City Lights: A Steampunk Take On ‘The Hobbit’; Atlanta Pride Celebrates Valentine’s Day; And More

Dave Harward and Theresa Davis join producer Summer Evans for a discussion about “Our Founding Valentines,” a collaboration between Atlanta Pride and Touching Up Our Roots to honor LGBTQ pioneers in the arts.
Dave Harward and Theresa Davis join producer Summer Evans for a discussion about “Our Founding Valentines,” a collaboration between Atlanta Pride and Touching Up Our Roots to honor LGBTQ pioneers in the arts.
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Tuesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:07: Reitzes talks with artist Masud Olufani about his exhibition “Translocation and Transfiguration,” which explores the past and future through the lens of the African Diaspora. The work is on display at the Hammonds House Museum through March 22.
  • 15:41: Producer Ryan McFadin speaks with Jake Guinn and Brooke Owens of Synchronicity Theatre about their production of “The Hobbit.” The steampunk take on J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel runs through Feb. 23.
  • 25:33: Dave Harward and Theresa Davis join producer Summer Evans for a discussion about “Our Founding Valentines,” a collaboration between Atlanta Pride and Touching Up Our Roots to honor LGBTQ pioneers in the arts. The celebration takes place at Out Front Theatre on Feb. 11.
  • 39:02: Reitzes sits down with Dr. Catherine Hudnall and Barbera Secrist to talk about the Metro Youth Symphony. Their winter concert will be at the Rialto Center for the Arts on Feb. 16.
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