Art Over Dinner: An Evening with Jamie Burmeister and MODA
Nov
22
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: An Evening with Jamie Burmeister and MODA

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner. Join us at the table as we engage with the latest personalities in art and culture.

At this dinner we welcome sculptor and installation artist Jamie Burmeister and the Museum of Design Atlanta. We will engage in discussion on the current and future uses of 3D printing and how artists are incorporating this technology into their practice. This evening corresponds with MODA’s current show, 3D Printing the Future

This evening presented in partnership with AIR Serenbe and MODA.

Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks. Seating limited to 40 guests. 


Art Over Dinner

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and personalities and the organizations that support their work.

On twelve evenings throughout the year, we will set one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation. Seating is limited to 40 guests on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe.

 

 

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Speaking of Making: Jamie Burmeister
Nov
21
4:00pm 4:00pm

Speaking of Making: Jamie Burmeister

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence Jamie Burmeister to Serenbe.  Jamie will give a presentation on how he makes his work, followed by a cocktail reception.

4pm: Bosch Experience Center

RSVP for Tickets HERE.

 jamieburmeister.com

Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

 

 

 

 

 

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Art Over Dinner: An Evening with Paul Rucker
Oct
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: An Evening with Paul Rucker

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner. Join us at the table as we engage with the latest personalities in art and culture.

At this dinner we welcome musician, composer and visual artist Paul Rucker. Paul is Serenbe’s current Artist in Residence.

This evening presented in partnership with AIR Serenbe.

Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks. Seating limited to 40 guests. 


Art Over Dinner

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and personalities and the organizations that support their work.

On twelve evenings throughout the year, we will set one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation. Seating is limited to 40 guests on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe.

 

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Speaking of Making: Paul Rucker
Oct
17
2:00pm 2:00pm

Speaking of Making: Paul Rucker

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process

 Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence Paul Rucker to Serenbe.

Paul will give a presentation on how he makes his work, followed by a cocktail reception.

 paulrucker.com

2pm: Artist Talk, Bosch Experience Center

3pm: Cash Bar reception at Bosch

 Ticketing/RSVP: This is a free event, open to the public. No RSVP is necessary.

Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

 

 

 

 

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Art Stroll & Home Tour
Oct
11
1:00pm 1:00pm

Art Stroll & Home Tour

Homes on Tour | Featured Galleries | Art for Sale | Seasonal Cocktails

For one afternoon this autumn, seven Serenbe residents open their homes and gardens to the public.  Come see the exquisitely designed houses and townhomes and learn more about the people and the collections that bring them to life.  Additionally, we will feature Atlanta and area galleries with temporary exhibits and works for sale in public spaces throughout the neighborhood.  Serenbe is a haven for the arts—a community committed to supporting artists and fostering the creative process.  Join us for an inside look at how we live, what we keep, and who we value.

Proceeds from this event go to support AIR Serenbe, the artist in residence program at Serenbe.

BUY TICKETS HERE

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Words In Your Face: The Importance and Impact of the American Poetry Slam Movement
Oct
5
7:00pm 7:00pm

Words In Your Face: The Importance and Impact of the American Poetry Slam Movement

Poet, historian & New York Times best selling author Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz will give a lively and animated talk on the birth, growing pains and enduring importance of the American Poetry Slam movement. Cristin will use archival footage of poetry slams illustrate poetry slam's impact, and to engage with the Serenbe community. She will conclude her talk with a brief performance of her award-winning poetry.

7pm : Talk and performance in the Oak Room at The Inn at Serenbe    

4-6pm : 2-for-1 drinks at the newly-renovated Farmhouse Bar

Reserve your free ticket HERE

BIO

Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz founded the NYC-Urbana Poetry Slam series at the age of 19, and it would earn three National Poetry Slam championships, among other awards, in its 17 year history. Aptowicz is one of only a handful of "slam poets" to be awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry, and the first poet with a slam background to be awarded by an artsEDGE writer-in-residency given by the University of Pennsylvania and the Amy Clampitt Residency. She is the author of six books of poetry, including the Texas Poetry Book of the Year award winning The Year of No Mistakes. Her first book of nonfiction, Words In Your Face: A Guided Tour Through Twenty Years of the New York City Poetry Slam which U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins wrote "leaves no doubt that the slam poetry scene has achieved legitimacy and taken its rightful place on the map of contemporary literature" Her second book of nonfiction, Dr Mutter's Marvels, was published in hardcover last year, and spent three months of the New York Times Best Seller list. For more information, please visit Cristin's website at: www.aptowicz.com

