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Interlaced: Celebrating Women's Work
From the venue:
The Bakery Atlanta proudly presents Interlaced: Celebrating Women's Work, a group exhibition on view March 3rd-10th, 2023 at The Bakery South Downtown.
This group exhibition is dedicated to fiber art and domestic handcrafts historically regarded as women’s work and not art. The themes of this show are inspired by the message and influence of feminist artists ranging from Judy Chicago's work during the Women’s Liberation Movement in the 1970's to contemporary artists working today like Bisa Butler.
Through an open call, The Bakery has curated a diverse show featuring quilting, embroidery, needlework, ceramics, and more.
Donation-based RSVP. Suggested $6- $16
~<span style="color:<span style="color">Opening reception"> Friday 3/3/23 @ 4pm - 9pm
Gallery hours: Saturday 3/4/23 @ 12pm - 4pm
Closing reception: Friday 3/10/23 @ 7 - 9pm
Gallery hours by appointment: Monday 3/6/23 - Wednesday 3/8/23
For appointments, please email hello at thebakeryatlanta.com 48 hours in advance.
Follow @thebakeryatlanta online for announcements coming soon including a full list of artists and workshop details.
All purchased artwork must be picked up immediately following the closing reception on Friday 3/10/23 @ 9pm-9:30pm or on Sunday, 3/12/23 @ 12pm - 2pm.
The Bakery South Downtown has a wheelchair accessible entrance and bathrooms.
Questions? Email us at hello at thebakeryatlanta.com
Street parking: free after 7pm and all day Sundays (otherwise paid $2.03/hr)
Paid decks nearby: 101 MLK // 76 Forsyth St // 15 Wall St (prices vary)
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