MINT Gallery is a 501(c)3 non-profit community oriented art gallery located at 145 B Sampson Street in Atlanta, GA's Old Fourth Ward. Behind the Irwin Street Market, look for the orange door.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Thanks y'all

We are so thankful for and amazed by the turnout for the Postcard exhibit on Friday. Much love to everyone who braved the cold to see our new space and check out the art.

We've got a little write up in the GSU newspaper here.

This Friday we're hosting the FORM 2010 Release Party for WE Design. It's free and open to the public and will include a gallery featuring the work of FORM: 2010 artists, a cover design competition and a used book sale to benefit WE Design Atlanta and MINT. Softcover copies of FORM: 2010 will also be available for sale.

After that, we'll be taking some time off to recuperate and enjoy the holidays. We'll see you again in January!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

All good things must come to an end

And so goes MINT Classic. We are moving onto bigger (not really) and better (really) things. To help get you in the mood, here's a little promo put together by our good friend Raymond Carr.

We've got the 5th Annual Postcard Pinup Show happening on Friday and it will also be a celebration of our move. We'll start the night at 8pm with an informal procession/parade from MINT Classic to New MINT. Our new address is:

145B Sampson Street
Atlanta, GA 30312

Then the party will go on until we say it's time to go home or until someone pukes on the couch in the office.

See you soon!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

We are celebrating our relocation tonight


Yep, we're moving. We like to call the new space "MINT 2: A Royal Engagement".

Come hear Lille, The Shepherds, Living Rooms and a lullaby set from Andre and Ryan of Book of Colors.

Refreshments provided by Asahi.

Say goodbye and wish us well on our move. We love you all.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

yART Sale - today and tomorrow!

Come get yourself some cheap art! We'll be at 1118 Colquitt Avenue today and at the gallery tomorrow. 12-6pm both days. See you soon!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

November and December

Thanks to everyone to stopped by Nikita's opening on Saturday. Amazing turnout, awesome music from Bosco, and lots of love. You can read more about the exhibit here and here and you can listen to an interview with Nikita and Erica here.

We're gearing up for the big move to the new space in December so we've planned a last few events to bid a proper farewell to the current space.

First, is our yART Sale on November 20th and 21st to get rid of all the art and random items we've accumulated over the years. If you're an artist who's left work here at some point, please come grab your work before then! Otherwise, it will be sold and all proceeds will go to facilitate our move. On the 20th, the sale will be at:

1118 Colquitt Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

And on the 21st it will be at the gallery:

684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Unit B
Atlanta, GA 30312

Second, we've got a big closing party planned for November 27th. We'll have music from Lille and Living Rooms, a lullaby set from Book of Colors along with refreshments from Asahi.

Then, on December 3rd, we'll have our first opening in the new space! It will be our 5th Annual Postcard Pinup Show and everyone is invited to participate. This event is a great, low pressure way to get artwork in front of the MINT staff. Email erica@mintatl.org for submission info.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Tomorrow - BOOLESH1T

On Saturday, November 6th, MINT is proud to present "BOOLESH1IT" from Nikita Gale.

The show is an exploration of the evolution of the relationship between humanity and technology. The work presented in this exhibition seeks to explore the inherently fleeting nature of being human and how human beings cope both physically and psychologically with the rapidly expanding influence and permanence of digital technology wit...hin modern human civilization. Itʼs an exploration of how the human mind negotiates the massive proliferation of information in a visually-driven, post-literate age.

The name for the show “BOOLESH1T” was inspired by George Boole, creator of Boolean arithmetic. Boolean arithmetic is a mathematical system which precipitated the development of Boolean logic, a system used in electronics that spawned the creation of virtually every digital device and website on the Internet. The Internet has gone from being a source of information and social interaction to becoming a source of, well, a lot of superfluous... “SH1T”. BOOLESH1T is ultimately a visual investigation that seeks to answer questions like “How can we as human beings continue to lead meaningful, fulfilling existences in a world that is inevitably hurtling toward complete digital automation?”

“How has this overflow of information provided by the Internet affected the ways that we think and interact with others?”
”Are we becoming less compassionate?”
”Are we growing less aware of our physical selves and our surroundings?”

The gallery space will be transformed into an interactive physical and visual manifestation of the artistʼs interpretation of the Internet. The show will feature traditional photographic prints as well as photo-based installations and mixed media works.

For more information, visit here.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Tonight - Future Party!

