Project Description

Red Hill River (of brotherhood)

social art generator

A choreographic migration taking place along hidden sites and trails of the Chattahoochee River in metro Atlanta. In collaboration with local neighborhoods, Lauri Stallings and glo will develop the work at a museum, farm, and river, including the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and Goat Farm Arts Center. The amplifying of Atlanta’s civil rights legacy side-by-side complex Civil War narratives along the river, Red Hill River (of brotherhood) explores deep engagement with a vision to connect people with the Southeast’s greatest resource while building an ethic of just and a culture of reflection.

Red Hill River (of brotherhood) is made possible through a partnership with National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Project support by GroundWork Atlanta and Chattahoochee NOW. Major project support from Possible Futures.  This project is made possible by a matching grant from Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, Red Hill River is supported by gloLAB. This project is made possible through an Artists’ Residency at The Goat Farm Arts Center.

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Lauri Stallings: conceptual artist and choreographer | Maggie Dinkins: fashion | Kristina Brown, Jennifer Cara Clark, Christina Kelly, Mary Jane Pennington | gloLAB artists | Richard Carvlin: general manager



Opening July 9-24, 2016
100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd Atlanta 30313

5 hidden sites and trails along the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta

Paul Avenue/Hand Land
Whittier Mill trails
Trolley Sub-Station
Forgotten Playground @Whetstone Creek Trail
Standing Peachtree


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