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The Center for Art & Life has no center. Part nomadic art school, part art consulting and design studio, we are focused on art in the public realm, community, place, history, agency, and wonder.

Curating affordable contemporary art by Georgia artists @ All Together Now #artforallyall

Teaching @ Treehouse Kid and Craft



All Together Now
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 from 4-6PM
2 locations! Carroll Street Cafe + The Patch Works

Curated by TNS high school senior Jean-Luc Thiault and Design instructor Hope Hilton, this exhibition showcases work by art and design students from The New School of Atlanta and is inspired by the neighborhood of Cabbagetown. Many different mediums will be represented, including mixed media, photography, drawing, intervention and action, and more.

All proceeds benefit The Patch Works.
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A Southern Recipe for Natural Ink by Rinne Allen features my recipe for pokeberry ink in the NY Times T Magazine, September 17, 2015 issue

I've begun: F I E L D + W O R K

LAMENT FOR THE DEAD: Tsombe Jashon Clark, age 25

ANOMALOUS PRESS features The Recognitions: Plants as Medicine

on view: MARK an Art Exhibition Investigating Drawing
in partnership with The Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia
Lyndon House, Athens, GA
September 10 – October 10, 2015

Like The Moth? You'll like Rabbit Box!
Here's my story about going to Nicaragua for the first time to find out about my grandfather:


Is art a luxury?
Jeanette Winterson gets straight to the heart of why art matters. Listen HERE.

Everything is biographical, Lucian Freud says. What we make, why it is made, how we draw a dog, who it is we are drawn to, why we cannot forget. Everything is collage, even genetics. There is the hidden presence of others in us, even those we have known briefly. We contain them for the rest of our lives, at every border we cross.
- Michael Ondaatje, Divisadero

Travel is the only context in which some people ever look around. If we spent half the energy looking at our own neighborhoods, we’d probably learn twice as much.
- Lucy R. Lippard, On the Beaten Track: Tourism, Art, and Place