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.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

supra+natura, Saturday 7 to 10pm

supra + natura presents six mini-installations that directly explore or allude to the supernatural in the most open sense of the term. Curator, Rebecca Hanna, wanted to open the conversation to include the idea that the supernatural may be 'part of a larger nature'.

According to this view, held by process theorists, "supernatural" is not merely attributed to magic or religious experience, nor does it imply that a mystery is infinitely unsolvable. Instead, the term is applied to parts of nature that modern science and philosophy do not yet properly understand. The artists were asked to consider what is supernatural in their lives and how they reconcile the parts of human experience that are unexplainable and mysterious.

The artists are:

Truett Dietz (
Mike Germon (
Jennifer Morris
Jim O'Donnell (
Sarah Shipman (
Caroline Worth

Friday, September 9, 2011

Trashwater Tee Breakout happening tomorrow

Trashwater has partnered with Fallen Arrows and several of Atlanta's finest artists including Joe Tsambiras, Ash Lethal, Travis Smith, Catlanta and many more tTrashwatero create a new line of tees. We're proud to host the launch event to help them raise money for future clean water initiatives.

The amazing Book Club and The Viking Progress will be performing live and Good Food Truck will be serving up Poodles and other delicious treats. One of their sponsors Pabst will be making sure we don't run out of PBR's. So, come out, see their new shirts, meet the artists, enjoy some fabulous music, food, and $2 PBR's and support Trashwater's efforts to provide innovative clean water solutions in developing nations.

Their tees are printed on American Apparel shirts and will be available for purchase online at after the event. All proceeds go to their work in Nicaragua and Egypt.

This will also be the last weekend to check out "Informaladies" by Emily Maxwell. We hope to see you there!