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rld Cyanotype Day, we are planning a September exhibition of prayer flags of joined hands symbolizing unity and peace worldwide.


Atlanta Celebrates Photography


Every October, Atlanta Celebrates Photography produces the largest annual community-based photo festival in the United States featuring programs that educate and engage diverse audiences of all ages.

  • 100+ simultaneous photographic exhibitions and events featuring hundreds of photographer that transform Atlanta into a coordinated cultural experience.
  • Public Art projects and surprise encounters.
  • Photobook fair featuring publishers from around the country.
  • Professional development programs for photographers.
  • Film & Lecture series cutting across all genres.
  • Community outreach involving schools, hospitals and senior centers with photography.

Plus year-round programming that puts Atlanta at the center of the world’s fastest growing art form. Learn more at ACPinfo.org (sign up for our newsletter so you don’t miss a thing)!


Atlanta Photography Group


APG will begin the summer with Director’s Cut in the Main Gallery and photoSLAM winner Ashley Rodgers Burdell in the Maloof Gallery. We’ll wrap up the summer with Student Prize Award exhibition , with solo shows by Ben Lee (GA State University) and Peyton Fulton (Columbus State University) and a group show of the nominees in the mail gallery and Mark Caceres in the Maloof Gallery. And on August 17, APG host an award ceremony for this year’s winner of the APG/High Museum Purchase Award.


Booth Western Art Museum

Cartersville, Georgia

  • Opened August 2003
  • 120,000 square foot building
  • Only museum of its kind in the Southeast
  • Second largest art museum in the state of Georgia
  • Houses largest permanent exhibition space for Western American art in the country
  • Named an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution in August 2006
  • Named for Sam Booth, a mentor to several of the anonymous founders
  • Main art galleries feature Western artists of the 20th and 21st Centuries
  • Permanent Galleries include:
    • American West Gallery, Cowboy Gallery, Faces of the West, Heading West, The Modern West, Sagebrush Ranch, James and Carolyn Millar Presidential Gallery, War is Hell, and a two-story Sculpture Court
  • Temporary Exhibition Galleries include:
    • Special Exhibition Gallery, Temporary Exhibition Gallery
  • Other Building features:
    • Orientation Theatre (seats 60 people)
      • Used for the showing of the Booth’s award winning film “The American West”
        (running time is 15 minutes)
    • Presentation Theatre (seats 140 people)
    • Café
      • Offers light lunches & snacks to guests
      • Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30 am – 3:30 pm
    • Ballroom
      • Available for event rental
      • Holds up to 275 guests
    • Museum Store
      • Open during all Museum hours
      • Offers books, art prints, children’s items and more
    • Library
      • A reference library for Western American art, culture and history. The Library
        also has small collections of reference materials on Civil War history, United
        States presidential history, and local history that support the collections of the
        Booth Western Art Museum.
      • Available to museum visitors, students, researchers and the public by
        appointment only during Museum hours, Tuesday – Friday (10:00 am –
        5:00 pm).
        Call 770-387-1300 to schedule an appointment.
      • All collections are non-circulating
    • Glass elevator with real weights – one of only two in the country


The SE Center for Photography


The SE Center for Photography is an exhibition and education venue promoting the art and enjoyment of fine photography. Located in Greenville, South Carolina, midway between Atlanta, GA, and Charlotte, NC, the center hosts monthly juried shows, bi-monthly invitational exhibitions, and conducts workshops throughout the year led by industry leaders.

Our invitational exhibition for September and October is Benjamin Dimmit’s Paradise. Lost. Dimmitt documents a Florida spring-fed estuary that is now succumbing to saltwater intrusion caused by climate change and irresponsible water management, through October with a reception Friday, October 6, 6-8PM.

Our juried exhibitions are Landscape, Grand or Personal, juried by Eliot Dudik, through September, and Other Worlds, juried by Tom Chambers, opens October 6 and runs through October.