 

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Everything Must Go : Opening Reception
Oct
1
6:00pm 6:00pm

Everything Must Go : Opening Reception

As a venue for this year’s Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival, AIR Serenbe is pleased to announce the group exhibit Everything Must Go.

Everything Must Go presents images made by artists who have attended the Artist in Residence Program at Serenbe, as well as artists who continue to support the mission and work of the program.

Photographs by Jessica Ashley, Pinky Bass, Rob Brinson, BreeAnne Clowdus, Aaron Coury, Gail Foster, Frank Hunter, Jessie Mann, Greg Newington, Carla Royal, Gayle Stevens, Thomas Swanston, and Ali Wittorf will be on featured and for sale.

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Art Over Dinner: An Evening With Andrew Moore + Anna Walker Skillman
Sep
27
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: An Evening With Andrew Moore + Anna Walker Skillman

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner. Join us at the table as we engage with the latest personalities in art and culture.

At this dinner we welcome photographer Andrew Moore and gallery owner Anna Walker Skillman. Andrew will be discussing his range of work, photographing Cuba, Detroit and the American South. Anna is the owner of Jackson Fine Art, the Atlanta photography gallery who represents Andrew. This evening presented in partnership with AIR Serenbe and Jackson Fine Art.

Andrew Moore is an Artist in Residence at Serenbe. 

Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks. Seating limited to 40 guests. Copies of Andrew's newest book, Dirt Meridian, will available for sale.  

Purchase Tickets HERE  


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Art Over Dinner

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and personalities and the organizations that support their work.

On twelve evenings throughout the year, we will set one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation.

Seating is limited to 40 guests on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe.

artoverdinner.com

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Speaking of Making: Andrew Moore
Sep
26
4:00pm 4:00pm

Speaking of Making: Andrew Moore

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process.  Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence Andrew Moore to Serenbe. Andrew will give a presentation on how he makes his work, followed by a cocktail reception and a signing of his latest book Dirt Meridian.

4pm: Artist Talk, The Inn at Serenbe

5pm: Cocktail Reception+Book Signing: 2-for-1 cash bar at The Farmhouse Bar

This is a free event, open to the public.  RSVP HERE.

andrewlmoore.com

Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

 

 

 

 

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Speaking of Making: Adam Koch
Sep
3
5:30pm 5:30pm

Speaking of Making: Adam Koch

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. 

Join us as we welcome artist in residence and Broadway set designer Adam Koch to Serenbe.  This residency is a partnership between AIR Serenbe and Serenbe Playhouse.

Thursday, September 3
5:30pm: drinks
6pm: artist discussion
Bosch Experience Center

Free and Open to the public

About The Artist
Over the past 15 years Adam’s 100+ scenic designs for theater and opera have been seen in New York City and across the country.  As a creative director and show doctor Adam has overseen and shaped numerous theatrical and nightlife events.

A 2015 Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design (1st Stage Theatre’s ‘Bat Boy’), and a 2009 Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design (Signature Theatre’s ‘Kiss of the Spiderwoman’). Adam is the recipient of both the USITT Oren Parker Award for Excellence in Scene Design, and the 2007 Kennedy Center Design Fellowship.

Theater credits include productions at Ford’s Theatre, Signature Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Syracuse Stage, Portland Stage, Ogunquit Playhouse, TheaterWorks USA, Casa Mañana, Bristol Riverside Theatre, The Human Race Theatre Company, 1st Stage, The Engeman Theatre, Playhouse on the Square, Algonquin Arts Theatre, MetroStage, Vital Theatre Co., as well as commercial productions at The Goodman Theatre, Apollo Theater, New World Stages and Theatre Row in NYC.

