Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition

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Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition

Time: May 23, 2017 at 5:15pm to June 11, 2017 at 7pm
Location: Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College, Dana Fine Arts Building
Street: 141 E. College Ave
City/Town: Decatur
Event Type: juried, group, show
Organized By: julie nellenback henry
Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2017

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Event Description

The Fine Arts Exhibition is a juried multimedia presentation that contributes a fresh and unique perspective to the Decatur Arts Festival. Julie Henry will have work in this show.


Tuesday, May 23 | 5:15-7 pm

Be among the first to view an intriguing collection of paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture and mixed media selected by this year’s distinguished jury. Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments. 


Open daily May 23-June 11: 2-5 pm

Friday, May 26 (Artwalk): 2-10 pm

May 27-28 and June 11: Noon-6 pm

Last Call Closing Reception June 11: 4-6 pm


June 11 | 4-6 pm

Join the Decatur Arts Alliance and selected artists for brief discussions of the artists’ works.


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Call For Art

Keeping Women’s Voices Loud

WHERE: Shambhala Center, 1447 Church St., Decatur, GA 30330

Making art about the thoughts that weigh on our minds is one way that, as artists, we deal with those ideas. They find a voice in our choice of media and concept: political, personal, biological and/or cultural.

Whether our work is created with gentle nuances or bold, aggressive, to the point visuals, our creations are meant to be seen.

Shambhala Meditation Center, a place for contemplation presents a visualization of our thoughts.

For more information and PDF Application go to Opportunities Page.

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