Interview with Lois Reitzes, WABE, City Lights
Adrienne McNeil Herndon Mural on the Atlanta BeltLine
MERCEDES BENZ feature in the "Greatness Lives Here" campaign, commits support for the next many years.
Hatch(ed) – Charmaine Minniefield Discusses Black Land Matters
In March, C4 Atlanta wrapped up a 6 month long pilot of our newest educational program, Hatch. This program is designed to help educate artists in the “soft” skills needed to perform art within a community context. Recently, we at C4 Atlanta have heard of awesome new projects being created by our pilot Hatch cohort. As we are able, we would like to feature their stories of work within community.
Painting for the Moment: Visual artist Charmaine Minniefield reflects on diversity and equity with her recent public art project in the King Historic District
I was recently granted the honor of being invited to paint a mural in the King Historic District for the Not A Crimecampaign. This social justice campaign uses street art in cities around the world to bring attention to modern day Apartheid. The campaign recently made its debut here in Atlanta with the intention of making a direct connection to the Civil Rights history of the American south by inviting three Atlanta artists to create murals on a single building on Edgewood Avenue. I was one of those artists.
published by C4 Atlanta
Photo by John Spink Sr. for the AJC