See below for arts events through Monday, June 6, 2011. See also Modern Atlanta’s website for a full schedule of design and architectural events Friday, June 4 through Sunday, June 12, 2011. And don’t forget to visit BURNAWAY’s table at the Artlantis art and music festival this Saturday!
Archive Content from May 2011
FLUX 2011, the sequel to last year’s ambitious evening of public art, returns to Castleberry Hill on Friday, September 30, 2011. This morning Flux Projects announced the full list of sponsored artists, installations, and performances that will be included in this year’s event that, along with two incarnations under the management of Le Flash, embodies [...]
Mark Basehore and James McConnell are charming. So charming in fact, that these co-owners of Beep Beep Gallery, who have been known to draw a person in with their wit and incredible enthusiasm for the Atlanta art scene, managed to strand us on the roof of their Midtown gallery. Basehore and McConnell have been champions [...]
When I say that the Zoetic Dance Ensemble performed in the Fountain of Rings at Centennial Olympic Park over the weekend, I truly mean “in the fountain” and not just “in front of” or “nearby.” Sponsored by Flux Projects, the performance began with six of the eight dancers in uniform black outfits and white swim [...]
Click the player above to listen now, or click here to download the audio file. Special thanks to AM 1690, The Voice of the Arts, our partners in producing ARTSpeak with BURNAWAY. The radio program broadcasts over the airwaves every Tuesday between 8-8:30AM and between 6-6:30PM. Episode 27: Susannah Darrow speaks with Erica Jameson about [...]
05/23/11 To Do List: Through May 30
See below for arts events through Monday, May 30, 2011.
Carolyn Carr is a mid-career artist with deep roots in Atlanta. She lives in Castleberry Hill, but frequently travels for her career. She and her husband, artist Michael Gibson, host experimental art happenings locally at Garage Projects, which is literally a garage that opens onto Peters Street. She received her BFA from the Atlanta College [...]
At today’s downtown luncheon hosted by the Metro Atlanta Arts Fund, Mayor Kasim Reed announced that the 2012 budget for the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs would be restored to 2011 funding levels, saving the organization from the proposed 50 percent cut that protesters rallied against last week. “I’m absolutely delighted,” said Camille Love, director [...]
Nashville-based artist Adrienne Outlaw isn’t one to coddle her audience or sugarcoat the inspiration for her work. At her artist’s talk at Whitespace Gallery this past Saturday, she spoke directly about the biotechnological issues that inspire her work and the complicated ethical problems raised by rapidly developing technology. Her fuzzy, flesh-colored, breast-shaped sculptures are straight [...]
Dear neighbors, This publication is committed to providing fresh dialogue on contemporary art without charging subscription fees, without sacrificing trees for a monthly printed edition, and, above all, through articles written with smarts and soul. BURNAWAY runs on community support from generous individuals like you. Please join us in Cabbagetown this Saturday, May 21, 2011, [...]
Click the player above to listen now, or click here to download the audio file. Special thanks to AM 1690, The Voice of the Arts, our partners in producing ARTSpeak with BURNAWAY. The radio program broadcasts over the airwaves every Tuesday between 8-8:30AM and between 6-6:30PM. Episode 26: Jeremy Abernathy speaks with the Paper Twins, [...]
05/16/11 To Do List: Through May 22
See below for arts events through Sunday, May 22, 2011.
Special thanks to Gregor Turk and John Ramspott who submitted photographs from yesterday’s rally at Atlanta City Hall. We were not able to identify everyone in these photos, but feel free to comment below and let us know your thoughts!
Today BURNAWAY welcomes Megan Martin for this month’s Authors on Art, a series of creative responses by poets, novelists, and experimental writers curated by Blake Butler. When allied bombs destroyed Kurt Schwitters’s home and studio in Hanover Germany in 1937, he and his family (wife, son, parents, several guinea pigs) had been living inside a [...]