The Traveling Show: revolutionary public art tour of Georgia
Atlanta’s contemporary performance platform glo imagines Georgia as a visionary kind of place, and seeks to provide residents with access to arts and culture as part of their everyday lives.
Town 8: Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden/Summerville, Georgia:
March 31-April 5
Kennesaw State University Department of Dance | Artist-in- Residence
gloATL is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundationʼs SEED grant program. SEED is based on the idea that small, emerging and start-up arts organizations are the seedbeds for new ideas in the arts and important resources for young and emerging talent. They are also places where the public can see and learn about new work and experimental approaches to art making. The RRF is interested in supporting small organizations to nurture the new and the risky, support experimentation and propel artists at the early stages of their careers. These grants are three-year operating support, which is the most difficult funding to obtain, and will help provide stability and growth to glo.