This is the first in a series of articles looking back at the arts in Atlanta during 2013, to run through January 3.
Camera at the ready, Terry Kearns, aka the Architecture Tourist, is a fixture at art and design events. We asked him for this 2013 scrapbook, 15 images (painfully) whittled from the hundreds he took. We’ve included one of the Tourist himself so you will recognize him in 2014.
Allison Rentz in “Rapunzel’s Longing Hair: a Chinese Frankenstein Performance.”
The Atlanta Knitteratti in East Atlanta Village. Brigette Flood, Annie Perry, Katherine Kearns, Stephanie Hass with Trevor Jones of Living Walls.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, one of the churches on the Atlanta Preservation Centers many tours.
Impromptu dancing during Sourwood Honey Band’s performance on the Atlanta BeltLine.
Restaurant designer Smith Hanes (The Optimist, Watershed, No. 246, etc.) talks to Blake Howard, host of “Creative Mornings Atlanta.”
Ion Yamazaki in “A Mundane Affair,” a performance about dementia, at Flux Night.
Ansley Park’s Hulse House, designed by Anthony Ames, was demolished..
Lisa Tuttle, mystery man and Marianne Lambert at a Kibbee Gallery opening.
Manifeste, a French performance group, performs in the Fairlie-Poplar District during Elevate.
Hense’s mural on the Westside Cultural Arts Center, which opened this year.
Touring the home of Cara Cummins and Jose Tavel, principals of TaC Studios, during Modern Atlanta.
After journeying down Peachtree Street, the Randolph-Lucas House “settles in” to its new site in Ansley Park.
Acrobatics performance in Steven L. Anderson’s meditation room, at the Contemporary’s Art Party.
Architect Neel Reid’s 1923 McCord Apartments was a casualty of Midtown growth.
Terry Kearns and Rebecca Hanna, one of MINT’S Leap Year fellows, at the final show.