- Printmakers Convene in Knoxville, Make Plans for ATL in 2017
- BURNING QUESTIONS: How Do I Price My Work?
- Permanent Residents at the Asheville Art Museum
- Michael Rooks To Receive the Nexus Award
- Hagedorn Foundation Gallery Has (Not) Closed
- Q&A: Catching up with Maggie Ginestra
- 200 Words: John Harlan Norris at Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock
- Q&A: Jane Garver On Her Upcoming “Process Residency”
- Transcending Signifiers in “Identified: A Queer Variety Show”
- 200 Words: Sarah Hobbs at the Carson McCullers Center in Columbus
Countdown to Art Crush 2014!
Art Crush 2014 is this Saturday, March 22! Get a jump on the competition by visiting our Paddle8 page to peruse and bid on hot lots by such notable artists as Rocio Rodriguez, Craig Drennen, Marcus Kenney, Amy Pleasant, Andy Moon Wilson, Bethany Collins, Brendan Carroll, Ann-Marie Manker, Ashlynn Browning, Sean Abrahams, and Sarah Emerson. Bids start as low as $25. There’s something for everyone!
Online bidding ends on March 22 at 12PM. Silent bidding on those lots continues in person at our evening event on March 22 at Paris on Ponce, but only for those lucky bidders in attendance!
Live auction items offer experiences with artists and luminaries Pam Longobardi, Lonnie Holley, Jiha Moon, Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier, Aubrey Longley-Cook, Katherine Taylor, Scott Ingram, Lydia Walls, David Courtright, Harrison Keys, Adrienne Outlaw, Angela West, Rusty Wallace, curator Michael Rooks, and the city of Birmingham! Tickets are $40 in advance and $50 at the door.
We’ll ply you with colorful cocktails from our friends at the Sound Table and tasty bites from Noni’s Bar and Deli, the Bookhouse Pub, Octopus Bar, Argosy, Mother, and Victory Sandwich Bar.
The fabulous Ellisorous Rex is playing hostess. Get a sneak peak here.
Become a member of the Host Committee and join us for the VIP Preview at the Grant Park studio of Katherine Taylor on March 20, 7-9pm.
Don’t miss the most fun, most irreverent fundraiser in town!
The Art Crush Auction is an annual fundraiser that supports the mission of BURNAWAY, an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing critical coverage and dialogue about the arts in Atlanta and the Southeast. Because we are a nonprofit, we rely on your support to produce our programs. Your ticket is a major part of this effort and is partially tax-deductible.