- Newly Independent, ATL Jewish Film Festival Runs Jan. 28-Feb. 19
- Prospect.4 to be Organized by Curator from Nasher at Duke
- Trash Tales at The Nashville Public Library
- Florida Mining Gallery Giving Atlanta a Try at SBS’s Gallery 180
- Erin Colleen Johnson’s Videos Mesmerize in Tuscaloosa
- Matthew Gamber’s Photos of Perception at Hagedorn
- BURNING QUESTIONS: Submitting To A Gallery
- Driven to Distraction: Beth Lilly at Whitespace
- Prospect.3: The “Other” Biennial
- The Universe According to Camille Henrot, at Prospect.3
Since BURNAWAY was launched in 2008, we have featured the work of more than 1,000 artists and worked with over 100 writers online, in our print publications, and inpublic programs. The online magazine is available, in its entirety, for free. But each year, the cost of producing our programs and content grows along with our ambitions for increasing awareness of the visual arts in the South.
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