Green news and events from the State of Georgia.
The latest works from Pam Longobardi’s Drifters Project will drift home this month from their last showing in Venice, Italy to an exciting gallery and rooftop exhibition entitled Material Drift at the Sandler Hudson Gallery Project Room in Atlanta, Georgia. Like the marine debris used to create Longobardi’s art, items collected off the beaches along South Point on the Big Island of Hawaii, her work has traveled many miles, and crossed many oceans bringing awareness on the trashing of our oceans to people all over the globe. On May 21st, Material Drift will open right here in the US with an artist’s reception from 6-8 PM and will run through July 3rd, 2010.
The exhibition is being held in celebration of Longobardi’s new book from the Italian publisher, CHARTA, entitled, Drifters. This 96 page book with 68 illustrations, including essays by Longobardi, Carl Safina, Ron Broglio, and others is now on sale. A book signing and artist’s talk is also scheduled for June 3rd from 6-7:30 PM as part of the exhibition events.
Has anyone else in the Atlanta area noticed the big blue recycling bins sitting curbside in a few neighborhoods? The City of Atlanta has partnered with Rehrig Pacific, Coca Cola Recycling LLC, and rewards partner RecycleBank to implement an incentive-based recycling program known as ReCART –
Tour Atlanta’s First Eco-Friendly Decorators’ Show House July 16 - August 9.
ATLANTA - Pace Homebuilders is proud to present Greenhaven, the first eco-friendly Decorators’ Show House in Atlanta. Open to the public Thursday, July 16 - August 9, 2009, Greenhaven will showcase the latest in sustainable interior design, state-of-the-art technology and energy efficiency.