- Chicken Town: Cathy McLaurin at the Power Plant in Durham
- Studio Visit: Nikita Gale, on Loving and Leaving
- AUDIO: What’s NEXT for Faith Carmichael and the National Black Arts Festival?
- Ann Stewart and Steven Millar Offer Quiet Surprises in Bushwick
- The Many Faces of A Queen
- JEMA Museum-en-Valise Travels to Ft. Myers
- Q&A with the Incandescent Molly Rose Freeman
- Meatyard’s Photos of Merton, at Institute 193 in Lexington
- Blake Beckham of the Lucky Penny Premieres Dearly Departures
- Flux Night Scores with Nato Thompson
Cathy McLaurin grew up in Silk Hope, a small community near Siler City, North Carolina. Her...
Nikita Gale is an Atlanta-based artist working in an array of media, from the tangible to the...
Atlanta-based Ann Stewart and New Yorker Steven Millar are nicely paired in an exhibition at Robert...
“The fantasy and mystery that is central to nightlife has a lot of appeal for me,”...
Paul McLean’s solo exhibition “Code Duello, Old Hick, & A Big Bang” brings the Brooklyn-based artist...
Eleven years ago, Sean Miller held an opening reception for the John Erickson Museum of Art’s...
Meatyard’s Photos of Merton, at Institute 193 in Lexington
In the mid-20th century, central Kentucky experienced a renaissance when a prominent milieu of artists, writers, and thinkers contemplated philosophical, social, and political issues ranging from spirituality to the...
- by Eileen Yanoviak - Posted July 22, 2014
Blake Beckham of the Lucky Penny Premieres Dearly Departures
Blake Beckham, choreographer and co-artistic director of the Lucky Penny, will premiere her latest evening-length work, Dearly Departures, at the DramaTech Theatre for a two-week run starting July...
- by Meredith Kooi - Posted July 21, 2014
From the Editor’s Desk: On Conflicts of Interest and Glass Houses
Occasionally in the art world, you’ll hear some noise about conflicts of interest, despite the fact that the art world is rife with conflicts of interest. The arts arguably could...
- by Stephanie Cash - Posted July 18, 2014
WonderRoot CSAs Grow Atlanta Art
WonderRoot has just launched its fourth “Community Supported Art” project, featuring works by six Atlanta artists. Similar to the farming CSAs—Community Supported Agriculture—it’s modeled after, WonderRoot’s seeks to connect...
- by BURNAWAY Staff - Posted July 18, 2014
Pre-Pong to Halo: New Film Traces the History of Video Games
Atlanta’s video game fans are expected to drop their controllers on Friday, July 18, as they venture out to the Plaza Theater to see the documentary Video Games: The...
- by Ryan Scallan - Posted July 17, 2014
Bernd Oppl’s Surreal Interiors Come Alive, in Athens
“Inhabited” is usually a reassuring word. The works in “Bernd Oppl: Inhabited Interiors” at the Georgia Museum of Art, however, beg the unsettling question: who, or what, is inhabiting...
- by Linnea West - Posted July 17, 2014