The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia is pleased to highlight these amazing videos produced in conjunction with Felipe Barral and IGNI Productions.

MOCA GA’s own Annette Cone-Skelton is featured in this video short by Felipe Barral, IGNI Productions and ARTSATL produced for the Arts Legacy Series, 2018.  ARTSATL profiled Atlanta arts leaders in The Legacy Series in order to discover their stories of success and determine what keeps them passionate about art.  In conjunction, an additional short in which Annette discusses her personal process of creating art offers wonderful insight.

L. Walker, featuring celebrated Georgia artist, Larry Walker, was created in conjunction with the MOCA GA two-part retrospective: “Larry Walker: The Early Years” June 2 – July 31, 2018 and “Larry Walker: The Later Years” August 11 – October 27, 2018. The film was produced, filmed, written and edited by Felipe Barral Funded by the Judith Alexander Foundation.

Filmed during the 2nd part of MOCA GA’s two-part retrospective exhibition, “Larry Walker: The Later Years” August 11 – October 27, 2018, this video is an episode of “Collective Knowledge with Gail O’Neill and Felipe Barral,” produced by IGNI productions.

Felipe Barral, IGNI Productions & the G Channel created Empowering the Next Generation Through Art, a film in partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) documenting the Museum’s ongoing  programs with Walker County High Schools. The film debuted on March 28, 2019, at the Walker County School System Arts Festival at Saddle Ridge High School in Walker County, Georgia.