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Academy Award-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter is an expert storyteller who harnesses the power of visual communication to share narratives of culture, race, and politics. Creating costumes for generation-defining films like Black Panther, Selma, and Do the Right Thing, she brings vibrancy, nuance, color, and texture to each of her culture-shifting characters. Carter’s exhibition Afrofuturism in Costume Design at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film features unforgettable designs from nearly four decades of her career within an Afrofuturistic installation incorporating original artwork by SCAD alum Brandon Sadler, whose murals were prominently featured in Black Panther.
In celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month, the City of Atlanta – Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is pleased to introduce our new interview series, “In The Tradition.” Premiering on Tuesday, April 6, at 7:30 PM, the weekly series will share exclusive interviews with renowned jazz artists.
From the pandemic, to the summer of social unrest, to the economy, 2020 was a year of great upheaval and for many, deep tragedy. The 2021 TEDxAtlanta Mainstage theme, Begin at the Beginning, celebrates the ideas, initiatives and inventions that help us collectively move forward into this new reality.
Start time: 3:00 PM
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Type: Music & Concerts, Virtual & Online
#AtTheCribFest is a 3-part digital concert series featuring some of music’s buzziest names performing in their own spaces. In 2021, will have events in April, August, and December.
This exhibition showcases more than one hundred photographs from the High’s collection, many of them never before on view, and charts the medium’s history from the dawn of the modern period to the present through the work of women photographers.