The Day Kurt Died

Han Vance on American music: I was working in a coffeehouse, the original such of the nationally so-called first-wave of indie coffeehouses in Athens, Ga., the day Kurt Cobain died: April 5th, 1994. I was in a bit of a malaise. Waiting around the town for my felt-like-a-very-long-time at the time on, then off for… Continue reading The Day Kurt Died

Clayton Brookshire’s Creative Blasts

Lucy Holly on American art: hecklehammer was the first thing we all discussed, after Angelo. Clayton Brookshire is a multi-hyphenate artist-rocker-craftsman out of Athens, Ga. He had apparently introduced us, here at American Culture Reporter, to creative Angelo T. Robinson, of Senoia, Ga., and we featured Angelo’s visual art in an article by editor-in-chief Han… Continue reading Clayton Brookshire’s Creative Blasts

Angelo’s Angles: ATR-Art for the Love of Color

HAN on American artists: Angelo T. Robinson creates from a sprawling home studio in Senoia, Ga. Around 30 miles outside Atlanta, he’s near enough to the city to use its energy and resources, yet far enough removed for tranquility. He describes himself as a self-taught creative, feeling that he can learn to do too many… Continue reading Angelo’s Angles: ATR-Art for the Love of Color

Hail Neopsychedelia

AMERICAN CULTURE REPORTER (Han Vance, inside an Anish Kapoor piece at the HIGH Museum Atlanta)   On Music: All hail the psychedelic musical vibes still brewing in these United States of America, a nation who could desperately use a dose of counterculture as a break from all the bad news we continue to regularly make.… Continue reading Hail Neopsychedelia