BURNAWAY is excited to welcome critic-in-residence Erin Dziedzic to Atlanta. As part of her residency with BURNAWAY, Kansas City-based critic Erin Dziedzic’s public talk with focus on her curatorial projects, her publication artcore journal, and her interest in artists who explore issues of immigration and exile.
The talk is free and open to the public. It takes place on Tuesday, April 21, 6:30-8pm, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
About the Speaker:
Erin Dziedzic is the Curator and Head of Adult Programs at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City. She is also the founder of the online publication artcore journal and has contributed essays to numerous exhibition catalogues and books, including those on Steve Locke, Clare Rojas, and Hung Liu. Her critical interests include regionalism, exile, and the immigrant experience.
About the Critic-in-Residence Program:
BURNAWAY’s Critic-in-Residence program is changing the way cities can work together to support artists and their audiences. Working with Pelican Bomb in New Orleans to apply the same framework to a dual-city residency program, arts writers can participate in one-week stays in both Atlanta and New Orleans, which include artist studio visits, as well as museum, gallery, and private collection tours. BURNAWAY’s Critic-in-Residence Program is made possible by support from the National Endowment for the Arts.