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You are invited! Next Friday October 19th: TCP's CONVERGENCE: Six Artists, One Space

The Creatives Project (TCP) announces its 2012 Annual Exhibition and Fundraiser: CONVERGENCE: Six Artists, One Space

Following a successful season, The Creatives Project is excited to present the next installment in its benefit exhibition series: CONVERGENGE: Six Artists, One Space Friday Oct. 19th 2012.

The work marks the growth and transitions of each Artist-in-Studio Resident during their first year of residency with TCP. After many hours of work in their studios, discussions, and mentorship they come together to share the progress of their work as they journey into their second year.

2011 Artist-in-Studio residents:

Jerushia Graham
Justin Rabideau
Brandon Sadler
Ashley L. Schick
Marcy Starz
Nikki Starz

TCP will also introduce and display the work of it’s newly named 2012 Residents

Gyun Hur
Andre Keichian
Masud “MAO” Olufani
Charlie Watts.

Collaborative musical performances by:

David Courtright
Omar Ferrer
Marian Harrison

Come experience this night in the spirit of celebration and philanthropy as TCP celebrates the past year and many successes. This event will 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

Support the Atlanta arts community!

Hosted by:
Kevin Cole
Felicia Feaster
Ben Goldman
Anthony Harper
Jay Higginbotham
Veronica Kessenich
Chris Melhouse
Laura Moody
Scott Pohl
Sheila Pree Bright
Laurel Rummel
Stuart Shapiro
Kelly Teasly

$20 ($15 presale/artists) includes open bar & light bites

Friday, October, 19th
8pm to 11pm
The Goat Farm Arts Center

Creative Loafing, Georgia Crown, Ormsby's, Trinity Productions &
The Goat Farm Arts Center


want to learn more about joining the host committee?

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We just made another BIG stride thanks to your help kickstarting us into the atmosphere last year!


Just wanted to check in and let you guys know that TCP is still kicking ass and taking names!

We are now the ONLY artist residency in ATLANTA to provide artists with HOUSING subsidies!

That's right! thanks to your help launching this project last year we are able to extend finanicial support to four more artists this year with subsidized housing grants AND studio space.

Yeah, you guys pretty much ROCK for helping us to get started... We just want you to know we are FOREVER grateful for your generosity.

MUCH LOVE for The Creatives Project Team!!!!

read the press release here AND read our interview with the artists here

the photo below: The new residents meeting for the first time at the site of Gyun's Beltline Installation. Left to Right: Charlie Watts, MAO, Andre Keichian, and Gyun Hur.

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What an amazing year!

A year ago this week we started a campaign, you funded our goals & we succeeded with your support!

Thank You.

Feb 4th 2011 was the inaugural launch of TCP's outreach programs. This year we placed our first six artists in free studio spaces and established mentorship programs with the youth of Jacob’s Ladder and One Love Generation. Exhibitions Jung at HeArt and The Second Coming attracted hundreds of people and exposed us all to a myriad of exciting performance and visual art forms. Our first annual city-wide arts supply drive provided vital provisions, enriching the arts education experiences of youth. To top it all off we received our official 501(c)3 status!

For 2012 our plans are even more far-reaching:

  • to award subsidized housing grants to at least two local artists as part of our artist-in-residency program
  • to create career support workshops for local artists through the growth of TCP's community education program
  • to provide further career support to our resident artists through a TCP exhibition schedule and programing for Art Basel Miami

Please consider supporting TCP again this year. With your help we can us reach our goals for 2012!

To volunteer, make a donation, and learn more about how your contributions help, please visit our support center. TCP and the arts community so greatly appreciate it!

With all my best,

Neda Abghari
Executive Director
The Creatives Project

For more info click our website links below:

"It is our mission to enrich and strengthen the local community through quality arts-based education and outreach, while celebrating and elevating the city's visual and performing artists."

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FRIDAY OCT 14th: The Second Coming a Benefit & Exhibition for TCP

The Creatives Project (TCP)  announces THE SECOND COMING, a haunting, evocative exhibition and benefit to be 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.”

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Following JUNG at HeART and a successful kickstarter campaign this winter, The Creatives Project is excited to present the next installment in its exhibition series: THE SECOND COMING.

Based on themes of resurrection, return and transformation, THE SECOND COMING will feature 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 will be 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).

Special musical and visual performances by The Big Up featuring members of Jack of Hearts and BOSCO and Branden M. Collins.

Come experience this night in the spirit of celebration and philanthropy. This event will 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

For more information on joining the host committee please e-mail

The Creatives Project (TCP)’s mission is to enrich and strengthen the local community through quality arts-based education and outreach, while celebrating and elevating the city’s visual and performing artists.



Friday October 14th 2011
8:00 pm- 12:00 am

The Goat Farm Arts Center
1200 Foster Street
Atlanta, GA 30318

$20/ $15 for artists

Admission grants cocktails courtesy of Grey Goose Vodka & bites by Westside Pie and Ormsby's