Visiting Lecturer and artists (Georgia Tech School of Architecture)
Lauri Stallings and dancers of glo are collaborators for Wearable Product Design Course, in Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, from September-December.
Led by School of Professor Clint Zeagler and glo founding artist Lauri Stallings, the course examines interaction between garments and movement. The unique collaboration highlights pluralism across fields, and creative minds in academia working with community based artists to experiment with new ideas and philosophies in contemporary art.
The Traveling Show: The Exhibition | A re-imagined Historic Rhodes Theatre
The Traveling Show 6-city public art tour concludes in Atlanta at historic Rhodes Theatre, from November 8th-10th. The once luxurious showplace of cinema in Midtown Atlanta, closed since 1985, will be re-opened for a 3-day Exhibition, and a series of free to the public events that speak of each host city of Dalton, Athens, Rabun County, La Grange, and Gainesville, as an individual experience and how their unique identities foster a commonality of purpose and creativity within Georgia’s regional culture.
See the full schedule for The Traveling Show here.
The Traveling Show is made possible with support from The Rauschenberg Foundation, Georgia Council for the Arts, National Endowment of Arts, Possible Futures, and City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, power2give, and Dewberry Capital.
Tanz Farm Season 2: Series 2
November 20- December 15
Presenting shops, feeds, playgrounds, contemporary performance, and physical installation at The Goat Farm Arts Center.
Series 2 artists: Sidra Bell (NY) and glo (ATL)
Full Schedule Here
Tanz Farm’s mission is anchored in the agency of risk-taking to expand boundaries and render experimentation with forms of contemporary performance.
Season 2 will support intimate encounters between the artists, writers and the public, offering people longer viewing times, connecting sensations and meaning through a platform for multi-layered actions, discussions, and networking in the field of contemporary performance.
Tanz Farm is curated by glo and the Goat Farm.
gloLAB is a weekly training program taking place within the school year. Designed for Atlanta’s emerging artists who value risk-taking, communal experience and highly physical gesture, gloLAB artists work side by side gloATL dancers in rehearsal and performances throughout the year. gloLAB takes place in glo’s home of Goodson Yard at the Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta’s Westside Arts District.
View glo’s quick calender of engagements