The fourth New Orleans triennial has some surprises in store.
Four of the most egregious Confederate monuments have been removed. Protestors aren’t finished.
The curator will be making the rounds in Atlanta and giving a talk on her transition from the Studio Museum in Harlem to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas.
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The High Museum’s new chief curator, an expert in the field of decorative arts, has ties to several Southern museums.
A weekly virtual tour of must-see exhibitions in the South.
Myrna Anderson Fuller is credited with successfully guiding Hammonds House Museum through difficult times.
A town-wide art competition for Southern artists gives $120,000 in prizes ranging from $1,000 to $50,000.
The globe-trotting curator is leaving Birmingham for St. Louis.
A bill before Congress may boost funding for the NEA and NEH, despite Trump’s call for their elimination.
A grant of $575,000 will go towards collecting and digitizing works by African-American artists.
Every Tuesday, we’ll check in with man-about-town Terry Kearns, who tries to catch as many art events as possible.
The High Museum of Art has acquired a major trove of works by African-American self-taught artists from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation.
Overnight, the City of New Orleans removed the Battle of Liberty Place monument, the first of four that will come down after a lengthy and contentious legal battle.
* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS MONDAY, APRIL 24 *Panel: Arts Criticism in the Digital Age Auburn Avenue Research Library / 10:30am-12pm /Free, but RSVP WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 Event: Home is Where the Art Is: Avery Kastin 6:30-8:30pm / $25 tickets FRIDAY, APRIL 28 *Opening: Unloaded: Art & Guns Dashboard @ Marcia Wood Gallery / 6-10pm Opening: Daniel Biddy:…
The NEA and U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis have released a report detailing arts & culture workers and compensation by state.
BURNAWAY’s Spring Studio Soirée will be at Westview Studios in Atlanta’s Westview neighborhood. Come join us in the studios of Cosmo Whyte, Krista Clark, Yanique Norman, Tracey Murrell, Michael Jones, Charly Palmer, Brian Christian, John Crooms, Carolyn Grady, Kim Roseberry, Karen Simmons, John Taylor, and Lisa Zunzanyika, and art therapist Orion Crook. Studio Soirée gives the public a chance…