This page is dedicated to the Program Division of the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, Georgia on historic Auburn Avenue.
The Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History (AARL) and the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, are seeking artists for a collaborative exhibit entitled, Remembering Trayvon: A Community Collective Exhibition.
The exhibit is open to ALL AGES and will run from Monday, January 6, 2014 thru Sunday, February 27, 2014 at the AARL in the Heritage Education Center Gallery.
Deadline for entries is December 13, 2013. Selected artists will be notified by December 16, 2013.
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114 is No boundaries. No closed doors of Art History telling you what an artist is supposed to be. No more of the masses trapped in crazy world-ending ideologies. No more borders and the wars they create. Just a clean spiritual mathematical line between my artistic visions to your eye; soaking into your subconscious. what a world imagined…
The Beautiful Game: Commemorating the Olympic Games through Art
Monday, November 4, 2013-Sunday, December 29, 2013
The Auburn Avenue Research Library will host the fine art exhibition, The Beautiful Game: Commemorating the Olympic Games through Art, by local artist Steve Allen. This one of a kind exhibit features artwork chronicling the Olympic Games, including the 1996 events that were held in Atlanta. Steve Allen is an internationally recognized artist whose work hangs on display in a myriad of countries including Brazil, China and Italy. Steve Allen has been commissioned to document the Olympics in art form for the 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and the upcoming 2016 Olympic Games.
The Green Book Chronicles Documentary Film Connecting with Victor Green’s Travel Guides for African Americans 1936-64 is a documentary film with animated clips throughout that was co-produced by author and renowned playwright, Calvin A. Ramsey and Becky Wible Searles.