Inspired: A  NAPCP Gallery Event

Thursday, April 27

Park Studios
690 Miami Circle, Ste. 600

View more than 100 entries from both amateur and professional photographers for The National Association of Professional Child Photographers’ (NAPCP) inaugural creative print competition. The Gallery reception will be followed by a business and pricing Intensive course. Tickets are $25 for non-contestants and $10 for entrants.

 

Lunchtime in the Studio

Thursday April 27

CORE Studios
139 Sycamore Street

Core Dance offers a chance to have a close-up look at how contemporary dance is crafted. Allow yourself to experience how culture, art, and collaboration can work in harmony to produce something compelling and creative. This event is free and includes lunch.

 

Urinetown

Through Saturday, April 29

Act3 Productions
6285-R Roswell Road

Experience this three-time Tony award-winning musical following a hero’s quest to give a city their rights to use the restroom again after a government-ban on private toilets. This unusual satire on capitalism, corporate mismanagement and populism is sure to make for a ludicrous and comedic night.

 

2nd Annual ATL Art Party

Saturday, April 29

Le Fais do-do
1611 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW

Artists of all kinds, this event is for you. Gain exposure and build networks by coming out and meeting the next generation of up and coming philanthropists and artists alongside their amazing local artwork. Ticket prices range from $15-$100 and all proceeds go to benefit UNICEF programs.

 

Empowering Black Women Beyond the Blues Tour

Saturday, April 29 – Sunday, April 30

Apex Museum
135 Auburn Ave

Empowering Black Women Beyond the Blues Tour presents “Karen Moore’s Poetik Blues: A Sistah’s Story.” Through the medium of spoken word and original music, this event will chronicle the struggle experienced by black women everywhere. Tickets are $20.