I've been trying to get in the spirit of doing more things around my city. It's crazy that although I've lived here all my life there are still tons of places I've never been to yet. Lots of new places and lots of old places that I'm almost ashamed of admitting to never visiting. (i.e. the historic Coca Cola Company). I don't know, I guess when you've lived in a place so long you always kinda figure you have all the time in the world to go but sometimes that just never happens. I'm working on changing that.
I love the arts, all mediums. I've probably visited The High only a handful of times - usually intrigued by specific exhibits which sparked my recent trip. I left inspired as always and just wanted to share a few photos. If you're in the Atlanta area you should definitely check it out. Enjoy!
Hale Woodruff's Murals at Talladega College
Depiction of the rise of blacks from slavery to freedom
Daniel Arsham "Hourglass" Exhibit
"Hourglass" by Daniel Arsham
The display features a dim room full of basketballs
A cute little house structure outside of the museum
A small unbound Qur'an written in Arabic script Maghrbi. Which was used in North Africa, Spain and Sicily in 1600.