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Impossible, it seems, but yes, “Artistic License,” ArtsATL’s coming party, just got even better

Are you willing to get dumped for the sake of art? You can make up afterward in our disco for two. But only if you attend “Artistic License,” the party we’re throwing with the Goat Farm Arts Center on Friday, April 19.ArtsATL_ArtisticLicensePoster_web2

We’ve already told you about the swashbuckling shadow play from Michael Haverty and 7 Stages Theatre, Bojana Ginn‘s multiple hide-and-seek projections, music by Iron Jayne and “HIDDEN AWAY, the library at night,” an intimate dance and theatrical experience by Nicole Livieratos and Phillip dePoy. Now we’ve just added two more pieces:

  • Mike Stasny and Maggie Ginestra’s CLUB MSIF, an eight-foot-square and completely private dance club for two, chaperoned by mythical doormen and a go-go dancer.
  • Out of Hand Theater’s mobile participatory performance, “The Break Up.” Hop into a car with a stranger. Fall in love, fall out of love and get on with your life in a mere minute or two.

That’s a lot of fun for $30. Click here for tickets.

ArtsATL employs an array of writers as diverse as the Atlanta artists to be showcased at the Goat Farm. You can meet some of them and get into the mood for all this artistic adventure by attending our pre-party, “Cocktails and Critics,” at JCT Kitchen’s upstairs bar. “Cocktails and Critics” tickets are $150 each and include entry to “Artistic License” and a shuttle between the two locations, not to mention drinks, food and conversation.

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