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March 1st, 7:00 am

👟 Lace up your running shoes for a cause that's close to our hearts! Join us this Saturday for the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Run for the Arts 5K, the kickoff event of our Run for the Arts Race Series in 2024. By participating, you're supporting the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition (AHSAE) empowering young artists from 80+ metro schools.

✅ Registrants for the Run For The Arts 5K will also get priority entry and pricing into the Mimosa 5K (part of the Run For The Arts Race Series, so don't wait any longer! Register at dogwood.org/events/run-for-the-arts-5k/!
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👟 Lace up your running shoes for a cause thats close to our hearts! Join us this Saturday for the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Run for the Arts 5K, the kickoff event of our Run for the Arts Race Series in 2024. By participating, youre supporting the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition (AHSAE) empowering young artists from 80+ metro schools. 

✅ Registrants for the Run For The Arts 5K will also get priority entry and pricing into the Mimosa 5K (part of the Run For The Arts Race Series, so dont wait any longer! Register at https://dogwood.org/events/run-for-the-arts-5k/!
February 29th, 8:00 pm

🌴 Upgrade your festival vibe at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival with a Saturday Night VIP Ticket! While A1A's performance is free for all, take your experience to the next level at 'Atlantaville'—a tiki bar-themed oasis. Sip on margaritas and other frozen concoctions as we celebrate the musician synonymous with coastal rock and tropical leisure.

🦜 Get your tickets at dogwood.org/vip-experience/!
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February 27th, 6:07 pm

👟Are we going to see you this Saturday at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Run for the Arts 5K benefiting the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition (AHSAE)?
🎨This year you can customize/color your own race bib!
⏱️There's still time to register online at dogwood.org/events/run-for-the-arts-5k/
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👟Are we going to see you this Saturday at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival Run for the Arts 5K benefiting the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition (AHSAE)?
🎨This year you can customize/color your own race bib! 
⏱️Theres still time to register online at https://dogwood.org/events/run-for-the-arts-5k/
February 26th, 9:00 am

⭐ Amy Lansburg creates beautiful mixed media pieces, including sculpture and furniture. Lansburg's family immigrated to Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the 1800s and her work reflects this history. Her original works are created from driftwood and found objects that have washed up on the shores of Lake Superior. Splitting her time between Michigan and Georgia, she creates artwork that amalgamates cultures through the incorporation of deeply personal materials and narratives.

🌳 Check out more of Lansburg's work at the Dogwood Festival juried Artist Market this spring and find more info about the festival at dogwood.org/!
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⭐ Amy Lansburg creates beautiful mixed media pieces, including sculpture and furniture. Lansburgs family immigrated to Michigans Upper Peninsula in the 1800s and her work reflects this history. Her original works are created from driftwood and found objects that have washed up on the shores of Lake Superior. Splitting her time between Michigan and Georgia, she creates artwork that amalgamates cultures through the incorporation of deeply personal materials and narratives.

🌳 Check out more of Lansburgs work at the Dogwood Festival juried Artist Market this spring and find more info about the festival at https://dogwood.org/!
February 19th, 8:00 am

⭐ Kimmy Cantrell, based in Atlanta, GA, enjoys developing fresh variations on several recurring themes: faces, still lifes, nudes, and fish. Kimmy uses many forms to tell his stories, from free standing sculptures to still life collages. He uses asymmetry to challenge traditional definitions of beauty. Through his fragmented flowers and fish for instance, he recounts fond childhood memories of his grandmother Bama who was a very important figure in his upbringing. She taught Kimmy lessons of perseverance, living within your means, and how to be responsible for your own success. He has also uses his nudes and faces as a platform for political and social commentary. His titles are notable as they are often powerful and poignant reflecting turbulent times.

🌳 Check out more of Cantrell's work at the Dogwood Festival juried Artist Market this spring and find more info about the festival at dogwood.org/!
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⭐ Kimmy Cantrell, based in Atlanta, GA, enjoys developing fresh variations on several recurring themes: faces, still lifes, nudes, and fish. Kimmy uses many forms to tell his stories, from free standing sculptures to still life collages. He uses asymmetry to challenge traditional definitions of beauty. Through his fragmented flowers and fish for instance, he recounts fond childhood memories of his grandmother Bama who was a very important figure in his upbringing. She taught Kimmy lessons of perseverance, living within your means, and how to be responsible for your own success. He has also uses his nudes and faces as a platform for political and social commentary. His titles are notable as they are often powerful and poignant reflecting turbulent times.

🌳 Check out more of Cantrells work at the Dogwood Festival juried Artist Market this spring and find more info about the festival at https://dogwood.org/!
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