TCP and The Goat Farm Arts Center are proud to present CONTINUUM the Fourth Annual Exhibition & Benefit showcasing work by TCP’s artists-in-studio residents.
CONTINUUM showcases the aesthetic exploration of TCP residents as they continue to expand their visual vernacular and move towards promising creative horizons. It is a celebration of The Creatives Project artists on their continued successes and the residual impact of the generous support from Atlanta and its diverse communities, with contributions of time, resources, and an overall spirit of giving.
CONTINUUM marks the completion of artists MAO, Andre Keichian, and Charlie Watts’ artist residency. Continuing the cycle, artists Fatimah Abdullah, Molly Rose Freeman, Angus Galloway, Jason Kofke, Nick Madden, and Lucha Rodriguez will exhibit works from their first year with The Creatives Project. Music for the evening is by Feast of Violet, curated by Suno Deko. Specialty cocktails created by: Navarro Carr of The SoundTable.
Brekenridge Distillery | Whole Foods Ponce | Creative Loafing | Colorchrome | Trinity Productions
Sarah Cadmus, BryAnn Chen , Tanya Farshy, Meredith McGuire
David Goodrowe | Berkshire Hathaway
Caryn Grossman | CG Creative Interiors
Khurram Hassan | Advantage Consulting
Kwanza Hall and Jay Tribby | Atlanta City Council District 2
Marriane Lambert | Forward Arts Foundation
Peter Leafman | Digital Arts Studio
Derek Murphy and Wanda Dunaway
Edward and Liv Nyankori
Scott and Jutima Pohl | Pohl Real Estate
Adrianne Serrano Proeller | Capitol View Manor Neighbors
Nadia Rahali | The Loudermilk Center
Preston Snyder | Braden Fellman
Angela Moland Wiggins | Earnest Journey
TCP's CONTINUUM is a recipient of The Goat Farm Arts Center Arts Investment Package (AIP). The Goat Farm’s AIP vehicle funds, produces & presents experimental & innovative works that “pattern-break” & excite new thinking. The Goat Farm’s Review Board recognizes that consistent vanguard arts programming contributes to Atlanta’s global relevancy.
ABOUT THE GOAT FARM ARTS CENTER
Hybrid developments that assemble Art, Performance, Science, Design, Technology & Small Manufacturing entities in Built Environments that simultaneously operate as Centers for Contemporary Art & Performance. This blending of disciplines seeks to increase Atlanta's relevancy, economic opportunity and market competitiveness. Goat Farm environments look to the future to trigger new thinking, new technologies and linking innovation and invention to the City of Atlanta. More information: https://www.facebook.com/TheGoatFarmArtsCenter
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