There's not much we can say about this event other than come disguised, come with henchmen, come with death beams and rocketships for the inevitable escape.

Also, there will be music from Ricer, Zano and Eiliyas. Don't miss it.

Friday, October 22, 2010

MINT is moving!

We are pleased to announce the upcoming relocation of the gallery and art center from 684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Unit B to 145B Sampson Street, Atlanta, GA 30312.

“The new space is a bit more manageable and a step in the direction of a traditional gallery. It also offers more outdoor flexibility and is even more accessible to the Beltline,” says Gallery Manager Mike Germon. The relocation will allow for a more secluded event space and a more diverse spectrum of programming while remaining in the same, creative Old 4th Ward neighborhood.

The final exhibit in the current space will be “BOOLESH1T” from Nikita Gale, opening on November 6th. There is a closing party for the exhibit and the space scheduled for November 27th. It will feature refreshments and music from local bands; the lineup and other information will be announced at a later date. The first exhibit in the new space will be MINT’s 5th Annual Postcard Pinup Show on December 3rd, a non-curated exhibit open to all creatives.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

The Chronicles of Follicles - Chapter 2

MINT is proud to host a photography series by Travis and Nate Dorn, that chronicles the stories of a few select men, with beards, doing "man-things" like digging a hole, cutting hair, taming fire, or eating steak in the bathtub. The photos are dramatically shot, fun and maybe even a little disturbing. The subjects are men with notable beards. Some are in well-know bands, others are great filmmakers, editors, outlaws, or famous artists.

Accolades for "The Chronicles of Follicles"(aka the Man-Beard photo project):

The overall series received an Honorable Mention in the 2009 International Photography Awards (out of 18,000 submissions worldwide).

"The Cult Leader" photo received a top Nominee title in the 4th Annual Photography Masters Cup Color Awards (another international competition).
P.S. The piece won in the "Nude Category".

Please join us for a fun night of community, networking, and some "Dorn-Good" art!

"You cannot grow a beard in a moment of passion." G. K. Chesterton

"Of the seven dwarves only Dopey had a shaven face This should tell us something about the custom of shaving." Tom Robbins"

"Kissing a man with a beard is a lot like going to a picnic. You don't mind going through a little bush to get there!" Minnie Pearl

"He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man." William Shakespeare

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Bellury Kills...tonight!

Our co-founder and partner in crime has been hard at working organizing his first solo exhibit in quite some time. It's a collection of strange artwork that showcases the mystic realms of magic, the mutagenic evil minds of the ninja turtle villains, and an assorted anthropomorphic assembly. This show will blow your socks off.

Posters, T-shirts, paintings, drawings, 3D creations, jewelry, engravings, and more.

One night only! Don't miss it.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

WHAM at the Goat Farm...tonight!

Our end-of-summer throwdown, WHAM: Wet Hot American Mixer is happening at The Goat Farm starting at 5 p.m. and lasting all night long! In partnership with WE Design Atlanta, we're bringing you the best way to say farewell to summer.

WHAM will feature a summer-themed art gallery curated by yours truly and live performances from Tracer Metula, Eclectic Roots Ensemble, Pyramidal Prisms, The King Congregation and DJs Tom and Rusty from Noni’s “Common Sense/Nonsense” Saturday night dance parties.

We will have plenty of yummy treats courtesy of The Good Food Truck, the Sugar Dolls and our very own corn on the cob bar. Feel free to knock down a cold one thanks to Asahi! If that weren’t enough, we’ve got a pool tournament, beer pong competition, water balloon dodgeball, 80’s costume contest and much more, with awesome prizes for the winners!

We would like to extend a heartfelt and huge thank you to the following organizations for their generosity and support!

The Goat Farm, Asahi Beer USA, SOHO Office-Atlanta, Octane Coffee Westside, Salon Red Candler Park, Hop City Craft Beer and Wine, YoungBlood Gallery, WonderRoot, Urban Pl8, Creative Loafing Atlanta and BurnAway.org and Dashboard Co-Op.

This event is $5 and is open to 18+, we can’t wait to see everyone!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Thanks Atlanta!

We are very proud to announce that we won Critics Pick for Best Underground Art Space and Readers Pick for Best Opening and Best Art Exhibit in a Gallery in the 2010 Best of Atlanta in Creative Loafing!

Thanks to all the readers who voted and the wonderful staff at CL for putting it all together. Come celebrate with us at The Goat Farm this Saturday!

