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    Art & Beer: A Perfect Pairing

    Over the past three decades, the craft brewing revolution has created a massive, multi-industrial renaissance that continues to blur boundaries and spawn new waves of creativity. On local and...

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    Talking Heads: Megan Mosholder & Jason Peters

    Atlanta artist Megan Mosholder and Brooklyn-based Jason Peters make large-scale, site-specific installations. Peters earned a BFA in sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in 1999,...

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    In 200 Words: New Book Surveys the Rock Album Art of Hipgnosis

    The London-based Hipgnosis design firm may have been rock music’s greatest, and a new book pulls together the album art it produced over three decades. Cofounder Storm Thorgerson introduces...

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    “Fractured Narratives” Engages at the Cornell Museum in Florida

    The title of an exhibition at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, “Fractured Narratives: A Strategy to Engage,” seems as likely to be plucked from a conversation between curators as...

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    Help Us End 2014 with a Bang!

    It’s been a great year for BURNAWAY, and 2015 will be even better as we launch our Visiting Critics series and our Emerging Writers Mentorship Program. Our cleaner redesigned...

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    NEA Grants: Your Tax Dollars at Work

    The National Endowment for the Arts recently awarded 919 grants to national arts organizations through its Art Works program, designated for the creation of art, to encourage public engagement...

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    Jaume Plensa and the Mutable Site-Specific

      Jaume Plensa’s stainless steel and stone sculpture from 2012 titled Waves III, currently installed on the campus of Davidson College, is not site-specific. While this assertion may appear typical...

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    To Do List: Through December 29

    Covering Atlanta and the Southeast, check out this week's To Do List for upcoming art events, lectures, workshops, talks, and openings through December 29.

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    Studio Visit: Ashley Anderson

    Ashley Anderson is no one-trick pony. His work ranges from lovely abstractions in the form of pixilated portraits to expertly drawn and super-detailed illustrations to large-scale installations that bring...

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    Craig Drennen Receives Art Matters Grant

    Atlanta’s Craig Drennen and Garrett Bradley of New Orleans are among the 28 artists who have received a grant from Art Matters, the New York-based philanthropy that is “particularly interested...

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    Art Gifts for the Holidays!

    The holiday season is in full swing, and a number of art galleries are helping to ease some gift-giving angst—another scarf, really?—with group shows full of small, affordable artworks. On...

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    The Waiting Game: Greg Pond at Seed Space in Nashville

    Greg Pond’s mixed-media installation “The Place You Will Wait for the Rest or Your Life” opened at Nashville’s Seed Space on November 1, during the monthly Arts & Music...

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    WonderRoot Podcast: Masud Olufani

    Actor and visual artist Masud Olufani chats with WonderRoot‘s Floyd Hall about how he processes history and the context surrounding his “Children of the Windy City” series. He also reflects on...