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NEXT, MARTA Artbound, and WABE Launch Premiere of “The NEXT Movement Season 1” Concert Series at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Tuesday, November 21

For Immediate Release: Contact: Leah Howard, NEXT-Atlanta – 404-542-0326 Film features five Atlanta rising artists of color performing at the intersection of art and social justice and  set against the backdrop of a MARTA train magically transformed into a sound stage  (Atlanta, GA) NEXT Atlanta, MARTA Artbound  and WABE are proud to launch the premiere […]

MARTA Artbound and NEXT Launch Campaign with Leading Atlanta Artists to Speak to America’s Racial Reckoning and Post-Pandemic Dreams

For Immediate Release:Monday, November 15, 2022; Contact: P. Faith Carmichael, NEXT-Atlanta – 404-542-0326 High Museum of Art Hosts Campaign’s Culminating Event of Music, Words and Film, Thurs, November 17 Electronic Press Kit (Soundbites/interviews, videos and images) (Atlanta, GA) On November 17, from 6 – 10 pm, five leading Atlanta artists will come together on one stage […]

NEXT, MARTA and Five Atlanta Artists Launch Campaign to Speak to the Impact of COVID-19 and the Racial Reckoning on Communities of Color

For Immediate Release:Monday, October 10, 2022Contact: P. Faith Carmichael, NEXT-Atlanta – 404-542-0326 – Link to campaign graphic Link to campaign video Campaign kicks off, September 19, with digital exhibit on billboards in and around MARTA stations Starting Monday, September 19th, Atlantans commuting near and around MARTA stations throughout the city will be treated to […]

The Art of Adaptation

UPNEXT: Carlos Andres Gomez The Art of Adaptation Read the Blog By P. Faith Carmichael and Jan’na Reed Introduction Carlos Andres Gomez is a man on a mission. The Colombian poet, actor and author arrived in Atlanta from New York City in the summer of 2019 – determined to bring his many gifts to bear in this […]

Atlanta’s Art Activists – On the Frontlines

Atlanta’s Art Activists on the frontlines Read the Blog By Michael C. Robinson In the throes of a global pandemic and national division, when humanity most needs community, there are artists, right here in Atlanta, on the cultural front lines battling to restore the collective psyche. Whether they are writing, painting or making music, these […]