YES MA'AM: A Review
Yes Ma’am was a one-day art gallery featuring over twenty female artists from all over Georgia and their reflections on growing up in the south. The ladies of Yes Ma’am converted their home in the Historic West End into a gallery/house party venue for the day. The exhibit was hosted and curated by Amanda Norris and Hannah Alexander and featured a plethora of different mediums including a film installation, pottery, photography, poetry, and drawings. The themes of the artist’s work ran the gamut from goofy and absurd to that thin line between the profane and the profound. All in all, it seems the gallery was well received as the house was filled with people throughout its short opening hours from noon to four pm on Sunday, May 28th. All the donations collected at the door went to support the Partnership against Domestic Violence, Georgia’s first and largest nonprofit working to end domestic violence. For more info and additional photos check out. https://www.facebook.com/YesMaamArtShow/ .