The Future Gallery, located in Atlanta's Underground area, and Trap Music Museum recently collaborated to honor 14 Black-owned businesses who have poured back into Atlanta communities during Black History Month.
Once again the Trap Music Museum (TMM) has curated another experience that Atlanta and the Black community can be proud of. The TMM has made its mission to celebrate Black visual artists from around the world whose exposure is often limited. Artists are teaming up to push the revitalization of "Underground Atlanta".
“It’s important to continue to amplify and celebrate the rich history of Black Business in Atlanta with initiatives such as Black Currency,” says Trap Music Museum Marketing Manager, James Miller. The exhibition highlighted The Gathering Spot, Aunties Production, ButterATL, Bar Vegan, A Ma Maniere, Zucot, Goodr, Busy Bees, Collab Capital, Talley and Twine, Waterboyz, AEBL and Low Country Restaurant.
The museum pop-up at Future Gallery is open for business Tuesday — Saturday 2 pm — 6 pm at 50 Upper Alabama St SW #78, in Underground Atlanta for the entire month of February. In addition to the “Black Currency” - Art Gallery and Exhibition, there will also be a series of events throughout the month:
● “NFT Talk” - Friday, February 18th, 2022; 7pm - 9pm ● “Exhibit Closing”- Sunday, February 27th, 2022; 1pm - 6pm
Photographer Credit: Getty Images North America - Paras Griffin / Contributor