This is a High Museum Art Partners Event.
Join Art Partners( A High Museum membership group) for a tour of the Euclid Arts Collective (EAC), a prominent Atlanta artist collective. Founded in 1982, EAC is one of the oldest artist collectives in the city and includes painters, clay artists and sculptors, photographers, printmakers, filmmakers, textile artists, and decorative artists. Each artist is accomplished in their field of practice and actively participates in local, regional, and national art communities as artists, art educators, and art community service leaders. There is no cost to attendees, but please RSVP so that the artists will be able to provide enough light refreshments for all and to receive directions to EAC. Join our group Member Tina Cox as she showcases her pottery in her studio there.
Its FREE must you must register at the link below
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Tickets are free for Art Partners members and for non-members but you must register.
They will be serving wine and cheese. The event is located in the same building as the Horizon theater on the corner of Euclid and Austin avenues in the old Moreland school now called Little 5 Points Art Ctr. Free parking in the back.
The Euclid Arts Collective (EAC) is a prominent Atlanta artist community housed in the Little 5 Points Community Center. Founded in 1982, The Euclid Arts Collective is one of the oldest artist collectives in Atlanta, Georgia. Euclid Arts Collective artists work in a variety of art mediums including painters using oil, acrylic and mixed media, clay artists and sculptors, photographers, print makers, film makers, textile artist, and decorative/faux finish painter. Each artist is accomplished in their field of study and actively participating in Atlanta, regional and national art communities as artists, art teachers, arts promotion and community service leaders.
The Euclid Arts Collective is one of the largest tenants of the Little 5 Points Community Center building consisting of eight artist studio spaces. The mission of the Little 5 Points Community Center (L5PCC) is to be part of and support local arts, cultural, and community service organizations.
Since the early 90’s, the Euclid Arts Collective artists host a variety of “Open Studio” shows each year showcasing art, artists and promoting the Little 5 Points Community Center building to over 1,000 art patrons. Euclid Arts Collective artists have been widely published in various media such as the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle magazine, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Creative Loafing. Euclid Arts Collective artists participate in numerous curated exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the US. Euclid Arts Collective artists hosted the High Museum of Art in 2011.
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