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&yet: an exhibition of work by 40 artists under 30

Join us for an evening of community gathering and networking at the closing reception of &yet, a juried exhibition of young emerging talent. As the community partner with Agnes Scott College Dalton Gallery, we invite you to come and meet some of the 40 artists under 30 in attendance and connect with other art-minded folks. The event is free, but please RSVP to let us know you’re coming. 

Closing Reception: Thursday, March 5, 6 to 9 pm

On View: Through March 6, Monday-Friday; 10 am-4:30 pm

This juried exhibition of work by 40 artists aged 18-30 from the Atlanta community seeks to connect and foster conversations among young artists from communities around Atlanta. The application step was provided free of charge to encourage young artists to experience the processes of a working artist. Submissions were juried by arts leaders Veronica Kessenich, Director of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Yu-Kai Lin, Owner and Director of Kai-Lin Art, and Joseph Peragine, artist and Director of the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design at Georgia State University.

Created and curated by Kirk Curatorial and Collections Fellow and recent Agnes Scott College graduate, Anna Carnes, `19, this exhibition is a demonstration of the Agnes Scott Summit initiative in developing leadership skills and fostering connections with others on a local and global scale. The show is is made possible by the James T and Ella Rather Kirk fund, and presented by The Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College in partnership with the Decatur Arts Alliance.

Can’t make it to the party? You’ll have one more day to see the show, on view through Friday, March 6.

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