The Artmore Hotel prides itself with a staff that is committed to excellence. With our new “Meet Me” series, we want to shed a spotlight on the people who make sure our guest have top notch service. Justin Guyston is fairly new to the Artmore, having just rounded out his second month. A native of Chicago, Justin came to Atlanta to get closer to his father and attend Morehouse college to pursue a degree in kinesiology. Here at the Hotel, Justin enjoys interacting with all of the different guest and networking. One of his favorite moments here was when he got to meet one of his childhood heroes DJ Jazzy Jeff. Growing up around music and being raised in a family of DJ’s he considered it an honor to be invited to backstage with Jazzy Jeff after one of his concerts. Moving to Atlanta has afforded Justin with may new and exciting opportunities. He loves the diverse atmosphere here and the fact that this city is still a growing market. Just knows that Atlanta is a great place to be (and he also loves the affordable housing!) When Justin isn’t at the Artmore, he can usually be found Dj-ing, playing either basketball or football, or thrifting for clothes and shoes. Like our rooms, everyone that works at the Artmore is unique and the best that Atlanta has to offer. Call us at (404) 876-6100 to book your room today.
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- 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
- Fantastic evening enjoying #summer night
- Love your Mi Casa, Your Casa pictures? Want them to be tangible? They can be! If you have a public Instagram profile and use the #MiCasaYourCasa hashtag, our Smilebooth printer will print for you! Pick them up in our Wieland Lobby while supplies last. by highmuseumofart
- Have you submitted your RSVP? Join us tomorrow for #HIGHlySocial at 5pm! If you haven’t signed up already go to the following link: http://bit.ly/HIGHlySocial by highmuseumofart