A look at THE SECOND COMING
Wanted to give folks a quick look at what a great event occurred at The Goat Farm on October 14th, 2011. TINDELMICHI and TCP presented THE SECOND COMING. Take a look and enjoy.
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THE SECOND COMING was a haunting, evocative exhibition and benefit held at The Goat Farm Arts Center in West Midtown on Friday, October, 14th from 8pm to Midnight.
“Listen, I tell you a mystery: We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed – in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet.”
Based on themes of resurrection, return and transformation, THE SECOND COMING featured works by esteemed artist duo: TINDELMICHI, new works by Amandine Drouet and Corrina Sephora Mensoff, and a video collaboration by Shana Robbins and Neda Abghari.
Also on display was the work of TCP’s newly named “Artists in Studio” Residents: Justin Rabideau, Brandon Sadler, Ashley Schick, Marcy Starz, Nikki Starz, Hannah Perner-Wilson, Margaret Hiden, Jerushia Graham and the work of the youth artists of One Love Generation (their mentees).
Visual design by The Big Up and Branden M. Collins. Collaborative musical performances featuring members of Jack of Hearts and BOSCO with special guest Lindsay Fisher.
In the spirit of celebration and philanthropy this evening was to support TCP’s continuing initiatives to provide more artists with studio space, exhibitions, and housing, as well as vital hands-on arts outreach to area youth.
“We have come a long way in a very short time with the Atlanta community’s belief in our mission. We are excited to put in motion the many programs that your support has made possible and look forward to building the organization and expanding our reach even further. THE SECOND COMING marks the next stage of TCP’s journey with you.” Neda Abghari, Executive Director