I'm on Xfinity and was watching Beecham House on Channel 8 when it suddenly went off. Now I can't get Channel 8, 246, or 247. Unable to reach ATL PBA or Xfinity to try and resolve. I don't want to miss All Creatures Great and Small tonight! 😭
What would you do if you won publishers clearing house and cash 4 life at the same time
Just made a donation. The Ken Burns documentaries are amazing. Full disclosure. I don't think that tax payer funds should be used to support public television.🤔
BIG NEWS IN THE ART WORLD:
ATLANTA ARTIST, GAYLE PRINTZ, EMERGES FROM COVID-19 ISOLATION A WORLD-CLASS ABSTRACT ARTIST
Fresh from her International debut in the Art World, Gayle Printz, an Atlanta Abstract Expressionist Artist, is already being compared to Jackson Po***ck. Inspired to bring beauty back into her world, Gayle Printz began painting during the crisis of COVID-19. In July, Ms. Printz submitted two paintings, “Pond” and “First” (below) to Le Musée de Peinture de Saint-Frajou in Paris, France, for entry in their 2020 International Art-Resilience Exhibition. The Museum states that the purpose of the Exhibition and selection of artwork, is “... to present the works characterizing the rigor in the search for artistic quality, creativity and technical mastery.” (Ksenia Milicevic, Founder, Le Musée de Saint-Frajou, Paris, France, and Co-Founder of the International Art-Resilience Movement)
Upon receipt, the Museum accepted both paintings submitted by Ms. Printz. They are now on exhibit in Salon 6 of Le Musée de Peinture de Saint-Frajou in Paris, and online, through September 8. After that, the online presentation of her work will go into the permanent archives of the Museum. Her paintings can be accessed through the Museum’s Online Exhibition at http://www.art-resilience.com/6-salon-international-art-r%C3%A9silience/
Effectively using color, three-dimensionality and distinct brushwork—rather than tangible structures—as her tools of expression, Gayle Printz creates a synchronicity between beauty and universal context. Her work draws you in. While inviting the spectator to establish a deep, intimate connection, her paintings challenge us to assign personal meaning through the use of our own imagination and emotional memory. For Ms. Printz, creating these works of art brought beauty and meaning back into her life during Covid-19 isolation. By encouraging each of us to use our mind as the lens through which to find meaning, her work will also bring beauty and meaning to any viewer open to embarking on this subconscious journey.
Gayle Printz is now offering a limited number of highly sought after original Abstract Expressionist paintings for sale through GaylePrintz.com Bids are also accepted by email addressed to [email protected]
THIS is the 4th week that Death in Paradise has no sounds. Has a clear picture, but no sounds of voices.
HELP we love this program. The ad for the show has sounds and voices, but the actual show does not.
I am deeply concerned that ATL PBA will NOT be screening the documentary "And She Could Be Next" June 29-30, though other PBS stations across the country will be. Why are you censoring women filmmakers of color, especially on a topic of great relevance to Georgians? This film features prominent Georgians, covers relevant and historically significant events from the 2018 election, and raises awareness around important contemporary issues like voting rights which as recently as yesterday have been shown to be in significant jeopardy in our community. Please make this right by airing this film, promoting it appropriately, and apologizing to the filmmakers, your audience, and your funders. Thank you.
Hi PBA Atlanta, during this time when so many people are looking for ways to fill their day and many are suffering extreme financial hits, is it appropriate for PBA to do hours and hours of fundraising broadcasts? I don't need endless loops of Suze Orman telling me to send my $$ to ATL PBA.
What happened to Downton Abby? You are showing Les Miserables instead?
You're kidding -- right? Over the past several weeks, you ran the entire series of Downton Abbey up through the first episode of the final season and NOW magically, you pull the final few episodes? REALLY???? I've planned my Sundays around this since the beginning of the year. Here I am -- ready for the final Sunday -- and what do I find? LES MIS!!!!! Well, guess what? I'M MISERABLE over this insane, misguided scheduling move! Who was asleep at the wheel over there?
Just want to thank ATL PBA for treating it's givers like crap this holiday season. After messing up the Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets so terribly, you'd at least think you could provide the refunds you promised, but you have not. You really need to consider the work ethics of Brandon Brown, he doesn't return emails, nor process refunds. I really hope to see my refund tomorrow or this will escalate.
I do hope ATL will be part of the broadcast group for this
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I purchased a product from PBA Atlanta the beginning of October. It still has not arrived. I try to call, to get my money back, it always goes to voicemail. I send emails, with no response. How do I get my money back?