APG is now taking submissions for Rachel Reese Selects, our feature exhibition for Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), the month-long, citywide photography festival. The exhibition will be juried by Rachel Reese, the Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Telfair Musuems in Savannah, GA.
Susan Bridges and Forest McMullin lead a special two-part workshop, discussing how to approach galleries and professionally present your work, followed by a 15-minute portfolio review session.
Big River Bindery’s Andrew Huot leads this two-part workshop devoted to creating book structures useful for photographers, printmakers, and collage artists making imagery one side of sheets of paper. These structures allow the artist to print, draw, or collage on single sheets before binding, ideal for photographers using photo paper to print their images.
Please join us for the opening reception of Beate Sass: A Good Life. Following the death of her mother five years ago, Sass began photographing her father, capturing moments in his daily routine during her visits to New Mexico, her childhood home.
APG is pleased to announce The Past is Present, an exhibition curated by Executive Director Beth Lilly concerning the documentation of the past to aid memory in the future. The Past is Present examines personal histories and those of family and other historical pasts.
This workshop is designed to help participants craft well-written artist statements that are accessible and concise for their viewers. Participants will be introduced to key elements of writing an artist statement, learn common pitfalls to avoid, and engage in a writing session to improve their current statements.
This two-day resource workshop is led by photographer and master printmaker John Dean, and will consist of discussions, presentations, and hands-on demonstrations of various alternative printmaking methods that combine 19th century photographic processes with 21st century digital workflows and materials.
Artist Talk for The Past is Present, an exhibition curated by Executive Director Beth Lilly concerning the documentation of the past to aid memory in the future, and featuring work by Frank Hamrick, Deborah Jack, Deborah Orloff, Zachariah Szabo, and Johanna Warick.
This workshop, led by Atlanta-based photographer Michael Reese, is designed for artists trying to finish a photographic project. Through critique, portfolio reviews, and assessment of personal goals, Reese will guide participants in making critical decisions that will take their projects to completion.
Athens, GA photographer Carl Martin will lead us on a journey chronicling his 25 year photographic practice, and give us a preview of his highly anticipated monograph, Carl Martin: The Book, to be published by Fall Line Press later this year.
Know South / No South Juror and Curator of Photography at the Ogden Museum in New Orleans Richard McCabe will discuss his process for selecting the artists and their images for the exhibition and take questions regarding the impetus for the show itself.
APG is proud to present Know South / No South, an exhibition juried by Richard McCabe, featuring seven artists whose work explores and challenges the idea of Southern identity in the 21st century. Concurrently, in The Ted & Gloria Maloof Gallery, artist Jan Kapoor debuts Island Light. This event is free and open to the public.
APG is pleased to present Know South / No South, an exhibition that explores and challenges the idea of Southern identity in the 21st century. Concurrently in the Ted and Gloria Maloof Gallery, APG presents Jan Kapoor: Island Light.
APG is now taking submissions for our 8th annual Airport Show. Juror Amy Miller will select two photographs each from fifteen photographers to exhibit in the central atrium of the world’s busiest airport: Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL).
An exhibition of photographic portraits focused on the universally shared experiences of childhood and love. Curated by Nick Ashton, the show features the work of these artists: Mark Caceres, Maggie Callahan, Shannon Davis, Erin Fender, Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Henry Jacobs, JOEKINGATL, Kasey Medlin, Beate Sass, Todd Suttles, and Yolanda Santiago White.
This workshop will help to explain and clarify various archival presentation techniques, including matting, mounting, floating, and framing. Instructor and Atlanta-based photographer Allison Jarek will also give in-depth demonstrations on how to cut your own mattes and mount your prints using an archival positionable mounting adhesive.
Please join us for the opening receptions for Choice 2018 + Peter Bahouth: Recognition. For Choice, a group exhibition in the main gallery, we are putting the power in the artists' hands, inviting members to choose what photographs they want to show. Concurrently, in the Maloof Gallery, Peter Bahouth presents Recognition, a site-specific installation featuring a new body of work.
APG is proud to present Choice 2018. For this group exhibition in the main gallery, we are putting the power in the artists' hands, inviting members to choose what photographs they want to show. Concurrently, in the Maloof Gallery, Peter Bahouth debuts Recognition, a site-specific installation featuring a new body of work.
Building upon the Exhibitions 101 workshop, this panel discussion is designed to give photographers at all levels in their careers, valuable insight and confidence on how to take their work and artistry to the next level. This discussion is free and open to the public.
A one-day Clamshell Box-building workshop with instructor Andrew Huot from Big River Bindery. A Clamshell Box is an ideal way to present books, prints, and photographs. Constructed of book board and covered with cloth and paper, this box contains two trays that lay flat to present as well as protect your artwork.
An APG favorite, Barbara Griffin returns to lead February's discussion. Griffin is an independent Creative Director and Photo Editor. She serves as Board President for Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP), a non-profit arts organization which produces the largest annual community-oriented photo festival in the U.S.
For this year’s PUSH-PiN we're partnering with our friends at Atlanta School of Photography (ASoP) to offer incredible prizes and party features. Registration begins at 6:30pm and doors will open at 7pm. PUSH-PiN is free for APG members and $10 for non-members.