What to see, do and hear: ASO opening, Out On Film, Kit Modus and more

What to see, do and hear: ASO opening, Out On Film, Kit Modus and more

SONG

either lots of jazz and The Blues Festival returns for its second year on Saturday at 2 p.m. with an all-star lineup of Atlanta-based acts including Guitar Heroes Tinsley Ellis me grant green ja. The festival, which includes a pop-up art village, will take place in the King’s Plaza Shopping Center parking lot and will benefit the Roswell Arts Fund. Also on the account are the hunter ringtones, Karla Harris It’s in Kennesaw State University Student Jazz Combo. Tickets cost R$35.

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Joel Thompson

either Atlanta Symphony Orchestra kicks off its 2022-23 season with a new piece from the Atlanta native Joel Thompson (“To Awaken the Sleeper” with words by writer James Baldwin narrated by Thompson). The concert, under the baton of guest conductor Peter Oundjian, will feature guest pianist Emanuel Ax performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 18 and the entire orchestra performing Rachmaninov’s “Symphonic Dances”. Shows are held on Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm, with tickets starting at $18.

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popular music legend The Rambler Jack Elliott will be presented on September 29 at the red clay music casting in Duluth. As a young man, Elliott was mentored by Woody Guthrie and influenced, directly or indirectly, virtually every musician who ever played guitar, from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash to Bruce Springsteen and Guy Clark. Elliott received the Folk Alliance Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005. Tickets are $35.

ART + DESIGN

To remember Tabitha Soren? Is it over there? it was a love of MTV choose or lose campaign in 1992 that focused on encouraging young adults to vote. She later went on to report for ABC and NBC News, but for the past 25 years she has been exploring politics, psychology and culture in a very different space: as a fine art photographer. your exposure surface tension continues in jackson fine arts until December 23. By appointment only.

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joe barry carrolljoe barry carroll Display My seven foot vision No Hammonds House Museum has been extended until October 2. In Gail O’Neill’s interview with the self-taught artist and former NBA star for ArtsATL, he says: “I try to approach topics in a way that makes others want to come closer, pull up a chair, look and listen. I try to connect the issues, focusing on our shared values ​​and our shared human experience.” General admission $10. Discounts for students and seniors.

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What ArtsATL critic Jerry Cullum explains in his Notebook this month, Norman Wagner is better known as engraver, but in his exposition discovered images features drawings, prints, mixed frottage techniques, assemblages, and sculptures that explore the idea that all things in life are interrelated. georgia state university art gallery Perimeter College, Clarkston, through September 27.

MOVIES+TV

came out at the movies, The Atlanta LGBTQ+ Independent Film Festival kicks off this weekend with 11 days of comedy, drama, horror and romance. The first weekend at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema includes Sissy, a horror movie directed by Kane Senes and Hannah Barlow on Saturday night, as well as two dramas on Friday nights: so easy to treat me lonely, both combining sensuality with the obstacles of drugs, money and the search for true love. Be sure to check out Steve Murray’s festival preview. Until October 2.

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Executive producer Katy Barskdale will present a screening of the award-winning documentary, Sing, free city with special guest (and fellow executive producer) US Senator Jon Ossoff Friday at 7pm at the Regal Tara Theater. The film stars and is produced by an Emmy Award-winning journalist from Sierra Leone, sad samura. He embarks on a journey with his best friend, Sierra Leone’s most famous playwright, to create an epic piece of national theatre, a play to reclaim his country from negative media narratives and the damaging legacy of colonial rule. . It doesn’t go exactly as planned. The film deals with culture, race, and the continuing impact of colonialism. She will have a question and answer session with Samura and others after the screening. Free.

THEATER

Anything goesAnything goes No City Springs Theater Company it’s true to its name and is far from a stifling way to spend the weekend. ArtsATL reviewer luke evans promise romancemoments of scandal and laughter, in addition to a solid cast. Fans of Golden Age musicals won’t want to miss the final weekend of this production and admire the excellent choreography by Sara Edwards, which hits all the right notes,” according to Evans, as well as remarkable performances by Mamie Parris and Billy Harrigan Tighé.

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kIds at heart will love the whimsical setting and storytelling of alabama historyand this weekend is the last weekend to see this production of Georgian Joint Theater. ArtsATL reviewer benjamin carr praise the artist Shannon Eubanks as “having the best comedic timing in the state” as well as impeccable on-stage chemistry with co-star Justin Walker. Isabel and Moriah Curley-Clay’s set design will delight and delight, according to Carr, while playwright Kenneth Jones delivers much-needed messages about race and equality.

DANCE

team moduleAtlanta-based company that integrates contemporary dance and ballet, debuts its sixth season on Saturday with a show at Emory Performing Arts Studio. There are three works on the program: one by guest choreographers Christian Denice and award-winning Yoshito Sakubara (his is a world premiere) and one by company founder and artistic director Jillian Mitchell. Read about the company and its unique aesthetic in Gillian Anne Renault’s interview with Mitchell. 19:30 Tickets R$ 15.

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1830EST: Artists Talk offers an online forum for exploring art-making practices through the lens of working artists and their creativity. The series was started by core dance in 2021 to cultivate community in response to the pandemic when live experiences weren’t possible. Each episode includes interviews, field recordings, soundscapes, and stories representing the various creative professionals in the global Core Dance scene. The first live broadcast of the season is scheduled for Thursday at 6:30 p.m. It presents the work of two artists presented in Inside Out – The Collection: Bara Latalova and Zden Brungot Svíteková. Pound.

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