Dalton Gallery’s Groundstory reviewed in Arts ATL

(From: ArtsATL.com) Review: Artists and writers tap personal and collective memory in Agnes Scott’s “Groundstory”, October 26, 2012, By

Holley Lonnie, Coming Back At You, 2012

“Groundstory: tales from the shade of the South,” on view through November 17 at Agnes Scott College’s Dalton Gallery, is a multifaceted exploration of Southern narratives. The show, the second in a series of storytelling exhibitions at the gallery, comprises visual art in a range of mediums and a catalog of writing by artists and writers. In this incarnation of the storytelling theme, writers and artists predominantly discuss the past, dealing with personal and collective memories. The most compelling works, however, succeed by rising above personal specificity... (Read the entire Article)

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