6:00 pm –7:00 pm
High Museum of Art Online
Nellie Mae Rowe’s famed home that served as an art environment for guests to visit may no longer exist, but its legacy lives on through this exhibition.
Join our panelists as we look at the space Rowe’s Playhouse occupied in larger histories of Atlanta and how artists’ homes continue to be spaces for art appreciation and community engagement.
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Banner Image: Nellie Mae Rowe (American, 1900–1982), Untitled (Nellie and Judith’s Houses), 1978–1982, crayon, marker, and pencil on paper, gift of Judith Alexander, 2003.209. © Nellie Mae Rowe.
Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe
The High Museum of Art is pleased to acknowledge The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts for its generous support of the exhibition and publication.
Major funding for this exhibition is provided by Judith Alexander and Henry Alexander and Troutman Pepper.
Generous support for the national tour of Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe is provided by the Art Bridges Foundation.