2014’s December to Remember

2014’s December to Remember

When ARTvision Atlanta debuted in December in 2011 as a stand-alone event, it meant that Pizza for Good, art sales and general fund-raising stretched out the entire month. And in 2014, we had many exciting milestones and happy syncronicities of which we're very proud. 1 Dec. 2014 We started the month as we've always done, commemorating World AIDS [...]

Our New Year’s Eve Gourmet ‘Pizza For Good’ Menu is Set!

Our New Year’s Eve Gourmet ‘Pizza For Good’ Menu is Set!

For the 13th consecutive year, we'll be gathering at my house in midtown Atlanta to ring in 2015 with lots of spiffy gourmet pizzas. We'll be taking donations for Positive Impact and selling ARTvision pieces to close the year in style. We are eternally grateful to Baraonda Atlanta, which has graciously agreed to dough-nate again [...]

#QuotableMondays: Truth is Like a Mosaic [World AIDS Day]

#QuotableMondays: Truth is Like a Mosaic [World AIDS Day]

On a day of reflection for the 26th commemoration of World AIDS Day, we kick off ARTvision Atlanta's fund-raising season with a quote from a new artist presenting this year in support of Positive Impact. Dee Ruff, in her submission statement, talked a bit about how positive change and illumination do not always come in [...]

Reminder: Learn More about “Pizza for Good” at the Explore Tab

For a backstory on how Pizza for Good came to me an engine for building community, make sure to visit the Explore tab. Lots of good stuff there, including this mini doc created by Arno Hunter Myers. Enjoy! http://youtu.be/yocr5ti8r8U

(Still) Your Move, Chick-fil-A

Early on, in advance of Pizza for Good's release date last year, I wrote a post, "Your Move, Chick-fil-A," that talked about the pizza I created called "Closed on Sundays." That pie, which calls for a honey-mustard base with diced Chick-fil-A chicken strips and mozzarella cheese, became the break-out hit of the annual New Year's Eve gathering. The [...]