Adam is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and a member of the Andrew Carnegie Society. Mr. Koch is a credited contributor to the widely used collegiate textbook ‘Scene Design and Stage Lighting’ by R. Craig Wolf & Dick Block (Wadsworth 2009 – 2014). Member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829

adamkoch.carbonmade.com
airserenbe.com
serenbeplayhouse.com

 

 

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Speaking of Making: Kirstin Mitchell (aka Kiki Blood) and Dashboard
Aug
30
2:00pm 2:00pm

Speaking of Making: Kirstin Mitchell (aka Kiki Blood) and Dashboard

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. 

After a summer of archery and a residency at Serenbe’s Art Farm, Kirstin Mitchell is opening the shipping container studio full of performative objects. Please join us for an open studio afternoon, plus cocktails and conversation. Also, meet Beth Malone and Courtney Hammond from Dashboard!

This project residency is a partnership with Dashboard, AIR Serenbe and The Art Farm at Serenbe.

 

Sunday, August 30th 2015

2-5pm: open studio

5:30-7:30pm: cocktails and conversation

[This is a free event, open to the public.  No RSVP necessary.]

 

About:

Kirstin Mitchell is a performance artist, painter and multi-media artist with shows in Atlanta, New York and Italy. She was recently chosen as a Dashboard Artist 2015.

Currently, Mitchell is working on Big Deep, a project that includes performalist self-portraits, sculptures and paintings. In 2013 Mitchell performed in the streets of Soho for a Franklin Furnace project, In Pursuit: A HUNT NY with Laura Cooper. She also participated in the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival and with Rob Andrews at Gowanus Ballroom (Brooklyn).
 
Kiki Blood, her most notorious guise, has served as a heroine for her performances over the past several years. In 2011,Contestant #12, in association with Love Like a Devil's Handshake, hosted at the Atlanta Contemporary, received a Fulton County Arts Grant. She has performed at the Omissis Festival (Italy) and Premio della Performance (Italy). The latter was the centerfold in “Flash Art” magazine. 

DASHBOARD

Dashboard connects artists with space to redefine experience.
Dashboard is an experimental curatorial agency that commissions artwork and produces exhibitions in dynamic spaces. Dashboard encourages risk-taking and immersive practice, and mediates a nationwide network of like-minded artists, builders, designers, and developers to produce unique projects that engage a broad public.

Dashboard has commissioned and funded artwork from more than 75 US-based artists, reaching a height of $50,000 in artist grants for FY 2015. Of the 20 exhibitions they've hosted in vacant properties since 2010, 90% now house thriving businesses like galleries, newspapers, restaurants, music venues, and more.

 

www.kirstinmitchell.com
www.dashboard.us
www.airserenbe.com 

 

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Cocktails & Celli
Aug
22
4:00pm 4:00pm

Cocktails & Celli

AIR Serenbe and The Art Farm at Serenbe are pleased to welcome Atlanta-based Celli to Serenbe for a weekend residency and performance.

Join us on The Farmhouse’s wrap-around porch on August 22 at 5pm and hear the beautiful sound of this all-female, classically-trained group. There is limited space available on the porch, so RSVP today!

2-for-1 drinks at The Farmhouse Bar from 4-6pm, then stay for dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant after the performance.

While Celli enjoys performing the intricacies of classical music, they are just as likely to be found playing eclectic arrangements of rock and pop songs as well as their own original works, sometimes lending their voices to the sonorous mix. Whether on stage in a traditional concert hall or in a late-night rock club, Celli shatters any preconceived notions of what it means to be a cellist.

RSVP HERE.

Learn more about Celli HERE.

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Speaking of Making: René Treviño
Jul
11
4:00pm 4:00pm

Speaking of Making: René Treviño

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence RENÉ TREVIÑO to Serenbe. RENÉ will give a presentation on how he makes his work, followed by a cocktail reception.

4pm: Artist Talk, The Inn at Serenbe

5pm: Cocktail Reception, 2-for-1 cash bar at The Farmhouse Bar

Ticketing/RSVP:

This is a free event, open to the public. No RSVP is necessary.

Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

 

 

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Speaking of Making: Sally Bradley
Jun
13
4:30pm 4:30pm

Speaking of Making: Sally Bradley

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. 

Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence Sally Bradley to Serenbe.  Sally will give a presentation on how she makes her work, followed by a cocktail reception.

 sallybradleyfineart.com

4:30 pm: Artist Talk, The Bosch Experience Center

Cash bar reception and potluck dinner following

This is a free event, open to the public.  No RSVP is necessary.  Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

 

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Speaking of Making: Erika Adams
May
30
4:00pm 4:00pm

Speaking of Making: Erika Adams

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. 

Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence Erika Adams to Serenbe.  Erika will give a presentation on how she makes her work, followed by a cocktail reception.

 erikaadams.com

 

4pm: Artist Talk, The Inn at Serenbe 

5pm: Cocktail Reception, 2-for-1 cash bar at The Farmhouse Bar

This is a free event, open to the public.  No RSVP is necessary.  Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

 

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Art Over Dinner: An Evening with Erin Bernhardt
May
17
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: An Evening with Erin Bernhardt

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner. Join us at the table as we engage with the latest personalities in art and culture. At this dinner we welcome filmmaker Erin Bernhardt.  We will also be screening Bernhardt's documentary Imba Means Sing.

Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks. Seating limited to 40 guests.


Art Over Dinner

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and personalities and the organizations that support their work. On twelve evenings throughout the year, we will set one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation. Seating is limited to 40 guests on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe. Learn more about the dinner series and reserve your seat at the table.

 

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AIR Kids: Walk & Workshop with Leslie Iwai
Apr
19
2:00pm 2:00pm

AIR Kids: Walk & Workshop with Leslie Iwai

AIR Kids is a series of family workshops for children aged 4 to 104.

Join us for a Sunday walk and workshop with Artist in Residence Leslie Iwai.

Leslie will lead us on a nature walk then guide us through a workshop to make art about what we find in the woods.

Ticketing/RSVP:

This is a free workshop, open to the public.

RSVP by Apr 12th to Brandon Hinman at brandon@serenbe.com

Participants are asked to bring scissors, glue and a handful of markers/crayons/color pencils.  We will have some of these supplies on hand and will provide all other materials. 

Parents are encouraged to join.

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Art Over Dinner: An Evening with gloATL
Apr
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: An Evening with gloATL

Migration starts at 4:30pm.

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner. Join us at the table as we engage with the latest personalities in art and culture. At this dinner we welcome gloATL

Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks. Seating limited to 40 guests.

About gloATL

gloATL was founded by choreographer Lauri Stallings and production specialist Richard Carvlin in 2009. They are committed to collaboration, creative process and listening to people. They felt gloATL was necessary to help revitalize identity in the American South and have achieved this goal by underscoring human interaction in contemporary performances. gloATL bends genres with a pool of conductors, filmmakers, rappers, fashion and visual artists.

Mission – gloAtl makes dance as a collaborative platform that cannot be expressed in any other medium
Vision – Art changes lives
Value – As we aim to fulfill our mission and embody our vision, the following values inform our work:
  • Listening
  • Welcoming impossibility
  • The City of Atlanta as our canvas
  • Migration as a journey form
  • Continuous communication
  • Search for characteristics and values belonging to all ages, races and creeds
  • Getting lost

Art Over Dinner

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and personalities and the organizations that support their work On twelve evenings throughout the year, we will set one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation. Seating is limited to 40 guests on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe. Learn more about the dinner series and reserve your seat at the table. 

 

 

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Art Over Dinner: An Evening With Leslie Iwai
Apr
12
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: An Evening With Leslie Iwai

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner. Join us at the table as we engage with the latest personalities in art and culture.

At this dinner we welcome Serenbe’s Artist in Residence Leslie Iwai for an exploration of how scientists and artists inspire one another’s work.

Leslie Iwai

Iwai is an installation artist and sculptor. Drawing from a rich educational background in mathematics, chemistry and architecture she delights in finding and creating connections between the built and natural world as she constructs and combines diverse materials into spatial narratives. Leslie works out of her studio in Middleton, Wisconsin where she is currently creating a body of work inspired by a groundbreaking discovery in cellular division at the Carbone Cancer Research Center at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks. Seating limited to 40 guests. 


Art Over Dinner

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and personalities and the organizations that support their work.

