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 in public 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.

Becoming a supporter of BURNAWAY means directly contributing to our coverage, discussion, and examination of the visual arts in and from our region. In addition to our online publication, which produces over 420 articles a year, we connect Atlanta to a larger regional, national and global arts conversation through our critic-in-residence program; provide mentorship for students, artists, and emerging writers through our writing programs; contribute to Atlanta’s archival legacy through our print publications; and throw a damn good party every Spring.

There are many ways to support BURNAWAY!


Becoming a member means gaining access to BURNAWAY and all of its programs in a more substantial way. Members have unique opportunities to meet our Visiting Critics and Critics-in-Residence, attend writing workshops, receive a subscription to BURNAWAY’s annual print edition, and more throughout the year!

Read more about membership levels and sign up today. 


BURNAWAY recognizes the importance that writers and thinkers play in supporting artist communities to promote, challenge, and propel them forward. BURNAWAY works to develop and connect the arts in Atlanta and the Southeast to create a more thriving and recognized arts community. If you appreciate the work we do to champion art in Atlanta and the Southeast, please consider donating today.

Click here to make your donation today.


For more information on individual and corporate sponsorship, please contact Stephanie Cash, Executive Director or  call  678.999.3148


BURNAWAY is always looking for volunteers to help with our many community programs throughout the year. For more information on how you can help, please contact Stephanie Cash.