Stephen Wilson is a commercial fashion and portrait photographer who spent 10 years in New York City refining his aesthetic before returning to Atlanta, where he grew up. Stephen developed his skills while working in fashion advertising, contributing to global campaigns for Banana Republic, Jimmy Choo, BeBe Sport and more. He also shot a 5 seasons of New York City Fashion Week for multiple fashion houses, and was published in print and web versions of Elle Canada, Elle.com, Style.com, Vogue.com, Vogue.uk, and WWD. Stephen's personal work lingers on the quiet intimacy of portrait, relishing in fleeting moments of time. Currently, Stephen is trying to leverage his work and aesthetic to grow his client base in the South.
Art Over Dinner ft. NPR's City Lights with Lois Reitzes
Sunday, October 14th
Cocktails + Artist Talk, 6pm
Join professional fine-art photographer, Billy Newman, as he shows how you can take better photos - using your smartphone! During this hands-on workshop, you will learn all the buttons and features of your smartphone, and you will actually take photos during class for some hands-on learning.
Art Over Dinner ft. Altanta Celebrates Photography (ACP)
Sunday, November 11th,
Cocktails + Artist Talk, 6pm
Art Over Dinner featuring Atlanta Celebrates Photography will feature a special photographer guest – to be announced!
Art Over Dinner ft. Atlanta Contemporary + Atlanta Opera
Sunday, September 16th
Collaborative Performance by Atlanta Opera Artist-In-Residence Jayme Alilaw and multi-disciplinary artist Masud Olufani, 6pm
Sunday, July 29th
Cocktails + Artist Talk, 6pm | Dinner, 7pm
Join us as we celebrate the tranquillity and nostalgia of Dianne Cutler's plaster reliefs at Grange Hall Gallery. Opening reception will be from 5-8pm. Complimentary wine served. RSVP recommended but not required. All are welcome.
Art Farm Studio is proud to present a two-day indigo, natural dyeing, and slow stitch workshop with Nashville-based artist Aaron Head.
Make your own lovable monster or buzzy bee! Join us at the Serenbe Farmer's Market on July 7th from 9:00am - 12:00pm for DIY fun. Art Farm will provide all materials and instruction. 🧡
Kari Pei, recognized as a design leader in the textile industry, is Global Product Designer at Interface, a position created under chief innovation officer Nigel Stansfield. As part of the Atlanta, Georgia-based company’s evolving global product strategy, Pei works alongside internal product design and development teams and sustainability leader David Oakey Designs from the company’s Awarehouse in LaGrange, Georgia.
Join us as we celebrate the ethereal photographs of Serenbe resident Adrienne Anbinder. Opening reception will be from 5-8pm. Complimentary wine served. RSVP recommended but not required. All are welcome.
Join us for the ribbon cutting ceremony for Ida, a piano donated by Serenbe resident Tamara Schwartz and designed by our Art Farm Director Megan Schaeffer! The ceremony will be located at Grange Hall on Saturday June 16th at 4:30.
Join us to celebrate the artwork and creative process of Tom Swanston & Gail Foster. Tom and Gail are longtime friends of Serenbe and the Nygren family, helping to establish Serenbe's artist in residence program and develop the Art Farm as we know it today. Their creative contributions are celebrated in the Serenbe community.
Art Over Dinner ft. Augusta Wilson & Melissa Payne Baker
in partnership with Huff Harrington Fine Art
Sunday, May 20th | Cocktails + Artist Talk 6pm | Dinner, 7pm Tickets, $85
Atlanta based visual artists Melissa Payne Baker and Augusta Wilson will be joined by Huff Harrington Fine Art for this colorful Art Over Dinner.
May Day is a celebration of arts and culture. The streets are lined with local and regional makers, food trucks and live music, while other visual and performing artists stroll throughout the community sharing their work and whimsy.
Each year, the children of Serenbe perform a traditional May Pole dance in the middle of the festival. We also have a children’s area (sponsored by Chatt Hills Charter School), which includes games, a dunk tank and a beer garden.
Sunday, May 6, 2018
12pm-5pm in the Selborne neighborhood
Join us at the Serenbe Farmer's Market on April 28th and create your own nature collage! Drop by from 9am - 12pm, craft will be free for all ages.
Combine a trip to the Serenbe trails with a foraging activity in the days before the craft workshop. Although we will provide a variety of natural materials, we encourage kids & adults to forage for their own materials. Think sticks, rocks, leaves, acorns, and moss!
Art Over Dinner ft. Lulie Wallace & Raven Roxanne
Sunday, April 15th | Cocktails + Artist Talk 6pm | Dinner, 7pm Tickets, $85
Visual artists Lulie Wallace & Raven Roxanne will be celebrated at this special Art Over Dinner. Dinner will feature a Pop Up Shop featuring a variety of artwork & limited edition goods by Lulie & Raven!
Run the rolling hills that gave Chattahoochee Hills its name. Get a view unlike any other when you race through the 15miles of trails that are part of Serenbe's preserved green space.
There to cheer someone on? We'll have a Mini Farmers Market all morning and a Post-Race party with beer, breakfast burritos and live music.
The Serenbe Trail Race benefits the Art Farm at Serenbe and arts programming at Serenbe.
In February, 2005 Daren Wang hatched a hare-brained idea to establish a festival celebrating the spoken/written word. He enlisted other dreamers and doers who had hatched versions of the same idea including Tom Bell, Linda Harris, Richard Lenz, Alice Murray, Bill Starr and Judy Turner. Together, using a stone soup model, everyone brought what they had and the magic began brewing.
The AJC Decatur Book Festival is the largest independent book festival in the country and one of the five largest overall.
Join us as we explore the development of such an important festival as well as the career, new book, and musings of Exec. Director & Author, Daren Wang.
Art Over Dinner with Atlanta Film Society
w. short films by
Filmmakers-In-Residence Molly Coffee, Danielle Deadwyler, & Marcus Rosentrater
+ about atlanta film society
Now celebrating a 40-year history, the Atlanta Film Society (ATLFS) is one of the oldest and largest organizations dedicated to the promotion and education of film in the United States. ATLFS aims unite the Atlanta community by serving artists in creative growth and inspiring audiences through the power of the moving image. Enriching the community through screenings, classes, workshops and other events year-round, the chief operation of ATLFS is the Atlanta Film Festival.
Please join us in celebrating Billy Newman's abstract photography on February 3, 2018 from 4pm - 7pm. Opening reception is free and open to the public, complimentary beer and wine will be served.
Greg Mike is a prominent urban contemporary artist and designer based in Atlanta, GA. Always obsessed with the boundless energy and crisp line work of iconic American mid-century cartoons, he began his career by using walls to fuse these two passions together in his home state of Connecticut. Greg is the founder and creative director of ABV AGENCY / GALLERY, a multi-platform studio specializing in branding, apparel design and visual production. In 2015, Greg Mike founded OuterSpace Project, an event series that merges public art, live music, design, action sports and culture in Atlanta, GA.
KAI LIN ART is a contemporary art gallery cultivating creativity, connection, and conversation through art. Founded in 2008 by Yu-Kai Lin, our gallery is dedicated to promoting emerging and established artists in the Southeast and beyond.
Todd Anderson is an artist and master printmaker who is represented by Kai Lin Art. For the last decade he has worked as a university professor. Anderson resides in South Carolina where he maintains an active studio while serving as the director of printmaking at Clemson University. His work has been widely exhibited at ~100 unique venues nationally and internationally.