Looking forward to a great 2011.

Best of Atlanta 2010

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Open tonight from 6 to 8!


We're open tonight to take submissions for WHAM (Wet Hot American Mixer) happening this coming Saturday. Stop by between 6 and 8 to drop off your work or to see the Dreamer Boy Dan exhibit and have a beer.

WHAM will feature music from local bands and DJs, games, a corn on the cob bar, street food vendors and more! Doors are at 5pm at the Goat Farm.

We'll see you soon!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Artwork drop offs, pick ups and everything in between

Hey y'all,

We're open today from 3 to 6 if you'd like to drop off artwork for the Wet Hot American Mixer party happening next Saturday at the Goat Farm. If you can't make it today, do not fear! We'll also be open on Wednesday evening from 6 to 8pm.

If you purchased anything from our last couple of events (Nevermind the Lines, Dreamer Boy Dan, our fundraiser at WonderRoot) you can grab that stuff today as well.

We've been having lots of meetings with different art folks (and Terry Gilliam) and we've got some exciting plans for the coming year. If you've got an exhibit in mind that you'd like to have at the gallery, send Mike (the gallery manager) an email at mike@mintatl.org.

If you have a chance tonight, stop by Convergent Frequencies (a pop up gallery put together by i45) happening right around the corner. I (Erica) had a chance to see it last night and you really shouldn't miss it.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Now accepting applicatons for winter interns.

We are currently accepting applications for our winter internship which runs from October through December. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
  • assisting the gallery manager with installing and uninstalling exhibits
  • potential curatorial opportunities at our gallery and partner venues
  • marketing, outreach and grantseeking
  • working with our in house record label to book music events, etc.
  • doing gallery hours, assisting with events, etc.
Interested parties should email erica@mintatl.org for more info and the application packet. We look forward to hearing from you!

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Call for Artists!

MINT and WE Design are looking for artwork in any medium/size for our joint end of the Summer party called WHAM or Wet Hot American Mixer. This party is inspired by the cult film Wet Hot American Summer and will be hosted at the Goat Farm on September 25th. The artwork must be an interpretation of "What I Did On My Summer Vacation..." Think big juicy hotdogs, wet t-shirts, sweaty concerts, exotic travels, camping, cleaning tar balls of the Gulf, sitting at home watching Netflix Instant Queue, or working your ass off, the possibilities are limitless!

MINT/WE Design will be receiving 50% of art sales. Please label the back of your artwork with your name, contact info (phone number and e-mail), and price.

All artwork should be dropped-off at MINT on Sunday, September 19th between 3 and 6pm or on Wednesday, September 22nd between 6 and 8pm. If neither of those times work, please call (404) 946-8982 to set up a time for your drop off.

For Googling references, MINT’s address is:

684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Unit B, Atlanta, GA, 30312

If you have any further questions or comments, feel free to contact Mike Germon (MINT’s Gallery Manager) at mike@mintatl.org, or give us a call.

The party will also feature games, music, a corn on the cob bar, and more! We're expecting at least 300 attendees so this is a great way to get your name out to a large group of people.

We look forward to seeing your work!

Friday, August 27, 2010

Dreamer Boy Dan tonight!

Dreamer Boy Dan is the collaborative work of poets, painters, and musicians from Atlanta, Savannah, and Brooklyn building a collective lucid dream.

An exhibition of paintings and a live performance by the ten member band opens August 27th.

In the spirit Grimm's Fairy Tales, insomnia, and the collective unconscious Dreamer Boy Dan is a gothic fairy tale swirling through a parade of original chimera and contemporary nightmares.

Creators Nic*Rad and Brock Scott began working together while Rad attended the Savannah College of Art and Design, and Scott studied at SCAD Atlanta-- the duo enlisted ten eerily talented musicians to help complete the vision.

The show will be up through September 19. The team hopes to continue with the Dreamer Boy Dan series of nightmares until someone wakes them up, semi violently.

Learn more here.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Nevermind the Lines Press on PurgeATL

We were so proud to be a part of this!

Stay tuned. We'll have updates on the Dreamer Boy Dan exhibit happening this Friday.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Saturday, July 31st - Gather Atlanta!

