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The title is long and the run is short. Still, 2020 Vision: A Multimedia Retrospective of Atlanta’s Collective Resistance in 2020 marks the debut of The Bakery Atlanta’s new south-downtown space. The four-day-only show, running today–Sunday (January 28–31), was curated via an open call and features work by Cam A Bee, Dajah Cain, Armando Chacon, Emmanuelle Chammah, Miguel Dominguez, Erin Drakeford, Morgan Drawdy, Madgalena Dumitrescu, Jackson Markovic and Lev Omelchenko. On view via donation-based timed tickets. 92 Peachtree St. N.E. (near Five Points and Underground Atlanta).


[ Table & Cloud ]a solo show by In Kyoung Chun, opens Saturday (January 30) and runs through March 20 at Blue Heron Nature Preserve in northeast Atlanta. It features a brief collection of work she’s done while quarantining.  Reservations for the opening (noon-5 p.m.) and thereafter HERE. 4055 Roswell Road N.E. 404.946.6394.


Flux Projects presents a talk and Q&A with Atlanta-based artist Charmaine Minniefield from The Gambia, where she continues her study of the ring shout, an African American spiritual practice with roots in West Africa predating American slavery. The ring shout figures prominently in Minniefield’s multiyear Flux project Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives, which honors 800-plus unmarked graves discovered in Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery. 3 p.m. February 4. Free. Registration required.

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