May 1st, 2013

Episode 66: Jody Fausett

Jody Fausett is an Atlanta-based photographer whose work primarily features his family in their homes, which he transforms into dark, surreal settings. Fausett grew up in North Georgia, went to school in Atlanta, and spent many years living in New York and shooting commercial and fashion photography. Throughout it all, Fausett has been continually drawn back to his family as his primary subjects. 

Topics include: the Nexus biennial, working in a NYC design studio, Fausett’s book “Second Place,” and paying the bills. 


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 Out There Atlanta is sponsored by BurnAway.organ online art magazine for engaged dialogue about the arts.

Music for this podcast was provided by M.S.I.F.



"Wake Up Alive" from series "Snake Eyes," 2008


"Red" from series "Unfinished Business," 2011


"Pale Pink" from the series "Million Years," 2013


Photo of Jody by Bret Busch

All images courtesy of Jody Fausett


January 22nd, 2013

Coming atcha tomorrow: an interview with Dashboard co-op artist Mike Stasny

We’re also announcing an exciting new collaboration for Out There Atlanta tomorrow. Stay tuned!

February 20th, 2012

Atlanta arts magazine BurnAway is throwing their first ArtCrush BASH this Saturday, February 25th at 7 Stages in Little Five Points. It’s going to be a great time, and is a crucial part of their fundraising. Part of the event is an auction of dates with Art Crushes, including some folks you may recognize from our podcasts. In case you missed it, here’s our interview with the founders of BurnAway. Come out and support a great cause!

January 24th, 2012

"Untitled " by Kathryn Chanaberry (The Lovett School), 12th grade

On Wednesday, January 25, “A Brush With Fame” opens at the Pace Academy Fine Arts Center. The exhibit, sponsored by BINDERS Art Supplies and Frames, will feature artwork by 50 students from 12 Atlanta-area schools. For more information, check out their website and go see some artwork by Atlanta’s talented youth!

“A Brush with Fame” will be on display in the Pace Academy Fine Arts Center Jan. 25 through Feb. 5, 2012, located at 966 W. Paces Ferry Road, NW, Atlanta 30327

August 31st, 2011

Episode 12: Flux Projects

In this episode we interviewed Anne Dennington, the Executive Director of Flux Projects.  Flux Projects is a non-profit that helps artists bring art to the people in creative and temporary ways (you might recognize their work from the Rise Up installation or some of their other cool stuff, like flute and video around town).  

Listen or download here or download us directly from itunes.

Topics include:

community engagement, Secrets of Atlanta, the role of the arts in the community, ways to get involved, and poetry on roadside signs.

If you’re interested in the arts in Atlanta, or just interested in community-engaging arts that push past traditional gallery boundaries, this podcast is for you!  You can find Flux on twitter and facebook.

Homesick by Jeff Demetriou and Fake Love

Hive Consciousness, by Allen Peterson

Exquisite Corpse by Medeology Collective

(Photos courtesy of Flux Projects)

August 29th, 2011

What’s all the fuss about?

The Collective Project, Inc. in action, photo courtesy of Flux Projects.   Podcast with Flux Projects dropping on Wednesday.

August 28th, 2011

It’s art you want?

It’s art you’ll get.  The next podcast (Wednesday) is with Flux Projects.

August 24th, 2011

Episode 11: EVEREMAN, the art of the gift

In this week’s episode we interviewed Atlanta street-artist EVEREMAN in his workshop.  If you haven’t already seen his work around town a major piece will soon be on display as part of the Art on the Beltline project.

Download or listen here or look us up on itunes.

topics include:

The history of street art, the art of the gift, guerrilla art, and the importance of cooperation over competition.

Scenes from the workshop:

Some of the earliest stencils:

Enjoy the podcast and if you find a piece, pass it on!

If you’re looking for more websites with stuff on graffiti, Evereman recommends Streetela.

If you have good pics of Atlanta graffiti and street art, why not upload them on our facebook album?  It’s open for sharing. 

August 15th, 2011

Have you seen the set-up for Elevate / Art Above Underground yet?  Get off at the Five Points Marta station and head to upper Alabama St. to check out the action and keep an eye on for details. 


Chris Chambers stands atop her vinyl creation designed to look like water at the Underground. Finally, Atlanta residents can walk on water! All part of the progress for Elevate: Art Above Underground currently under construction. Click on the image to see more pictures of the progress.

Reblogged from BURNAWAY
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