ACP Week: FORGE Exhibition
Today is the last day of Atlanta Celebrates Photography week, and I wanted to cap off the week by featuring the ACP fundraising exhibition, FORGE. There is usually a gala and auction to raise money in a typical year, but this year is still not typical. On their feet, ACP put together a fantastic exhibition of artists in place of the annual auction. Help support ACP by attending the show in-person now until October 20th or browse & purchase prints online.
Have the full immersive experience by listening to the FORGE Spotify playlist.
“At the fire of the hearth, metal softens for forming, friends warm their hands, and inspiration takes shape. Every October, Atlanta Celebrates Photography transforms metro Atlanta into a photography hub dedicated to amplifying the unheard, spotlighting the unseen, and connecting our community in shared experiences through the power of photography. Forge celebrates many of the talented artists and visionaries that have participated over the years and lead us into the future.
Now in our 23rd season, we gather in innovative ways and continue forward in our mission to inspire our city to participate, create, and connect. We invite you to support Atlanta Celebrates Photography by bringing these highly collectible pieces into your home.”
Presenting Sponsor HA Modern. Sponsored by Arnall Golden Gregory LLP & Myott Studio
In-Person: Exhibition Oct 06 – Oct 20
ADAC – Atlanta Decorative Arts Center
351 Peachtree Hills Ave NE
HA Modern / Minotti Showroom Suite 413
Atlanta, GA 30305
Mon-Fri: 9AM – 5PM
See the full list of ACP events on the ACP Festival Guide
Featuring work by: Corinne Adams, Jerry Atnip, Nydia Blas, Rosie Brock, Shawn Campbell, Jasmine Clarke, Kevin Cooley, Myrtie Cope, Nathan Dean, Saïdou Dicko, Jerry Drisaldi, Kristen Joy Emack, Peter Essick, Anthony Francis, Peyton Fulford, Amanda Greene, John Gutman, Sarah Hobbs, Nancy Grace Horton, Billy Howard, R.J. Kern, Andrew Lyman, Jeanine Michna-Bales, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Jerry Siegel, Pierre Solomon, Mark Steinmetz, V. Elizabeth Turk, Ansley West Rivers, Gabriella Wyke
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