Local stories is a brand new digital exhibition in downtown Atlanta, delving into its rich history as told by locals. Using creative storytelling to present lesser-known facts about the area, eight Atlanta artists have each been asked to interpret local history through a visual lens, and they’re finally on display!
This superb exhibition was curated by EuGene V. Byrd III, Corey Oberlander and Lindsey Stapleton. They selected the artists to create this epic love letter to downtown atlantaincluding Alexis Childress, Na’iim Shareef, Na’iim Shareef, and more. For the complete list of artists involved in the project, click here.
Local stories is displayed on the digital panel at Margaret Mitchell Square (140 Peachtree Street NW). The works will be exhibited continuously from August to November 2022.
Digital art exhibits have started to become common in the ATL and are one of the many ways to experience art for free in our creative city. We’ll keep you up to date on all the amazing public and digital art experiences that come together in A-Town.
In the meantime, check out this roundup of ways to experience art in Atlanta for free. From free days at the High Museum of Art to street art and beyond, there’s something for everyone at the ATL.