MINT is pleased to present InTouch, curated by current MINT interns Jenny Fisher and Savonna Nicole Atkins. InTouch features five artists whose participation in the MINT internship program has helped propel them into Atlanta’s vibrant emerging arts scene. The exhibition will present works on paper, fiber arts, painting, printmaking, and experimental installation.
What does it mean to be “in touch?” Touch can be a physical connection or bond with someone or something. It can also be an intangible presence, a latent imprint left behind. The artists at the helm of InTouch will examine these concepts through their investigations into the tactility of materials, skin, and surfaces.
Generously hosted by Downtown Players Club and their Curator, Miranda Kyle, InTouch will be on display for one week from May 5-11, 2017. The opening reception will be held on Friday, May 5 from 7-10 pm. The reception and gallery are free and open to the public. Gallery hours for the exhibition week will take place between 11:30 and 2:30pm daily.
About Downtown Players Club:
Owned by Elizabeth Jarrett and Kris Pilcher, Downtown Players Club is a performance-based community center and arts venue that brings together writers, performers, and other artists under one roof. Looking to fill a hole in the arts community and offer an affordable venue to local artists, Downtown Players Club offers one-off variety shows, artist performances, and out-of- the-box events.