On Friday the 13th the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center opened the "Forgotten" exhibit by Sky Kim, which includes digital archival pigment prints like Still, which can be seen by the public at no charge through November 8, according to the September issue of the Atlanta Magazine.
The Callanwolde Fine Arts Center exhibit is but one of 5 September events for Atlanta Pop Culture lovers this week, but it isn't the only one involving photographs that can be glimpsed at no charge, including those by photographer Constance K. Morris, whose website is replete with beautiful works of flowers, garden landscapes, beach scenes, and people at events, to name a few.
Another September event this week for Atlanta culture lovers is the three-day workshop being put on by Buckhead landscape architects Hugh Graham and his equally talented wife Mary Palmer at the Atlanta History Center.
Anyone who has ever struggled to understand how to create magazine-like landscapes on their own residential properties now has no excuse not to do it, as these former HGTV landscape experts are going to spill the secrets for the whole process, and they are even taking people to see some of the most beautifully landscaped homes in Buckhead at the same time.
The five September events list this week would not be complete without an excursion involving music of some sort. Which brings us to The Atlanta Smooth Music Festival, which takes place at the Mable House Amphitheater on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 1:30 p.m., and you can bring your own food and beverages to this all day outdoor music event. So if you love smooth jazz grooves type music then this is the place for you today.
The last event for this week pop culture lovers will want to check out in Georgia is the American Encounters Genre Painting Exhibit at the High Museum of Art. If 19th century paintings of American landscapes and the everyday life does it for you, then this exhibit will be a delight.