Coming in November, The SE Center for Photography presents an evening with Joyce Tenneson, A Life in Photography, Friday, November 10, 7 PM. The event is free to attend, for more information click here

Brickworks Gallery


Bill Rush, “POV”, a Brickworks Gallery exhibition of Rush’s work that will be featured in Art on the Beltline,  Sept 9-November 15, 2017.
Artist’s statement:  “Art is all around us.  POV reveals it through the eyes of the artist where you can experience a whole new perspective of the world you see every day.”  Rush captures beautiful, evocative scenes of Atlanta, which will be placed at the location where the photo was captured.  Our gallery exhibition will feature the Art on the Beltline images, as well as other Atlanta scenes, presented on industrial materials.

Brickworks Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the work of talented and inspired artists whose work tells compelling stories. The artists come from all walks of life, but they have this trait in common:  their work is a finely crafted expression of their lives and life experiences.  Story-telling art that is fun, compelling and accessible.

Brickworks Gallery is located in an historic industrial-era building on the fabulous Atlanta Beltline.  The B. Mifflin Hood Brick Co. building, at 686-A Greenwood Avenue in the Virginia Highland neighborhood, has been refurbished and brought back to life as a gallery and meeting place. The gallery is a 5 minute walk north on the Beltline from Ponce City Market, and a 5 minute walk down the Beltline from the south-east corner of Piedmont Park.  Come spend a day in our wonderful neighborhood of shops, restaurants and parks and visit the gallery to view our fabulous works!


CLICK! Photo Festival

Durham, North Carolina

“The CLICK! Photography Festival celebrates the medium of photography and its cultural influence by engaging the (North Carolina) Triangle community with exceptional photo-based works and artists. The month-long festival in October brings together exhibitions and programming while fostering dialogue between photographers and community members, all in hopes of inspiring artistic excellence, supporting professional development and promoting community engagement. clicktrianglephoto.org”


Digital Arts Studio

Premium Giclee Printmaker & Custom Framer in Atlanta, GA

Welcome to the world of fine art reproduction services! Digital Arts Studio is a family-owned and operated giclée printing and custom framing business located in Atlanta, founded in 2003. We are proud to be the first certified Hahnemühle FineArt digital printer in the Atlanta Metro area, a distinction bestowed only on print studios who have demonstrated an extremely high level of expertise in digital printing, color management consistency and quality.  In early 2017 we also became only the fourth Canson Certified Lab in the USA. We provide a full range of services for artists and photographers all across the United States.

Our passion for art stems from our long career history in many related fields and is as strong today as when we began over 35 years ago. Whether you’re a professional or aspiring artist or photographer, a business or consumer desiring top quality, archival prints, posters, displays, custom framing or affordable artwork, Digital Arts Studio is your “one-stop-shop”! We hope to meet every one of your needs and that you will be continually thrilled with the quality of our work!



HIGH Museum of Art


The High is the leading art museum in the Southeastern U.S. With more than 15,000 works of art in its permanent collection, the High has an extensive anthology of 19th- and 20th-century American and decorative art; significant holdings of European paintings; a growing collection of African American art; and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography, folk art and African art. The High is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by Southern artists.


Houston Center for Photography


Houston Center for Photography is a non-profit exhibition space, education center, publisher, and community collaborator. Annually, we present over 12 exhibitions, both on and off-site, offer over 300 classes for over 2,000 photographers of all ages and levels of experience, publish 2 issues of spot magazinethe only Texas-produced publication about fine art photography, award 2 photographers fellowships of $3,000 each, and work with over 15 area hospitals, schools, and community centers through our Access and Community Education program via our mobile photography education unit, “The Flash Drive.”

HCP is one of the only photography organizations in Texas focusing on the presentation of contemporary work, from local to international artists, emerging photographers to icons in the field.

Upcoming Fall / Winter Exhibitions:

Genevieve Gaignard

September 1 – October 15, 2017

The Texas Series: A Collaboration with FotoFest

October 20 – December 3, 2017

Robert Frank: Books and Films, 1947-2017

December 9, 2017 – January 5, 2018


Lumiere Gallery Atlanta





“All art and science are branches of the same tree.” – Albert Einstein

“Everything that moves is a flow system. One that generates shape and structure in order to facilitate
movement across a landscape filled with resistance. Flow systems have two basic properties…
current that is flowing and the design through which it flows.” *

Rivers, lightning, trees and the human body all have a like architecture
because it is the most efficient way to move current. Buildings, traffic flows,
social organizations… even computers and cell phones… owe their ability
to function to the same design considerations.

