 1690’s “The Voice of the Arts”.

December’s Sidewalk Radio, “The Art Show”, considers the question about “How To See Art” from four uniquely creative perspectives.  On this show we hear from The Creator, The Curator, The Career Counsler, and The Chainsaw (wait, you’ll see a little later in this post).

The “Creator”: Radcliffe Bailey, one of Atlanta’s most celebrated artists.

The “Career Counsler”: Robert Brown, Chair of Printmaking at SCAD.

The “Curator”: Artistic Director for the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Stuart Horodner.

The “Chainsaw”: Terry Legge joins Sidewalk Radio for a few words about divine intervention, innate ability, and therapy through art.

Originally aired Monday December 6th at 8:30 AM & 6:30 PM on AM 1690 “The Voice of the Arts”.