Podcast: Day & Night Projects’ Steven L. Anderson on independent art spaces

Work by Raul Valverde at Day & Night Projects.
Courtesy of Day & Night Projects
Work by Raul Valverde at Day & Night Projects. Courtesy of Day & Night Projects

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Credit: Handout

Atlanta artists come together in five-year-old community-run gallery.

This week, we’ll from Steven L. Anderson in the second of our conversations with Atlanta’s visual arts community.

An artist-run space founded in in 2016, and community-run by artists William Downs, Megan Castro and Steven L. Anderson, Day & Night Projects straddles the West End and Mechanicsville neighborhoods and can boast of a rare achievement for independent art spaces: its fifth anniversary. Opening Day & Night was a way for the co-organizers to enrich the local art scene.

Work by Maggie Hayes on view at Day & Night Projects.
Courtesy of Day & Night Projects
Work by Maggie Hayes on view at Day & Night Projects. Courtesy of Day & Night Projects

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Credit: Handout

AJC contributor and art critic Felicia Feaster recently brought us a roundup a few local galleries and spoke with a few local gallery owners. On this week’s podcast, she brings us her chat with Steven L. Anderson of Day & Night Projects.

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