Join us for an evening with artist and author Adam J. Kurtz, who will read from Things Are What You Make of Them, his uplifting and no-nonsense collection of life advice for creatives, from professionals to hobbyists. Tackling the emotional realities of creative entrepreneurship with humor and heart, this evening will leave you feeling encouraged and excited to get back to doing your thing, whatever it is. Come together, laugh at your fear, and meet like-minded artists and makers from Atlanta and beyond.
This casual and intimate book reading will be followed by Q&A with Adam, and a chance to purchase books and his ceramic "FEELINGS" edition signed and personalized. All are welcome!
Space is limited—be sure to reserve your spot soon! Ticket includes access to MODA’s current exhibition, Wire & Wood: Designing Iconic Guitars.
"This brilliant, life-affirming book is chock full of audacious advice to help creative people make sense of rejection, failure, false starts, fame, happiness and collaborations." -Debbie Millman, host of Design Matters podcast
"Funny, wry, straightforward advice" -Adweek
"Pursuing art in all its forms, whether professionally or not, requires so much resilience and faith. Adam J. Kurtz's Things Are What You Make of Them is full of pick-me-ups and reminders that you are more than your self-doubt, and certainly you aren't alone in them. -BuzzFeed
Adam J. Kurtz is an artist and author whose illustrative work is rooted in honesty, humor and a little darkness. His books including 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion have been translated into over a dozen languages and his work has been featured in the New Yorker, VICE, Adweek and more.