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Howard Pousner


Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Howard:

Expansive ‘Andy Warhol’ exhibit at the High a modicum of artist’s output

“In the future,” Andy Warhol once famously said, “everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” Or maybe he said it. The source of that oft-quoted quote has been disputed in recent years. Andy, even though your fame grew for four decades, you were so disco ball-cool and enigmatic, sometimes it feels like we hardly knew ye. Now, Atlantans have the opportunity to know Warhol like never before, as… → Read More

Mixed reaction greets cancellation of 2016 Folk Fest in Norcross

Reaction has been mixed to last week’s announcement that Folk Fest 2016 has been canceled and that the massive show and sale of self-taught art and other uncategorizable funky stuff is unlikely to return. → Read More

Like Globetrotter legends before him, Big Easy has bounce in...

The world instantly seemed a less colorful place when full-court jester Meadowlark Lemon died just after Christmas at age 83. → Read More

An artful gift of ‘Love’ to support those subjected to domestic violence

Most Atlanta Ballet regulars know Alessa Rogers as a dynamic difference maker onstage. Now the dancer is quietly becoming one off stage, as well. She’s the organizer behind “Project Love ATL,” a first-time collaborative performance tapping top Atlanta music, theater, dance and visual artists... → Read More

Children’s Museum to reopen Dec. 12, and a look at two coming exhibits

Closed since August for an $8.2 million renovation, the Children’s Museum of Atlanta is announcing Thursday that it will reopen on Dec. 12. A participatory parade near the Centennial Park attraction and ribbon-cutting ceremony are being planned for the opening day celebration. → Read More

Photographer’s evocative ‘Alphabet’ results in book, Jackson Fine Art exhibit

Louisiana photographer Debbie Fleming Caffery is known as one of the South’s top documentary photographers, especially for her book and related exhibit, “Carry Me Home,” about her home state’s last generation of workers to harvest sugarcane by hand. → Read More

Atlanta Regional Commission extends deadline for arts leader training

The Atlanta Regional Commission has extended the application deadline to Oct. 30 for the spring 2016 Arts Leaders of Metro Atlanta class. The program was launched to develop leaders who share a sense of responsibility for supporting arts and culture across the metro area in the face of mounti... → Read More

glo launches first phase of two-year project at Atlanta Contemporary

glo founder-choreographer Lauri Stallings and her movement artists have officially launched one of the company's most ambitious works, “Search Engine. → Read More

Arts Notes: 13 honored with Governor’s Awards for the Arts, Humanities; C4 launches Hatch training project

The fourth annual awards recognized 13 individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to Georgia’s civic and cultural vitality, including Atlantans ... Susan V. → Read More

Party at Paradise Garden on Oct. 17 benefits restoration of northwest Ga. folk art environment

“See, I wanted this to be a garden where people could come into it and relax and feel like they’re free,” Georgia’s most famous and idiosyncratic folk artist, Framed and loose prints are among items stocked in the... → Read More

Art Notes: New date for Flux Night 2015; Beep Beep Gallery to close

Flux Night, the major Atlanta annual outdoor arts event that was postponed due to heavy rains on Oct. 3, has been rescheduled. Presenter Flux Projects has announced that Flux Night 2015: Dream will take place 7 p.m. to midnight Nov. → Read More

CORE to celebrate 30 years of dance in Atlanta with premiere at High Museum

Based in Atlanta and Houston, CORE Performance Company will kick off its 30th anniversary season of contemporary dance in a most public way, performing twice during the opening... → Read More

Atlanta artist to show how plastic waste in our oceans starts at home

Pam Longobardi, the 2013 winner of the $50,000 Hudgens Prize awarded by the Hudgens Center for the Arts for her work in turning plastic waste that floats on ocean currents into thought-provoking sculpture and installations, is making her environmental message hit home. → Read More

How ‘Indigenous Beauty’ exhibit of native art landed at Carlos Museum

“Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection,” the first major exhibit of Native American and Canadian First Nations art to be shown at Emory University’s Michael C. Carlos Museum, opens Oct. 10. → Read More

Upcoming Atlanta Celebrates Photography highlights to consider

So many great photography events, so little time. The Atlanta Celebrates Photography 2015 Festival Guide, out around town and online at festivalguide2015.acpinfo. → Read More

Emory library acquires collection of Jack Kerouac papers, photographs

The beat goes on for Emory University’s renamed Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, which announced Thursday that it has acquired a significant collection related to Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac. → Read More

Zuckerman Museum, Atlanta Contemporary add key staffers

Kennesaw State University’s Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art has appointed Sarah Higgins as curator. The Georgia native begins working with director of curatorial affairs Teresa Bramlette Reeves on Oct. 19. → Read More

Outdoor public art event Flux Night 2015: Dream postponed due to weather

Flux Night, one of Atlanta's biggest annual outdoor arts events planned for Saturday, has been postponed due to this week's ample rain and predictions for poor weather. A new date is expected to be announced soon by presenter Flux Projects for Flux Night 2015: Dream. → Read More

1,500 ceramic pots and sculpture, all for sale, at ‘Designed + Crafted,’ Oct. 2-4

Signature Gallery is presenting the second “Designed + Crafted,” a show and sale of more than 1,500 ceramic pots and sculpture. Featuring a dozen nationally recognized artists such as Warren MacKenzie of Minnesota and Kyle Carpenter and Josh Copus... → Read More

Rialto, Theatrical Outfit promote their ‘Arts Intersection’ downtown

The 26 new banners that hang high from poles along Forsyth and Luckie streets proclaim their crossing as "The Intersection of Great Theatre, Music, Art & Dance in Downtown Atlanta. → Read More