Continuing the dialogue amongst emerging creative organizations in the metro Atlanta area, GATHER ATLANTA is back for the Second Annual Creatives Conference to be held Saturday July 31st, at Trees Atlanta from 6:30-10pm. Presented by BURNAWAY, MINT, ThoughtMarker and WonderRoot, GATHER ATLANTA 2010 is a conference promoting and facilitating collaboration between Atlanta’s independent and emerging galleries, creative collectives and non-profits.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network, learn about a cross section of visual and performing arts groups, discover new cultural offerings and learn how they can support their local artists as well as metro Atlanta creative industries through volunteerism and active participation. In addition to these opportunities, there will also be a panel discussion, curated by Jeremy Abernathy of BURNAWAY focusing on the topic of “Art and the Public Sphere”.

Participants include: BURNAWAY, MINT, WonderRoot, ThoughtMarker, Beep Beep Gallery, YoungBlood Gallery and Boutique, Kibbee Gallery, Eyedrum, B-Complex, The Photographer's Print Studio, Plaza Theatre, Relapse Theatre, PushPush Theater, Out of Hand Theater, Twinhead Theatre, ASIFA-Atlanta, WE Design, Wren's Nest, i45, Westside Arts District, MondoHomo, SAAS, Dashboard Co-Op, Purge ATL, The Avant Guardian, Picaflor Studios, Railroad Earth, Atlanta Printmaker’s Studio

Sponsors include: SOHO Office-Printing Dunwoody, Bang! Arts Management and Promotions, PBR, Lotus Cleanse

Doors at 6pm, FREE and open to the public.

We'll see you there!

Monday, July 19, 2010

MINT's 3rd Annual Fundraiser - hosted by WonderRoot on Saturday, July 24


Music from The Back Pockets, Roman Photos, Social Studies, Buffalo Bangers, and Muleskinner MacQueen

Vintage clothing from PonyUp!

A Magical Merlin Polaroid Photobooth

and of course, artwork from Sam Parker, Jason Travis, Harold McNaron, Nikita Gale and more! Art will be sold via silent auction throughout the month of July and the winners can take home their pieces during the closing party on the 24th.

Help MINT keep doin' it's thang for the rest of 2010. We love you guys!

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Saturday, June 3rd - AMERICA, a patriotic group show curated by Ben Goldman

An amazing group exhibit featuring art inspired by our beloved country. Come out and salute the flag, have a PBR, and be proud to be an American. Each artist created a piece about their feelings and views on our great democratic republic. Come to the show! It's fun, it's free and It's your civic duty. Support the Arts.

Featuring work created by some of America's finest citizens: Tindel and Michi, Sam Parker, Stephanie Dowda and John Paul Floyd, Brandon Crawford, Bethany Collins, Teresa Bramlette Reeves, Ashley Anderson, Jessica Scott Felder, Mike Germon,Brandi Supra, Erin Bassett, Jim O'Donnell, Chris Walter, Katy Malone, Andrew Cho, InKyong Chun, Katie Coleman, James McConnell, Paul Rodecker, Claire Paul, Bean Summer, Baxter Crane, Preston Snyder, Jessica Orlowski, Don Robson, Travis Smith, Andrea Sanders, Jimmy Alvarez, Marcy Starz, Kelly O'Brien, Beau Torres, Edward Smucgyz, Edie Gonzales, Nikki Grote, Jessica Miller, Mike Devine, Egg Tooth, Ben Goldman and many many more.

Opens at 7, goes late.  See you there!

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Tonight! Living Walls Art Auction and Benefit - 7 pm til we go home


We are very excited to be hosting a benefit for the Living Walls Conference that is happening August 13th-15th.  The conference is focused on street art and its role in engaging public space.  The organizers have invited a whole slew of accomplished artists who are very ready to participate.  They just need a little cash to make it all happen.  So, you should come out tonight, have a drink, bid on some art, buy a raffle ticket and have a good ole time.  Doors open at 7 pm and we aren't going home til we've raised a million dollars.  See you there!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Summer Internship applications due on Friday, June 25th!

Summer internship applications are due this Friday. We still have a couple of slots open. Send erica@mintatl.org an email if you are interested in applying!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

PonyUp! Debut Vintage Trunk Show, June 19th


We were so very sad to see Loren (aka Southern Dropout) move back to NYC but we're excited to welcome PonyUp! to MINT. Pony Up! is a vintage clothing business that began as an outlet for two best friends' (Marji and Jacqueline) passion for style, travel, and vintage threads. They offer unique, superior, quality vintage clothing and feature a selection of international vintage.

