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Preview: Memorial Drive conversation series at Emory’s Woodruff Library.

Our founding artist will participate in a panel conversation with writer Cynthia Perry and Atlanta artists working in temporary public art.  Join us on Thursday, April 6. Learn more here.

Hourglass Exhibition: ArtsATL interview

glo founding artist Lauri Stallings collaborated with Daniel Arsham for his Hourglass exhibition at the High Museum of Art. Learn more here in this interview with ArtsATL.

glo news: Bonding, Listening, Celebrating in 2017.   Check it out.

Hudgens Prize announcement: Burnaway

“Stallings was an Artadia awardee in 2014 and is a 2016/17 Working Artists Program Fellow at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.  Read here

Hudgens Prize announcement: ArtsATL

glo Founding artist Lauri Stallings is a 2017 Hudgens Prize finalist.

2016 Year in REVIEW: ArtsATL

“Stallings and her venerable glo movement artists…”, Year in Music.  Read here

“glo spent alot of this year in communities and outdoor sites in need of human interaction, ” Year in Dance. Read here

The Architecture Tourists Year in Pictures.  See here

 

Year in REVIEW: Atlanta-Journal Constitution

“The small but mighty…glo”.  Read the AJC’s Year in Review here.

Year in REVIEW:

 2016 at glo. We made it together. 

 

REVIEW: ArtsATL

“Spano and Stallings join forces to make joyful noise in cloth{field}.”
Read Mark Gresham and Cynthia Bond Perry’s REVIEW of cloth{field}.

REVIEW: Burnaway

glo debuts Movement Choirs at the Center for Civil and Human Rights. 
Read Burnaway’s REVIEW here.