On twelve evenings throughout the year, we will set one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation. Seating is limited to 40 guests on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe. 

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Speaking of Making: Leslie Iwai
Apr
4
4:00pm 4:00pm

Speaking of Making: Leslie Iwai

 

Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process. 

Join us as we welcome Artist in Residence Leslie Iwai to Serenbe.  Leslie will give a presentation on how she makes her work, followed by a cocktail reception.

Leslieiwai.com

Sat, April 4th, 2015                      

4pm: Artist Talk, The Inn at Serenbe

5pm: Cocktail Reception, 2-for-1 cash bar at The Farmhouse Bar

This is a free event, open to the public.  No RSVP is necessary.  Guests of Speaking of Making are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe.

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Discover AIR!
Apr
3
5:00pm 5:00pm

Discover AIR!

Come join us for a cocktail and learn more about Serenbe's Artist in Residence Program. Presentation at 5pm, cocktail reception following.

Discover more about AIR Serenbe:

  • How is AIR Serenbe funded?
  • How do artists get invited?
  • Where do they stay?
  • How do you get to meet them and see their work?
  • Is there kids' programming?
  • How can you help?

Discover what's happening in 2015:

  • Over a Dozen Artists
  • 250+ Days of Art
  • Artist Talks
  • Meet-the-Artists Social Events
  • Hundreds of neighbors and friends impacted!

Serenbe Residents—here's an opportunity to meet your neighbors and make new friends by getting involved. If you're outside the community, we need you, too!

Our partnership with Rural Studio, Serenbe Development and the support of the Serenbe Institute provides the foundation to ensure we keep expanding our commitment to the arts and artists. We believe art makes life better and commit our resources and energies to supporting the creative process. Artists live lives of great passion and commitment and having them live and work for a while at Serenbe enriches us all.

Ticketing/RSVP: This is a free event, open to the public. RSVP to Brandon Hinman, brandon@serenbe.com. Guests of this event are encouraged to continue the evening with dinner at The Farmhouse Restaurant and a play, concert or film at Serenbe. 

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Art Over Dinner: Center for Puppetry Arts
Mar
29
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Over Dinner: Center for Puppetry Arts

Brought to you in partnership with The Art Farm at Serenbe

Click Here to Buy Tickets:

 

Serenbe is pleased to announce its inaugural season of Art Over Dinner.  Join us at the table as we engage with the latest in art and culture. Art Over Dinner is a series of gatherings with artists and the spectrum of individuals and organizations who support their work.

On select evenings throughout the year, we will stretch one long table, set it for dinner, collaborate with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal feast, showcase winemakers and brewers, and invite our guest artists to spark the conversation.

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Join us at the table as we explore how puppetry shapes our imagination and our City.

In 1978, Kermit the Frog and Jim Henson cut the ribbon to open the Center for Puppetry Arts. Since then, the Center has inspired generations of children and adults through our performances, educational workshops, and exhibitions. Now, the Center is in the midst of a transformative expansion that will allow it to touch even more lives through the art of puppetry.

Set to open in 2015, the new museum space will feature expanded exhibit areas for both a Global Collection and the Jim Henson Collection. These new exhibitions will be immersive and interactive, allowing guests of all ages to explore puppetry in unique ways, challenging preconceptions and giving a new appreciation of the global scope and universal power of the art form. As part of this project, it is also protecting and preserving hundreds of international and Henson treasures for future generations to enjoy and understand.

This expansion will bring the Center’s world-renowned collection and the largest collection of Henson’s art to a wider audience, and will continue to make the Center a one-of-a-kind experience within the world of puppetry.

Join the Center’s Artistic Director Jon Ludwig, Exhibitions Director Kelsey Fritz, and Resident Puppet Designer Jason von Hinezmeyer as they share details about this next great step in the Center’s journey.

Location: 10455 Atlanta Newnan Road
Tickets: $75 per person and include dinner and drinks

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And looking ahead...AIR Serenbe is pleased to have four of our artists in residence featured in this year's Art Over Dinner series:


Leslie Iwai in April.
Andrew Moore Photographer in September.
Paul Rucker in October.
Jamie Burmeister in November.

 

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