Carolyn Carr: Tomorrow is Another Day
A participating Flux Projects Work of Art
FLUX is a one-night public art celebration presented by Flux Projects in the streets, on the building and in the spaces of the Castleberry Hill Art District. The event includes large and small-scale projections, performance, multimedia projects, and public interactions.
Tomorrow is Another Day was conceived and designed by Artist Carolyn Carr and executed by atraditional sign painting company, Signs for Dimes. Carr employed the artists of Signs for Dimes to hand paint the text, Tomorrow is Another Day, which will cover almost all of the facade of the two story building, Stable 1897, located in Castleberry Hill.
Tomorrow is Another Day is the last line spoken in the epic film, Gone With the Wind. This text was chosen by Carr for these words, in the context of past and present conditions, beg questions about contemporary life while simultaneously acting to promote optimism in a complex social and political urban arena. This work is part of a larger body of work that examines personal and social realities via a non-linear narrative.
Carr’s upcoming exhibitions will be in November 2010 at Gavlak Gallery,, New York City and January at the Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach. Signs For Dimes,, established in March 2010, works in the time honored tradition of custom, hand painted advertisement, to bring more color and creative aspects to the urban landscape. The signs for Dimes Team includes Adam McNeil, William Mitchell and Melanie Wade.
Carolyn Carr has been a resident of Castleberry Hill since 1996. Carr lives between Atlanta and NY, but calls Atlanta home. She is represented by the Gavlak Gallery in NY and Palm Beach.
Who: Artist Carolyn Carr employs Signs For Dimes to execute her
work of art, Tomorrow is Another Day, for Flux Projects.
What: Live mural painting by the Signs for Dimes Team and
discussion with Carolyn Carr in preparation for Flux Projects
When: Starting on Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Where: Castleberry Hill, 261 Peters Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313
Why: To gain perspective on the production of a public work of art
as Carolyn Carr prepares for her Flux project with the aide of
the Signs for Dimes team.
Carolyn Carr has been a resident of Castleberry Hill since 1996. Carr lives between Atlanta and NY, but calls Atlanta home. She is represented by the Gavlak Gallery in NY and Palm Beach. Carr is married to fellow artist, Michael Gibson, who is also the creative partner of Ideas Define.
Signs for Dimes was founded in March 2010. The office and studio is located in Old Fourth Ward.
Signs for Dimes Team:
Adam McNeil: 8 years of font/lettering/painting experience.
William Mitchell: current SCAD student, major: illustration. US Coast Guard-4 years
Melanie Wade: current Georgia State Univ. student, major: Journalism; concentration in Public Relations, Minor:Printmaking. Classically trained art background in graphic design, screen printing, and photography.
Signs for Dimes Client list:
Fat Matt's Rib Shack
Sauced; dinner and drinks
Terra Mater Salon, Decatur
Divine Eatery, Turner Field concessions trailer
Mi Barrio-Mexican restaurant
Young Blood, gallery-Indie arts&crafts boutique
Art for the Beltline Projects-off Ponce de Leon
Glass Inc.- glass repair on Glen Iris
The Cookie Man-rapper, baker.
Nawlins-Creole restaurant East Atlanta