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Filmer: A Premiere of Original Short Films about AIR Serenbe Artists

  • Rich Theatre, Woodruff Arts Center 1280 Peachtree Street Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30309 United States (map)

Since 2007, AIR Serenbe has not only provided artists the time and space in which to work, but has also invited the community to experience their unique, creative environment, shining a spotlight on a part of the arts that remains mostly hidden: the artistic process. This pursuit is at the heart of the launch of AIR Serenbe's new initiative, “Filmer,” a project commissioning filmmakers to create short, cinematic portraits of AIR Serenbe artists in residence. On Friday, November 3, 2017, AIR Serenbe will debut its first series in a one-night premiere that welcomes the public into the worlds of its artists.

Adult - $7
Student/Senior - $5
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The films will illuminate something of each artists’ person and process, while also showcasing new work by talented Georgia-based filmmakers. The cinematographers were given full creative control over their work, and awarded residencies themselves, making Filmer, in a way, about commissioning artists to make art about other artists making art. The films will ultimately become valuable artifacts for AIR Serenbe, the artists, the filmmakers, their funding partners, the state of Georgia, and the field of contemporary art.

The kick-off event to AIR Serenbe’s 2nd Annual National Advisors Weekend, Filmer is sponsored by long-time AIR Serenbe supporter, design studio Edgar Allan, and will be hosted at the Rich Theatre within Atlanta’s Woodruff Arts Center

Learn more about AIR Serenbe and sponsorship opportunities for Filmer by contacting AIR Serenbe Executive Director J. Brandon Hinman at brandon@serenbe.com.

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AIR Serenbe, the non-profit artist residency program of the Serenbe Institute, invests in artists of all disciplines.  We provide the time and space necessary for the creation of new work, as well as focused public programming that brings audiences in close contact with creative processes and practices.