Art

Atlanta LGBTQ Arts Groups Receive Lifesaving Grants

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a major challenge for local, community-based LGBTQ arts organizations to adapt. Georgia Voice contacted several LGBTQ arts organizations that have received grants, which will help...

Dye-hard Fiber Artist

In mid-April, a brand-new locally dyed yarn colorway made its way to the display walls and website of Revival Yarns in Athens Georgia. The bright white wool yarn is dotted with punches of neon orange, highli...

Atlanta Fringe Festival Announces Lineup

The Atlanta Fringe Art Festival, dedicated to providing an accessible, unjuried, and uncensored outlet for artists, has announced the lineup for their 8th annual festival, taking place June 1-7 in and around Li...

Under the Big Top with Director Ron Kellum

Ron Kellum has worked in all sorts of fields – including broadcasting, performing, producing and directing. Now, though, he has taken on what he calls the most daunting task of his life – serving as an artistic...

This Year in LGBTQ Cinema

As tends to be the case so often, LGBTQ fare wasn’t as plentiful as it should be this year in cinema but there were some bright spots in this year’s offerings. The best LGBTQ film of the year – by a country ...

Atlanta’s Artistic Seasonal Landscapes

While Mother Nature is busy painting crisp fall landscapes in the north Georgia mountains this month, art curators in Atlanta are readying exhibit spaces for seasonal landscapes of their own. Mixed media collag...

Andy Warhol and the West Exhibit Opens at Booth Museum

Andy Warhol was drawn to the lore and lure of the American West throughout his life. In 1963, early in his career as a pop artist, Warhol appropriated a publicity photograph from a western film of a six-gun–wie...

Marvel Reveals First Ever Drag Queen Superhero

Meet Shade: Marvel’s first ever drag queen superhero in an X-Men series. The superhero mutant drag queen, created by out writer Sina Grace and artist Nathan Stockman, was introduced to audiences in last month’s...