Archive for October 2015

On The House – The Story of WonderRoot’s Pro-Bono Rebrand

It’s not every day that you are given something worth $100,000 for free—nor is it every day that you get to lend your talents to an organization that’s helping reshape the community you love. That’s the beauty of ‘On The House,’ a full-service brand identity project that’s awarded to one Atlanta nonprofit each year by…

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What Are People For – Public Art Walking Tour

What Are People For is a public art project to uplift the stories of the people involved in shaping Reynoldstown through 9 artistic markers. It is meant to honor the past and look forward to the future. On October 17th, there was an inaugural Public Art Walking Tour, highlighting the sense of community and history…

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New Gallery Show: Divine Zamir’s “(In)ter”

On October 9th, the WonderRoot Gallery hosted the opening reception for its new exhibition, (In)ter, a solo show by Divine Zamir. Zamir is a bold and empathetic re-emerging artist that is quietly finding a place for herself at the artist table. Albeit a newcomer to the world of art as an abstract artist, she has…

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Howardena Pindell Joins the WonderRoot Podcast

In this far ranging conversation for the WonderRoot Podcast, Mixed Media Artist Howardena Pindell joined Floyd Hall to discuss some impactful moments over her life and 50-plus year career, including important moments from her youth in Philadelphia, confronting racism and sexism in the professional art world, working as a curator at the Museum of Modern…

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