Videos

COMPETERE: A Talk with Artist Couples

This talk, moderated by our Interim Director, Michael McFalls, features a panel of six of the artists in or exhibition, COMPETERE: An Exhibition of Artist Couples, on display from April 8th, 2022 – June 17th, 2022. The panel includes artist couples Inka Essenhigh & Steve Mumford, Betsy Eby & Bo Bartlett, and Kate Javens &…
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Virtual Artist Talk: Raheleh Filsoofi South Arts 2021 Tennessee Fellow

This is a virtual artist talk with Tennessee Fellow Raheleh Filsoofi based around the art in the South Arts 2021 exhibition in the Bo Bartlett Center. Artist Biography:  Nashville resident Raheleh Filsoofi (b. 1975) was born and raised in Iran and has lived in the US South for more than 17 years. Among her solo…
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Looking Male Artist Talk

Watch this virtual recording as the curators of our Looking Male exhibition, Michael McFalls and Rylan Steele, speak with photographers Brittainy Lauback and Carl Martin, as well as poet Nick Norwood, about their work in the exhibition. See the video below.  
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South Arts 2021 Georgia Fellow Myra Greene Artist Talk

This is a virtual recording of the in-person/virtual artist talk we had with the South Arts 2021 Georgia Fellow Myra Greene.   The following is the bio of the artist as well as her artist statement: Atlanta artist Myra Greene (b. 1975) is a New York City native. Her work is in the collections of…
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Virtual Panel Discussion: Juan Logan: Creating and Collecting

This is a panel discussion with the following individuals: Michael McFalls, Interim Director of the Bo Bartlett Center, Chris Whittey, the Alan F. Rothschild Distinguished Chair of Art at Columbus State University, Shantay Robinson, Freelance Writer of Black Arts and Culture with Contributions to Burnaway, Black Art in America, and more, and Juan Logan, artist…
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The AJC: Georgia painter Bo Bartlett makes his first feature film

“A Southern Gothic melodrama blends autobiography and fiction in the style of this American realist’s paintings. Now, after this long and distinguished career in the visual arts, Bartlett has tested his creative mettle in a new realm. His 35-years-in-the-making film debut of ‘Things Don’t Stay Fixed’ is the product of a long desire to see…
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Virtual Panel Discussion: Music as Image and Metaphor at the Bo Bartlett Center

This is going to be a panel discussion with the following individuals: Curators of the exhibition: David W. Houston currently the Director of the Ohr O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi, Mississippi and Florence Neal is Co-Founder and Director of Kentler International Drawing Space in Brooklyn, New York. Composers: pianist Michael Kowalski and percussionist Allen Otte. Artist and Professor of Art, Hannah Israel…
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Bo Bartlett Interview for “The Artist’s Voice” with Jerry Hardesty

The Artist’s Voice podcast empowers artists to share their stories and promote their work. They may share success and challenges with the intent of helping other artists and enlighten the public. Artists from all creative genres are encouraged to guest on the show. In this episode, Jerry Hardesty interviews Bo Bartlett. Bo is an American…
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Ledger-Enquirer: How to Watch Things Don’t Stay Fixed

Things Don’t Stay Fixed follows a worldly photojournalist, Sam Grace (William Gregory Lee, “Mentalist”) as he returns home to the Deep South in an attempt to stop his daughter, Nina (Melissa Saint-Amand, “Ozark”), from marrying and destroying her future. Sam’s return home becomes more telling as he discovers that he’s the one that has been…
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Things Don’t Stay Fixed Trailer

Things Don’t Stay Fixed follows a worldly photojournalist, Sam Grace (William Gregory Lee, “Mentalist”) as he returns home to the Deep South in an attempt to stop his daughter, Nina (Melissa Saint-Amand, “Ozark”), from marrying and destroying her future. Sam’s return home becomes more telling as he discovers that he’s the one that has been…
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