Shooting Without Bullets will host a pop-up art exhibition at the A3C Action Summit in Atlanta, Georgia October 5-9. The exhibition will be located in the Auburn Avenue Research Library and will feature photographs and ready-to-wear pieces, curated exclusively for A3C. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Shooting Without Bullets will also run a workshop, "FIGHT THE POWER: photography and hip-hop performance as direct action." The workshop examines the pedagogy of Shooting Without Bullets, which employs photography and hip-hop performance as tools of direct action to combat social justice issues that affect black and brown teens.
Thurs., Oct 5th | 2:00pm - 3:30pm| Action Summit @ Auburn Ave Research Library
About A3C: A3C Festival & Conference is the preeminent hip-hop event in the US, commonly referred to as, “Hip-Hop’s family reunion.” A3C has grown from a local showcase to become one of the most important hip-hop events of the year bringing together artists, creatives and entrepreneurs in the music industry to connect, learn and create. A3C is a platform to discover the next generation of stars while honoring the legends and trailblazers of hip-hop.
About A3C Action Summit: invites activists, academics and artists to connect, discuss and address social justice challenges. The 2-day summit will host a series of panels, workshops, meetups and sessions culminating in the 3rd annual A3C Action Pitch Competition, which Shooting Without Bullets won in 2016.