TCP & The Goat Farm Arts Center Present:
TCP's 2013 Annual Exhibition and Fundraiser:
MOMENTUM: Exit to the Future
Featuring 2011-13 Artist-in-Studio Residents:
Ashley L. Schick
Exhibiting Artists: 2012-14 Housing Residents: Gyun Hur, Andre Keichian, Masud “MAO” Olufani, Charlie Watts
Juror for "Best-of-Show": Michael Rooks | Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art for the High Museum.
Musical textures & installation curated by Suno Deko in collaboration with Amy Godwin
Please join us as TCP celebrates the work your support has made possible! Together, through generous contributions of time, resources, and spirit we have established TCP's strong foundation and tremendous "MOMENTUM" into the future! This exhibition marks the culmination of the 2011-13 artists-in-residence's experience with The Creatives Project. We come together to honor these residents and to share their progress and commitment to our youth and our city, as they journey into new stages of their careers. Come meet the TCP residents and help us welcome the 2013-15 Artist-in-Studio residents: Fatimah Abdullah, Jason Kofke, Molly Rose Freeman, Lucha Rodriguez, Matthew Terrell, Angus Galloway, and Nick Madden.
A SPECIAL THANKS TO THIS YEAR'S HOST COMMITTEE
David Goodrowe; Goodrowe Hobby
Complimentary spirits courtesy of:
Specialty cocktails provided by:
18 OCTOBER 2013 | 8P-11PM GOAT FARM ARTS CENTER
1200 FOSTER ST. | ATLANTA GA 30316
$15 early RSVP donation & artists | $25 donation at the door
Experience a night of celebration and philanthropy in support of The Creatives Project (TCP)’s mission: to enrich and strengthen the local community through quality arts-based education and outreach, while celebrating and elevating the city’s visual and performing artists.
For more information on event sponsorship or to join the host committee, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTS + EDUCATION + COMMUNITY + COMMERCE = A HAPPY ATLANTA
TCP is a proud recipient of The Goat Farm Arts Center's AIP.
The Goat Farm AIP (Arts Investment Package) is a funding and resource package that aides in production and marketing so that recipients can focus on content. All AIP Recipients receive financial assistance, direct funding, production assistance, marketing assistance and rehearsal / performance / exhibition / classroom space. The Goat Farm AIP vehicle invests over $150,000 annually in arts funding, financial assistance and in-kind contributions.
A Special thanks to Colorchrome Atlanta for always taking care of TCP's specialized printing needs.