This past week the executives at the Artmore had the unique opportunity of hosting a family brunch at the Shepherd Center. The Shepherd Center specializes in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injuries, acquired brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain and other neurological conditions. The brunch was for families of patients that are currently in rehab at the Center. What a spread we had for everyone! Fresh fruit, breakfast sandwiches, hashbrowns, and a sausage and egg casserole proved to be quite the comfort food. It was also nice to get the chance to sit and talk to the family members about what they are going through. Just the other day I was complaining about having to walk to the bus stop when these individuals would pay to be able to walk. Life always has a way to letting you put things in perspective. It is my hope that the Artmore will be able to participate in more events of this nature as they are truly rewarding.
Artmore Hotel supports Shepherd Center Atlanta
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- Our school programs team hosted the Atlanta Public Schools: Fine Arts Teacher Kick-Off Meeting yesterday! This was taken during one of the workshops for APS dance teachers. Looks #relaxing! by highmuseumofart
- It’s Getting Hot in Here, Ice Ice Baby, & You’re a Hot Tea are some of the tea towels you can pick up at the #HMAShop! These were all made my our friends at @scaddotedu @workingclassstudio! by highmuseumofart
- #atlanta inspired
- Downtown Atlanta Silhouette
- Some of our Teen Teamers (@minorriot) did some chalk drawings this weekend of our #DreamCarsAtl! Take a look at what our Teen Coordinator created! by highmuseumofart
- Pop quiz, where is this photo taken?
- Thanks again to everyone that came out to our #HIGHlySocial event! You made the night special! #Regram from @beijingemily by highmuseumofart
- Having fun on the scavenger hunt for #highlysocial! #Regram from @oliphia by highmuseumofart
- Cheers! #studiolounge
- In Allan McCollum’s series, “Surrogate Paintings,” he critiques the social conventions, desires, and elitism often associated with painting. In lieu of framed pictures, he provides only black voids. He calls them surrogates to indicate they are stand-ins that simulate painting. “Twenty Plaster Surrogates” (1983-1985) #enamel #hydrostone by highmuseumofart