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OCA’s 1st Public Art Scavenger Hunt!



In celebration of the city Of Atlanta’s new public art app, The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is hosting its first Public Art Scavenger Hunt! The hunt will take place March 9th – 16th. Locate all of the clues to win amazing prizes like original artwork, vintage posters and more! There will be a 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place winner at the end of the race. Players are also encouraged to use the new Atlanta Streetcar for getting around downtown. Find the answers by scrolling through the piece descriptions.

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Rules for the HUNT

1.Players must download the Public Art App to participate- Download by going to your app store and searching for Atlanta Art Tour

2 .Players must follow Public Art Atlanta’s twitter, instagram and facebook accounts.

3.Participants must Twitpic and instagram images of guesses using hashtags #AtlArtApp and @OCAPublicArt at the end of their posts

4.The image must feature image of the artwork and the player

5.Player must show proof of images at last location of the hunt

6.Scavenger hunt will take place during the above mentioned time

7.Artworks can be captured using a cell phone, point-and-shoot camera, or video

8. Players can walk, run, bike, skate or take the streetcar to find the locations

More Details on our Facebook Page


Be safe, have fun and good luck!

Gallery 72 Ephemeral Eternity: Memory, Ritual, and Myth in a time of Dissolution




March 5th  – May 1st

Artists: Robin Bernat , Jessica Scott Felder, Karen Tauches, Wendy Phillips.

Ephemeral Eternity: Memory, Ritual, and Myth in a time of Dissolution is an exhibition focusing on the transience of the human condition, and the power of myth, memory and ritual to forestall vanishing and contested histories and identities. This exhibition examines the acts humanity uses to hold onto beloved memories and contested histories ranging from the personal to the political and the mythic. How we remember the past and process its influence on our present has always been and will always be a part of the human condition. How we record, protect and keep what is beloved becomes the basis for our rituals and myths, for our faiths and our archiving.   The artists in this exhibition work in many forms of media and were chosen due to varied ways they represent our physical and emotional histories.

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