Originally from St. Louis, Katherine Miller is an MFA candidate Printmaking + Book Arts at the University of Georgia. She references the handwritten letter to explore themes of slowness, distance, embodiment, and emotional intimacy.
We sat down with the art historian and author of “Exhibiting Blackness: African Americans and the American Art Museum ” to discuss race, museums, and the art world.
Terry hit a number of Atlanta’s scrappier spaces this week, including Good Enough, Murmur, Hi-Lo Press and Centerform, in addition to the more established Kai Lin Fine Art.
*BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14 *Talk: Art Collecting 101 with Jane Cofer, Spalding Nix & Anne Tracht MOCA GA / 6:30-9pm THURSDAY, JUNE 15 *Talk: Lauren Haynes, Curator at Crystal Bridges Atlanta Contemporary / 7pm Opening: Karen Tauches “FLA-4EVR” Day & Night Projects / 7-10pm FRIDAY, JUNE 16 Opening: George Settos, “The Edge and…
Early Friday evening at Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward Skatepark, it was hard to tell that anything out of the ordinary was about to happen.
BURNAWAY asks various arts leaders their opinions on the age-old stereotype that art and sports don’t mix.
A lot of my friends know that spaces in the process of disappearing excite me. I get random calls from people as they drive by a particularly wonderful abandoned mansion or mystical disaster site. In a sense, my friends are registering a report with someone who cares. Related Stories: Art and Sports: Are the Two…