The sale this weekend will feature:
Great vintage clothing! (international vintage and other fly things.)
Sounds provided by DJ Zano
Seductive Sangria and ice cream cupcakes- delicously sweet!
Alright y'all Pony Up!

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Everything Must Go, June 12th!!

Closing party for "Solid Gold"
9:30 till the walls are empty

The Cheap Paper Collective's exhibit comes down after this weekend, so stop by and have a drink with us. If you haven't seen the show yet or you want to make an offer on that piece you saw last time but didn't purchase, tonight would be the night. We're not leaving until MINT's walls are bare. That's right, Everything Must Go! Make us an offer!

Check out the Facebook event for RSVP and more details.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Tonight! Walk to Run Music


Tracey and Travis have lined up some great music tonight.

We'll have Hungry Hungry Humans, Lille and Mice in Cars performing.

Doors open at 8:30pm and the music starts at 9pm. Only $4 to get in and we will have the donation bar ready!

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Beltline Party After Party Tonight!


Instead of our regular 3 to 6 hours today, we'll be open from 8 to 11 for a Beltline Party After Party. Stop by and see "Solid Gold" by the Cheap Paper Collective, have a drink and check out the art on the Beltline (from the Paper Twins) right outside our door!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Friday, June 4, 2010

Artlantis! Saturday, June 5th, 10am-7pm

So very excited that we can participate in this year's Artlantis Festival (organized by some of our favorites over at Beep Beep Gallery). Last year the event coincided with Gather Atlanta (which is on July 31st this year - mark your calendars!) so we weren't able to be as involved as we would have liked.

This year's event features affordable art by local emerging artists, music by some of Atlanta's most compelling musical acts, a full craft market, and some fellow arts organizations!

Bands include Carnivores, Thy Mighty Contract, Abby Go Go, El Fossil, Mermaids, Lindsay Appel, Buffalo Bangers, Mule Skinner MacQueen, and the Black and White District.

Time:
Saturday June 5th
10:00am - 7:00pm

Location:
Druid Hills Baptist Church (Corner of Ponce and Highland)
1085 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30306

The MINT table will have new t shirts designed by Emily Maxwell and will feature art from Sam Parker, Jason Travis, Chris Diamond, Matthew Manning, Sean Fahie, Nikita Gale, and more!

Instead of being open our normal Saturday hours, we'll be at the festival.

Come meet Mike and Erica and some of the interns!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Walk to Run Music at MINT - Friday, May 28th


Start Memorial Day weekend with music presented by Walk to Run. R. Garcia, The Holland Dutch and The Goldest will all be playing. Doors at 8:30, cover is only $4 and we'll have the donation bar. See you there!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Preview of "Solid Gold" in Creative Loafing

Check out this preview of "Solid Gold" written by Wyatt Williams. We hope to see you at the opening!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

"Solid Gold" by the Cheap Paper Collective - This Saturday, May 22nd


From member Larissa Erin Greer:

"Just a few short months after our initial exhibition, The New Alchemy, the collective is busily preparing for our second collaborative show: Solid Gold. The goal of our first exhibition was to show how the work of individual artists could coexist within a side-by-side grouping of multifunctional interdisciplinary works. Our upcoming show is focused on the idea that the same group of individuals can shift that energy to collaborate on a singular interdisciplinary installation.

The formation of our group was a direct reaction to a rough economic climate – we worked together to support one another amidst shrinking art budgets, loss of employment, rising supply costs, and a local art community that was shuttering gallery doors and cutting creative jobs left and right. We were forced to bring our artistic practices down to the very essence of what we wanted to share with others, which brought up a discussion littered with ideas of worth and value, failed systems of commerce and patronage, and everyday people starving for some kind of positive mental stimulation to inspire them through hard times.

The installation itself is an explosion of paper, sound, performance and new media. The opening and closing receptions are essentially giant “happenings,” with the participating artists on hand for performances, the creation of on-the-spot original commissioned works and plenty of patron-to-artist dialogue. We are providing art, but also an intriguing, all-encompassing experience.

