So what are you doing to commemorate the beginning of Spring (which just so happens to be my favorite season of the year)? Well, as usual, there's some awesomeness happening in the ATL.
DesignOrama - Charles Drew Charter School - Saturday, March 21, 2015 3:00p-6:00p - Come out to see the awesome work of professional, college student, and K-10 student makers. This year's theme is flight inspired. While you're there, stop by my booth and get your face painted! Check out the details here.
Friday Night Music Remix – High Museum of Art - tonight, March 20, 2015, 6:00p-10:00p – Friday Night Music Remix is every third Friday of the month at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art and tonight you can check out Willie Ziavino & C.O.T. Band after enjoying salsa lessons. More details here.
SLAM: The Art of Poetry – High Museum of Art – tonight, March 20, 2015, 5:30p-9:00p – And while you’re getting your salsa on, your teen can partake in the free event in the Teen Lounge. Your young poet can hone their skills in the workshop prior to performing spoken work in the lounge amongst their peers. Click here for more info.
Atlanta Film Festival – Plaza Theatre - Friday, March 20, 2015 through March 29, 2015 – The 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival kicks off today. Head on down to the Plaza Theatre tonight to the premier film, “I am Michael” starring James Franco. There are tons of films being shown over the next week. I’ve got a list of my faves. Be sure to follow me here on Instagram to see which films I check out. Get more info here.
Ladyfest Atlanta - various locations – Friday, March 20, 2015 through March 22, 2015 – I’m super excited about Ladyfest this weekend. Events like this is one of the reasons I absolutely love Atlanta. Ladyfest Atlanta is “an intentional space for women and gender nonconforming Atlanta-based artists, innovators and activists to perform and share their work.” Check out the details of the festival here.
The Atlanta Improv Festival – The Village Theatre – through Saturday, March 21, 2015 – The Atlanta Improv Festival started yesterday and continues until tomorrow. It’s going to be a weekend full of awesome improv performers from all over the country doing what they do best. Not only will you be able to participate as a spectator, but there are also a host of workshops if you’re looking to sharpen your improve skills. A portion of the proceeds from all ticket sales will go to Dad’s Garage as they move into their new space. Read all about it here.