*Design in Nature, Adrian Bejan & J. Peder Zane, Doubleday, 2012


Luna Press

New Orleans

Founded by Josephine Sacabo and Dalt Wonk, Luna Press is dedicated to the publishing of illustrated books — based on Baudelaire’s idea that there are “correspondences” between the arts and that the best and most natural appreciation of a work of art may be a response to it in another. Luna Press’s goal is to emphasize the correspondence between words and images, thereby creating beautiful books.

For more information about the work of Sacabo and Wonk, please visit: josephinesacabo.com and daltwonk.com.

SlowExposures Photo Festival

Concord, Georgia

During the weekend of September 15-17 the 15th annual SlowExposures Photography Festival will feature a dozen juried shows celebrating the complexity and contradictions of the contemporary rural American South. Located in Pike County, Georgia (and, 70 minutes from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport), the work is presented in 19th century historic buildings that call to mind the cotton economy of the Lower Piedmont. Visit www.slowexposures.org for a listing of shows and events.


Throckmorton Fine Art

New York New York

Spencer Throckmorton first developed an interest in Latin America, particularly the Pre-Columbian civilizations, while studying Latin American art history at university. He traveled extensively throughout Mexico and Central America and gained valuable hands-on experience with antique Pre-Columbian objects.  As his interest in ancient sculpture grew, it led him to the Far East where he began to collect Neolithic Period Chinese jade objects. He has now become a leading dealer of museum quality antique Chinese jades and stone Buddhist sculpture with active participation in the key Asia Week events each spring in New York.

Artworks acquired by Throckmorton are in the collections of leading museums here and abroad.  The gallery not only sells works of art to international museums and important corporate and private collections but has also published an extensive group of scholarly catalogues in the fields of Latin American vintage and modern photography, Pre-Columbian antique sculpture and ancient Chinese jade, working with recognized scholars on these subjects. In addition, Throckmorton Fine Art has participated in the most important art fairs including the annual Winter Antiques Show, where it has been a featured exhibitor for the last 30 years. The gallery’s Executive Director, Kraige Block, is a Vice President of AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers) and the gallery has been an exhibitor at this  New York event for more than 20 years. Throckmorton has also been a member of ATADA (The Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, Inc.) and the International Association for Ancient Asian and Tribal Art (formerly NADAOPA).


tilt gallery

Scottsdale, Arizona

July 6-  August 26, 2017

Infinite Possibility II: Imagination & Creation 

Annual international juried show, open to all mediums.

Artist Reception: Thursday, July 137-9pm, during Scottsdale’s ArtWalk

Some of the artists will be available for conversation.

Closing Reception: Thursday, August 247-9pm, during Scottsdale’s ArtWalk

Juror: Lisa Volpe, Associate Curator of Photography at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH)

List of participating artists:

Aline Mare, Andy Mattern, Betsy Feick (First Place Winner), Christopher Gulick, Hakyoung Kim, Jane Szabo (Honorable Mention), Katie Kalkstein, Julie and Kristen Gautier-Downes (Honorable Mention), Michal Greenboime, Randi Ganulin (Second Place Winner), Robert Dash, Sandra Klein (Honorable Mention), Sean Hottois.


Tracey Morgan Gallery

Asheville, North Carolina

Tracey Morgan Gallery is located in the South Slope area of Asheville, North Carolina. The gallery specializes in contemporary photography, works on paper, painting, sculpture and installation by emerging and established artists from the United States and abroad. The secondary focus of the gallery is to promote the visual arts in the community by highlighting work created by regional artists or pertaining to Western North Carolina. Each year, the gallery will present a rotation of well-researched exhibitions by individual artists as well as curated group shows that explore historical and contemporary themes. We assist beginning and established collectors as well as Interior Designers, Architects and Museums in building or expanding their collections.

Summer Schedule:

July 7th – 30th  Gallery Selections featuring works by Ken Abbott, Rob Amberg, Hannah Cole, Jade Doskow, Walker Evans, McNair Evans, An Hoang, Kris Graves, Sharon Louden, Andrew Moore, Kirsten Stolle, Pamela Pecchio, Paul Villinski among many others

August 4- September 24, 2017


A group show featuring work by 4 artists who have relocated to Asheville from larger cities.