“Art, in itself,
is an attempt to bring
order out of chaos.”
- Stephen Sondheim


Chaos can sometimes lead to dramatic change, while order can be tenuous and temporary. As both opposites and partners, “Chaos” and “Order” pop up in unexpected ways in our daily lives—at work, in politics, culture and nature.

This dichotomy also is frequently found in art, and it’s from this thread of philosophy that we initiate our
artist call for ARTvision Atlanta’s 9th fund-raising season—all to benefit Positive Impact. Are you an artist wanting to give back to your community and have your work make a difference? Please join us!



As in previous years, the “Chaos/Order” theme is merely a suggestion, not a hard-and-fast rule. We encourage artists of all mediums to submit pieces. Your pieces will be due in September, our jury will convene in October, and our event will be held once again at Stone Four Studios in December.

To date, ARTvision has raised more than $50,000 - the bulk of which has been donated to Positive Impact. For more on this event, go to the
About tab or have a look at past years in the Archive section.

If you’re an artist and would like to participate, please fill out the sign-up sheet below (coming soon). Have a wonderful summer and we hope to hear from you soon!

As always,
contact us with any questions.




[featured: “Stoic Layers” by Will Pollock]