How to see, do and hear: Amy Ray, “Metaverse”, Atlanta Ballet and more


The photographer by Julie Blackmon Work is a mix of pop events, consumer culture, relationships and sometimes stress at home and everyday life. You are in Jackson Fine Art carry the name of your picture metaverse, which describes an unpredictable home situation unfolding around a child dressed in a virtual headset. The ship is delivering to Blackmon Harbor, and is expected to arrive there on February 11, at 11:00 p.m. Choose masks.


Think of Picasso: an immersive exhibition continuation of Pullman Yards. Created by the same team that provided us with our largest Van Gogh exhibition last year, the film features more than 200 paintings by experts in performing floor-to-ceiling images. . Admission $ 31.50. Registration is required online. Choose masks.


The Hambidge Center Cross-Pollinated Art Lab Gallery presents a presentation of the photos by Dorothy O’Connor which unfolds the last 16 years of his career, creating a visual memory. Its artwork and layout combine important elements of life, portrait, landscape and performance. open reception Saturday, from 16:00 to 18:00, until July 2nd. 2640 ib Lindbergh Lane NE, 30324.


The City Springs Theater Company is Follow the ever-changing music competition of the new Alice Walker Pulitzer Prize-winning Prize red, what focus on Celie, a young woman who fell into her self-esteem over the last four years is at the heart of this general story. ArtsATL criticized Kelundra Smith that the company provided. “A unique organization puts the audience in the palm of their hand,” Smith wrote. He admires the show, inside Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center until May 22, for the thought “looks more like a tour than a local’s show”. Face support.


XPT: Puppet Theater Test
“Outside Lines” by Hannah Givens is included in the XPT: Xperimental Puppetry Theater at the Center for Puppetry Arts.

XPT: Xperimental Puppet Theater, an adventure adventure from the puppet show to the movie and the adult movie, back to Puppet Arts Center after being excluded in 2020 and 2021 due to outbreaks. From Thursday to Sunday, this year’s edition continues the musical tradition of irreverence with the premiere of a dozen live and film works, every lasting about 10 minutes. Face support.


“You can not come and play called candy and hope it is Gilligan’s Island“playwright Robert O’Hara once joked about his 2014 semi-autobiographical comedy about growing up gay and black. No, no Skipper or Mary Ann is here. actor the express‘opens what he describes as O’Hara’s “videos of changing vignettes” on Saturday, until June 12. The masks are backed.


It’s hard to believe that this is the 50th anniversary of Don McLean cov opus “American Pie” at the top of the chart. While McLean had other high ratings in his show – “Vincent,” “And I Love You So,” “Crying” among them – “American Pie” took the main character as a hit song. most of the 20th century. American Pie album, in addition to other classics, when it performs on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Symphonic Hall. The masks were supportive. Tickets start at $ 19.71.


Band Amy Raj

The Band Amy Raj Come to Eddie’s Attic for two shows on Friday at 7pm and then at 9:15 pm. indigo girls, and also was looking for a good solo career when the girls had free time. His latest single is “Chuck Will’s Widow” in 2021, but he and his band are working on a whole new single. Tickets start at R $ 20. Both shows sell out, but you can add your name to the waiting list if space is available. The masks were supportive.


atlanta ballet close your season with dynamic mix account hit your fantasy which presents something to everyone: classical purity of the 19th century and virtue paquita, Modern and beautifully sculpted work by Claudia Schreier Dances of the Pleiades, and the world premiere of the company’s dancer Sergio Masero. It Schubertiada is set on (unsurprisingly) Schubert and features a rare, all-male ballet corps. Look to Ukrainian manager Denys Nedak, whose strong energy and excellent technique make him a standout company. Friday, May 13 at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm and 8pm, and Sunday at 2pm, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. Tickets start at R $ 25. Optional masks.


Who is sitting next to us in the shower is a dance film produced by Dana Sokolowski and first seen as part of the Dance Canvas show in March. It speaks to the memory and unbelievable stress that can occur after the loss of a loved one, this is your mother, and sends strong messages about mental illness after an injury. The filmmaker-actor returns to review the short film on Friday Environment + Studio. 19:30 Music and food included. Tickets start at $ 17. Masks are optional and available on site.


Christopher M. Finan talk about your new book, How free speech can save freedom, at a virtual event in the Atlanta History Center’s Author Talks series, Thursday, May 12, at 7 p.m. Finan is a historian and former journalist leading the National Coalition Against Censorship. Finan argues that the best antidote to the development of hate speech and violence is to promote freedom of expression, not to restrict protests or end racism. The event is free, but registration is required.

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