weatherwise - otherwise tour
The Dalton Gallery’s fall 2017 exhibition, weatherwise/otherwise: artists respond to climate change, features artists who observe varied facets of the weather and climate picture, and its impact on our planet, the human race, and other living things. The observations range from data visualizations of meteorological statistics to perplexed penguins who find themselves in a warming setting. Disappearing shorelines and thinning tree covers co-exist with cosmic views of clouds and the earth under pressure in living color and 3-D. These observations may stop us in our tracks with their beauty, yet leave us pondering their deeper impact. Artists include Peter Bahouth, Bruce Bobick, John Cargile, Mary Edna Fraser (fiber), Carolyn Halliday (fiber), Kathryn Kolb, Bettina Matzkuhn (fiber), Qavavau Manumie, Nathalie Miebach (fiber), Ohotaq Mikkigak, Ningiukulu Teevee, and Karen Reese Tunnell (fiber). Click to view the online exhibition catalog.
Exhibition curator Dot Moye will join us for an exclusive tour of this fiber-rich exhibition, which will start an hour before the gallery opens to the general public. Dot is also lining up two or three short artists' talks for us: We're not sure yet who will be speaking, but they are sure to be interesting! And, of course, Decatur has options galore for lunch after the tour. Please join us!​
  • Cost: Free! Please RSVP, though, so we don't start without you.
  • Location: Dalton Gallery, Dana Fine Arts Building, Agnes Scott College, 141 East College Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030.
  • Parking: On the campus map, the Dana Fine Arts Building is #8 and P4 (right in front of the building) is the most convenient parking.
  • Marta: the Decatur Transit Station is about 5 blocks north of the Dana Fine Arts Building.
  • Time - Meet at the gallery at 10.45 am; the tour will begin at 11 am.

Questions? Email or call 678-235-4328.

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December 02, 2017 -
December 02, 2017
Times: 10:45 AM - 12:30 PM