The Traveling Show is a 6-city public art investigation created by gloATL and Living Walls, planned for Fall 2013. Learn more about it and how you can support it at:
Saturday’s SHOP is an ongoing series of classes for non-dancers and dancers, taking place every 5 weeks at our process home of the Goat Farm Arts Center.
outside Goodson Yard
Goat Farm Arts Center
*grapefruit water will be served.
Saturday! A Public SHOP for non-dancers and dancers of all kinds. Come move with us, organize your bones and awaken your flesh.
Saturday’s SHOP will take place outside glo’s process home of Goodson Yard, on the grounds of the Goat Farm Arts Center.
Wear something comfortable: bare feet, socks and tennis shoes are all recommended.
Just one of so many memorable images from Wonderglo
May 28-31 glo’s Lauri Stallings premieres a new work in London at renowned Laban. “you may be my brother” was created in the fall, and has been touring Europe for 2 months, next stop Laban Theater!
Only 2 nights left!
Amanda Miller and CORE Performance premiere “A Liberated Accident” at the Goat Farm
Performances tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets $15/$25
Constructing tensions and experiences for personal encounters that are intimate with the potential for rupture and surprise in the urban space of a hotel.
Through the shared vision of Atlanta’s celebrated emerging arts organizations glo and WonderRoot, Wonderglo: the race will attract and connect the exceptional diversity of Atlanta in a risk-taking fashion.
Wonderglo - benefiting WonderRoot and gloATL.
The W, Midtown Atlanta
7-11 p.m., Saturday May 11.
Wonderglo is Saturday night! Jezebel magazine recommends it; the Atlanta Journal-Constitution calls it a way “to support two increasingly prominent Atlanta arts groups,” WonderRoot and gloATL.
With options ranging from a 3-course dinner and auction, to encounters with art and performance, to an after-party sponsored by Creative Loafing, there is something for every curious Atlantan to explore.
More info at www.wonderglo.org