Joe Dreher's SOLO Exhibition PATRIOT opens Friday October 9th

PATRIOT - A solo exhibition by Joe Dreher aka JOEKINGATL

The pieces in this series use a number of tools and mediums including photography, murals, street art, wheatpaste, painting, sculpture, architecture, and poetry to name a few. People are his primary interest.

“[People] are not obstacles, or heroes, or rogues, or saints. They are people– dimensional and deep,” Dreher states, and his multi-dimensional work reflects that idea.“There are no strangers in your world when you meet people fully prepared to accept who they are. My work does not seek to capture or take but to give and to elevate.”

Joe is an artist in residence with The Creatives Project at The Goat Farm Arts Center.

JOIN US FRIDAY October 9th 6:00pm - 9:00pm RSVP

Decatur Arts Alliance, 113 Clairemont Ave, Decatur, Georgia 30030

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!

Metro Gallery and Framing : STUDIO PLEX | 659 Auburn Ave NE Suite G-6, Atlanta, Georgia 30312
9/18 open house: 10- 5pm:
9/18 reception: 5-7pm:
exhibition hours through 10/2: Tue.-Fri.10-6 Sat.10-4

A special thanks to our generous supporters:
Metro Gallery and Framing | Center for Civic Innovation | Matlock | Colorchrome
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.


2014 Capture participants talk about their experience in the program above!


For the first time in their history our friends over at AFROPUNK have brought their cultural efforts to ATL. They have a pop-up lifestyle concept space in the Historic Old Fourth Ward - selling a selection of AFROPUNK merchandise and paraphernalia including t-shirts, hats, and special capsule collaborations from Atlanta's urban street wear designers FRESH.i.AM and Parisian designer Xuly Bet.

Space2 - 485 Edgewood Ave, SE ATL

AFROPUNK presents Race Music a series of curated intimate film screenings and after parties in the AFROPUNK pop-up shop


The “Race Music” series frames our ever-changing cultural climate, each film is a cinematic adventure and a historic treat. First up “Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown”, the remarkable story of this supremely gifted and enormously influential American musical icon

Week 1
Film Screening - Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown
TCP CAPTURE + Godfather After Party

Week 2
Film Screening - What Happened, Miss Simone?
Ladies First After Party

Week 3
The Black Panthers Vanguard of the Revolution
Live performance by Follow The Nomad Ft Dallas Austin


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