We are inviting Atlanta’s community to check their financial stresses at the door, and to take some time to participate in the idea of pure experience, human connection and free exchange. Viewers are invited to interact with the installation, selecting pieces from it to take home with them, and ultimately shaping the installation itself. The artists have chosen to encourage new forms of patronage by rejecting the idea of pricing artwork, and opening up to consider any and all forms of payment and barter that participants bring to the table. Make us an offer. We want you to engage with us, and take home your own piece of Solid Gold. "

Cheap Paper is: Emma Adair, Katie Coleman, Patrick Davis, Jane Garver, Robin Gillis, Larissa Erin Greer, Joe Karg, Kelly McKernan, Meriam Salem, Geoffrey Smith, and Amy Yochum

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Friday Night...Music Night


Walk to Run Records has a great line up for tomorrow's music night. Just a reminder to you, doors open at 8:30 and music starts at 9pm. Also, there is a cover charge of only $4. That's super cheap for 3 awesome bands!

RSVP for the event and we hope to see you there!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

"Raw and Fearsome"

Opening Saturday May 1st
8-11pm

Erin Bassett of the Plastics Aztecs will be in the gallery with awesome new work concerning fear and our reactions to it. "Raw and Fearsome" implies big, loud, deadly, uncooked, rough and powerful...hence our excitement about the show.

Quick info about Erin; she is an Atlanta native who, along with her art collective, founded SuperFuturism. She hopes to develop super-time consciousness powers and to proliferate the de-conception of time through exercises in simultaneous time-thought perspectives.

We have the event on Facebook for you so click away and RSVP.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Just a quick one...

Hi all! Are you ready for the weekend?

Just wanted to show you guys a few things about our current show, "We Are Going to Eat You, Too".


Oh, and a reminder...we have a fundraiser party happening this Saturday. Please show your support for Atlanta art and film.

Thanks guys and have a great Friday!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Ready, Steady, Go!

First off, MINT wants to thank Eric Weber for the superb job of master curator of the recent show "We Are Going to Eat You, Too". The gallery looks great...and if you didn't get a chance to see it, the show will be up for another week. Here's the set on flickr, and if you've taken some photos let us know. We love to see you guys excited about the art.

This is what we've got planned for you guys this weekend. It's going to be fun!

Friday: We have another wonderful music show brought to you by Walk to Run Records. Travis and Tracey of WTR have been doing an amazing job and I'm really excited about the bands playing this time around.


Doors open at 8:30 and the music starts at 9pm. Cover charge is only $4 and we will have the donation bar stocked and ready.

Saturday: We are throwing a fundraiser party for the local indie film, Thrall. There will be a cover charge of $5, and all proceeds go to the production of the film. Wait, there's more...there will be raffles, giveaways, great music, and Jello shots! If that doesn't sound like a good time, I don't know what does! So come out and hang with the MINT gang as well as the cast & crew of Thrall.

Have a lovely week and we hope to see you this weekend!

Friday, April 16, 2010

Check it out!

We want to first bring your attention to the issues facing the GCA. Please take action and do what you can to keep the GCA going.

Secondly, take a look at the press for our upcoming show on Saturday, April 17th. Help support your local art community and visit us tomorrow night, 8-11pm.



Thanks!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

MINT Presents "We Are Going to Eat You, Too"


Opening Saturday April 17th 8-11pm

Eric Weber visits us again with a sequel to his highly successful and entertaining "We Are Going to Eat You" show that debuted in 2009.

Weber is curating this eclectic show featuring all new artwork from local Atlanta artists, as well as artists from all over the country. Each piece is inspired by the world of cult cinema, either a genre or a specific film. So it's certain that there will be some unusual things hanging on our walls, and we can't wait for you guys to see.

Here's the Facebook event so you can RSVP. We hope to see you there!

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Last Chance for "Working Class Heroes"

Stop by MINT today between 3-6 for your last chance to see "Working Class Heroes",  a photography exhibit organized by 4th Ward Heroes.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

WTR's MINT Music for April

The first of Walk to Run Records' concerts at MINT Gallery for April will be this Friday, April 9th (doors at 8:30) and will feature Chicken & Pigs, Budapest, and Fader Vixen.  It's also a good chance to check out our current show "Working Class Heroes," photography by five local artists and organized by 4th Ward Heroes.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

"Working Class Heroes"


Opening this Saturday 27th 8-11pm

A photography show presented by 4th ward heroes featuring photographic work by Atlanta artists ranging in subject matter and style. Music will be provided by Baron Saturday of Judi Chicago. Celebrate Spring and party with us!

Check out the Facebook event for more details and RSVP.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Pardon Our Progress

Unfortunately, MINT Gallery's old web site (mintgallery.org) has been abandoned due to some complications with our domain. While MINT redesigns our new and improved web site, please use mintgallery.blogspot.com as your source for updates and info about MINT Gallery.