Susannah Darrow is a native Atlantan who left briefly to study art history, printmaking, ’60s and ’70s underground music, and English. In 2013, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits named her one of the top 30 nonprofit leaders in Atlanta under the age of 30 . She serves on the Board of Directors of Georgia Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Advisory Committee for Atlanta Celebrates Photography. She previously served on the Board of Directors of Art Papers and on the advisory committees for the Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award and the Hudgens Prize. A member of the 2014 class of Arts Leaders of Metro Atlanta, she received a BA in art history from the University of Georgia (2007) and MA in art history from Georgia State University (2013).
Stephanie Cash has been the Editor of BURNAWAY since November 2013. She is responsible for all editorial content for the website, and for producing the annual print edition. In March 2015, she initiated the launch of BURNAWAY's new Atlanta Art Guide, a free, foldout list and map of current exhibitions and venues in the city. She was an editor at Art in America magazine in New York from 1993 to 2012, most recently serving as News Editor. While there, she wrote numerous feature articles, exhibition reviews, and news stories in addition to working with writers on the same. She contributes to such publications as Art in America, Photograph, and Modern Painters, and has also worked as a freelance writer and editor for ArtsATL.com, Rizzoli, and Prestel publishers and Pace and Marian Goodman galleries, among others. She has lived in Atlanta since 2012.
Jacquelyn O’Callaghan is BURNAWAY’s assistant editor. Originally from Atlanta, she holds an MFA in art criticism and writing from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and a BA in studio art and art history from Tulane University in New Orleans. She compiles our To Do List and weekly newsletter, and performs sundry editorial tasks.
Kimberly Binns has a background in art and design, and a lifelong curiosity and appreciation of all things creative. She is a creative partner with artist Fabian Williams in the production and creative development firm Temporary Visionary. She will be included in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia’s Working Artist Prize apprenticeship exhibition. She is also producing her own "micro-mentary" series on artists. Kimberly is originally from Washington D.C. and holds a BFA from Georgia State University. She does karaoke like nobody’s business and her passions include, well, everything. You can usually find her (and her hair) traversing the arts scene, making new friends, and just being awesome.
Haylee Anne is a photographer working out of Atlanta and New York City. She is currently represented by the Road Gallery. At an early age, she swooned over lush National Geographic landscapes, which sparked her desire to create. In 2013, she received the Excellence of Artistry Award, presented by the Smithsonian, the Kennedy Center, the VSA, and Volkswagen of America. She enjoys hip hop, her cat Story, sushi, and dancing. She’s been rocking social media for BURNAWAY.
Mindy Spritz, a Chicago native, is an Atlanta-based art administrator and educator. Most recently, Mindy developed the curriculum for BURNAWAY's Emerging Art Writers Mentorship Program and now manages it along with the Critic-in-Residence program. Mindy has served on the faculty of several colleges of art & design in the Midwest and Southeast, including the Art Institute of Atlanta and the Illinois Institute of Art, and has held a variety of positions creating and directing community art-related programs and special events at art centers, colleges, and other venues. You may know Mindy from her time at the Spruill Center for the Arts or one of the many committees or volunteer organizations she's involved with. Mindy holds both a bachelor and master's degree in studio art and is a doctoral candidate in Organizational Leadership and Administration.