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5 Reasons To Vend At Atlanta Indie Market

Posted on in POP ATLANTA by Chandra Meadows

     The Atlanta Indie Market opens on the 4th Saturday of each month. The next market will open on December 23. We are currently accepting applications for vending. If you have thought about being a vendor at the market and still need a little help deciding if you should, look no further! We ha...
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Atlanta’s Art Scene Continues to Expand and Influence The Culture

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    Atlanta has been called many things, HOTlanta, black mecca, little Hollywood, etc. Those outside of Atlanta always try to compare it to whatever they have experienced in cities like Los Angeles and New York, however, Atlanta has always been in its own lane.   While many people have come to t...
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VENDORS WANTED!

Posted on in POP ATLANTA by Chandra Meadows

      Have you heard of the Atlanta Indie Market?   It’s only one of the dopest events that has been curated this year. The Atlanta Indie Market is the “community kickback” that happens every 4th Saturday of each month. It’s a space created for performers, vendors, culture enthusiasts, art conno...
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‘Making Africa’ At The High Museum of Art

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      Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design is the latest art exhibition to be presented at the High Museum in Atlanta. The exhibition showcase the artwork of over 120 designers and artists.   It puts the spotlight on the side of Africa that barely gets represented within the United ...
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3 Reasons To Support Cinco Day ATL

Posted on in POP ATLANTA by Chandra Meadows

  So, what is Cinco Day anyway? Cinco Day is a holiday curated by a dope group of people who wanted to create a space for creatives to thrive. It’s a monthly pop-up art party that happens on the 5th of every month, hence the title Cinco Day.   The last Cinco Day happened on Oct 5. The event was ...
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