2015 CAPTURE Youth Exhibition


The Creatives Project and Metro Gallery and Framing present the 2015 Capture Youth Exhibition in support of the Year of Boulevard Initiative. The exhibition showcases and celebrates works created by the Capture Project's Summer Youth Portrait Workshop participants including students from the Old Fourth Ward's Operation P.E.A.C.E!

A special thanks to our generous supporters:

Metro Gallery and Framing
Center for Civic Innovation
The Goat Farm Arts Center
Binders Art Supply and Framing
Trinity Productions
Jamestown Charitable Foundation

This program is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA also receives support from its partner agency the National Endowment for the Arts.


SOUND INTO SPACE II | Tuesday March 24th

The Creatives Project with an impromptu second installment of #SOUNDintoSPACE!

We figure our buddies currently on tour can use the extra help so ALL proceeds from the show benefit our out of town guests from far and wide:

suno deko | www.soundcloud.com/sunodeko

soft cat | https://soundcloud.com/soft-cat

small wonder | http://smallwonder.bandcamp.com/

100 watt horse | http://the100watthorse.bandcamp.com/releases

and maybe a special guest!

mammal gallery | 91 Broad St SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
tuesday march 24



I'll Die High- new work by Nick Madden Feb 21 - March 27 at Eyedrum Gallery

Eyedrum art and music gallery is proud to present “I’ll Die High,” a solo show of work by TCP resident artist Nick Madden.

Saturday Feb 21st:

Opening Reception & Performance: I’ll Die High / Nick Madden
Eyedrum / 6PM-12AM

I’ll Die High explores themes of physicality, mechanics, and humor in the face of certain death. Madden’s parents are battling life-threatening diseases: cancer and Alzheimer’s. Madden makes use of a variety of media as he takes us through his experience of slowly losing the parents he knew, either through the physical deterioration of the body, or of the slow breakdown of a mind, and makes us acutely aware of the vulnerability and fleeting nature of life and consciousness. He uses art to make sense of the past and a future, acutely aware of the moment before him. Treating the body as a machine that inevitably breaks down and dies, Madden copes with his parents’ conditions by creating playful and touching kinetic and interactive sculptures that awaken with the audience’s participation. Push, pull, and crank each piece to make it come to life in an examination of the bodily changes that Madden sees in his parents.


Nick Madden is an artist and art teacher from Atlanta. He is a recent Hambidge Fellow and a resident of The Creatives Project. Nick has shown work in galleries across the city. I’ll Die High is Madden’s second solo show. Learn more about Nick Madden here:



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