happy weekend kids! if you are reading this, you have survived what is known as the “most depressing week” of the year, and the ATL frozen tundra. talk about working for the weekend! time to celebrate. the weather doesn’t seem like it’s going to get any better until sunday, but never to fear there are some worthy things checking out this weekend.
Coloring Art Exhibit, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 535 Means St.
who still loves to color? this exhibit opening today, highlights the works of Bill Adams, Paul Stephen Benjamin, Rutherford Chang, Anne Lindberg, and Kate Sheperd who channel their inner child and get down with the concept of color.
opening reception tonight @ 7, free!
Death Cafe, 3 pm Saturday, Oakland Cemetery, 248 Oakland Ave. Atlanta
is it one of your resolutions to get in touch with someone that has passed away? or just into talking to the dead? oakland cemetery is hosting a death cafe this Saturday at 3 pm, enjoy tea, cakes, and a safe place to discuss the dead.
for anyone that is a Gregg Allman or Allman brothers’ fan in general this you can not miss. Don Was has curated an amazing show featuring Allman Brothers Band, Jackson Browne, Natalie Cole, Taj Mahal, Keb’ Mo’, and others.
i know it is sold out but you should try you luck on stub hub.
enjoy your weekend, recover from the most depressing (and freezing) week of the year!