Atlas Lab Shortlisted for Sacramento Convention/Community Theater Plaza Public Art
The City of Sacramento is renovating and expanding the Community Center Theatre and Convention Center beginning in 2019 and re-opening in 2021. The project includes large, community plaza. The City of Sacramento, Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, a division of the City of Sacramento Convention and Cultural Services Department, has prepared call to artists to develop art proposal for the plaza area. Atlas is thrilled to develop proposal and to continue creating a more vibrant Sacramento! Photo: City of Sacramento
Atlas Lab Announces New Leadership
We are beyond excited to announce our two new Principals and Partners, Marq Truscott and Erik Prince! Marq joins us with 35 years of experience in landscape architecture and projects that are diverse in scale and context. He lectures for the landscape architecture program at the University of California, Davis and serves on their Advisory Board as the Chair. Prior to joining Atlas Lab, Marq founded Quadriga Landscape Architecture. With over 15 years of experience in landscape architecture, Erik has led projects that combine strategic planning and urban design with the construction of complex public spaces. His design talent and leadership are distinguished in the profession, with expertise in resilience and sustainability planning. Alongside Kimberly Garza, Marq and Erik plan to keep pushing the envelope of innovation when it comes to designing conscious spaces with Atlas Lab. We’ve got some very exciting things in the works, so stay tuned!
Atlas Lab Shortlisted for Characters on Kay
Characters on Kay is about creating a unique, walkable art experience that promotes a sense of discovery and whimsy, threading through the heart of Sacramento. ATLAS will develop art concepts to enliven the public realm. We envision a series of small sculptures characters with backstories, doing various, quintessentially Sacramento activities.
TopoSHARE on Display at Oak Park First Friday, Come Play and Bring Donation!
Event: Oak Park First Friday - June, 1, 2018 Location: 3400 Broadway, Sacramento CA 95817 TopoSHARE is a temporary art installation that engages the community while tasking them to give back to those in need. Formed of colorful milk crates, the installation creates a “topographic” surface for the community to gather and play. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services are soliciting donations and will use the milk crates that form TopoSHARE to collect and store goods at Oak Park First Friday on June 1, 2018. We are seeking socks, toiletries and school supplies. TopoSHARE is a selected Creative Economy Pilot Program project - an initiative by the City of Sacramento to increase economic activity and improve public spaces through art, food and technology.
Atlas Lab Selected as Sacramento365’s Featured Artist
Check out how ATLAS Lab's Director Kimberly Garza is using the power of collaboration and design to transform her hometown of Sacramento, see article here.
Atlas Lab Awarded Creative Economy Pilot Project Grant
The highly competitive grant program is a City of Sacramento initiative to increase economic activity and improve public spaces through art, food, and technology initiatives. ATLAS Lab’s proposal, “TOPOshare” is a temporary art installation that seeks to improve public life on Broadway and serve as community outreach tool for local nonprofits. Comprised of a series of colorful milk crates, once assembled and configured, create a “topographic” surface for the community to interact, discover and play. Partnering with local nonprofits, the same milk crates will be used to collect donation goods pre and post installation. Stay tuned for more information.
Kimberly Garza Awarded 40 Under 40 by Sacramento Business Journal
Sacramento Business Journal honors young professionals that excel in their workplaces and in their communities.
Kimberly Garza of Atlas Lab Featured in Comstock’s Magazine
Kimberly Garza chats with Comstock's Magazine about the role of landscape architecture and making vibrant public spaces in our cities.