Past Meetup

"Connecting the Dots" Art Exhibition - Gallery Talk and Workshop

This Meetup is past

17 people went

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This event is part of the Connecting the Dots (http://www.spruillgallery.blogspot.com/2012/03/preview-new-exhibit.html) exhibition at Spruill Gallery which runs through May 19.
We have no social activity planned, but members are encouraged to organize one if they like.
The event itself is scheduled to take about 2 hours.

An informal mini-reception at noon with artists Terri Dilling and Leisa Rich and time for viewing the exhibit has been added to this event.

Terri Dilling has been a visiting artist at the Center for Chemical Evolution (http://centerforchemicalevolution.com/) in Atlanta, exploring chemical evolution through art. She is especially interested in the way simple elements grow into structured patterns and complex diversity. Connecting the Dots (http://www.spruillgallery.blogspot.com/2012/03/preview-new-exhibit.html) presents her new body of prints, paintings, video and installation. The show includes a collaboration with Leisa Rich and the "Primordial Soup" Print Portfolio of 14 other artists.

The Spruill Gallery invites you to attend an art and science talk with David Lynn, Chair of chemistry at Emory University. Plus, Terri Dilling and Leisa Rich will present a hands on workshop where you can create a visual element related to the exhibition.

Members who cannot attend this event are encouraged to visit the exhibition at other times. It runs through May 19. Gallery hours are Wednesday - Saturday, 11am - 5pm.

The Spruill Gallery , located in an historic 1867 - 1905 home on Ashford Dunwoody Road, mounts four to six exhibitions each year, including a Holiday Artist market. The Spruill Gallery is dedicated to serving the Atlanta community by providing creative and innovative exhibitions that are designed to educate and elevate the awareness and appreciation of the arts.

In addition to the Center for Chemical Evolution, Connecting the Dots is sponsored by NASA, the National Science Foundation, the Georgia Council for the Arts.the National Endowment for the Arts, the Dekalb Office of Arts Culture and Entertainment and the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund.