12:23 pm October 18, 2010, by Howard Pousner
By Howard Pousner
Nato Thompson, chief curator of Creative Time — the temporarily public art presenter that created the vertical columns of light that shine yearly in Lower Manhattan in remembrance of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks (”Tribute in Light”) — will give a free talk at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center at 8 p.m. Tuesday.(10/19)
Thompson’s credits also include “Waiting for Godot in New Orleans,” a post-Katrina project in that city.
Presented with Flux Projects, which itself has brought a wave of temporary public art to Atlanta, it inaugurates a Contemporary Talks series featuring thinkers and doers in contemporary art and culture. 535 Means St. N.W., Atlanta. 404-688-1970, www.thecontemporary.org.
Comments are closed.
Previews, reviews and commentary on Atlanta\'s cultural scene
• The Atlanta 50: What to See and Do, our inside scoop on Atlanta’s vibrant cultural and leisure scene, including tips on parking, where you should go and best times to avoid big crowds. Order e-book guide today.
• The Atlanta 50: Where to eat, John Kessler's e-book and print guide to 50 of the top area restaurants.