Infused with an anarchic glee, Hildebrands current show churns up pop culture references in works that revel in an aesthetic of excess.
What we saw on our tour of the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Now based in Sydney, Amber Boardman is in Atlanta for her upcoming exhibition at Sandler Hudson, and is holding a series of one-on-one workshops with artists.
The realist painter has been awarded the $10,000 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art.
In this episode of Brain Fuzz Bits, the Zuckerman Museum of Art curator talks about books that she owns, and books every artist should have.
Terry hit a number of Atlanta’s scrappier spaces this week, including Good Enough, Murmur, Hi-Lo Press and Centerform, in addition to the more established Kai Lin Fine Art.
Two exhibitions we think you should know about: “Pride of Place” at the New Orleans Museum of Art, and “To & Fro: Correspondence Art by Jack Logan & Kosmo Vinyl” at Lyndon House Arts Center in Athens, Georgia.
We asked some local and regional arts organizations how the National Endowment for the Arts has helped them, and what they stand to lose if the agency were eliminated.
With Trump threatening to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts, arts organizations around the country are on tenterhooks, mounting counter attacks, and strategizing for a future without federal support of the arts. In Atlanta, the High Museum of Art, in collaboration with WonderRoot and the Spelman Museum of Fine Art, has spearheaded a postcard-writing…
The Atlanta-based email marketing service receives props for its generous support of the arts.
Ten works from Atlanta’s Souls Grown Deep Foundation are going to the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Charlotte artist Stephanie J. Woods creates work rooted in African-American culture, but the questions she raises are universal.
The Atlanta Photography Group will feature the work of the top two student winners of its photography prize, given to MFA photography students in Georgia.
More murals in this week’s Terry on the Town, this time from the Forward Warrior project in Cabbagetown, as well as openings for Scott Eakin at Marcia Wood and Corinna Sephora at Callanwolde, and the last day of “Gathered III” at MOCA GA.
JULY 2017 ARC: Artist Residency Chattanooga Location: Chattanooga, TN Artist Residency Chattanooga (ARC) functions as an arts incubator and offers professional development for artists from around the world, giving time and space to create new work in Chattanooga for one month. In exchange for having time to focus on new work and ideas, the artist is…
WonderRoot has just announced the Walthall Fellows for 2017-18. The selected artists will be included in a group exhibition at MOCA GA in 2018. During the fellowship year, they will participate in a professional development program that includes financial planning, grant-writing workshops, and other business basics. They also interact with leading arts professionals, and work with a…
Every Tuesday, we catch up with the indefatigable Terry Kearns to see what he’s been up to, where he’s gone, and what he’s seen. If you don’t know Terry, he’s the bespectacled man with the tousled head of hair and a camera in front of his face who can be seen buzzing around and through damn…
The High acquires a major work by Kara Walker that takes Stone Mountain as its subject.