The NEA and U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis have released a report detailing arts & culture workers and compensation by state.
BURNAWAY’s Spring Studio Soirée will be at Westview Studios in Atlanta’s Westview neighborhood. Come join us in the studios of Cosmo Whyte, Krista Clark, Yanique Norman, Tracey Murrell, Michael Jones, Charly Palmer, Brian Christian, John Crooms, Carolyn Grady, Kim Roseberry, Karen Simmons, John Taylor, and Lisa Zunzanyika. Studio Soirée gives the public a chance to peek into the unique…
A long awaited case against Atlanta art dealer Bill Lowe was resolved on Tuesday, April 18, when Lowe pleaded guilty to three criminal charges stemming from his withholding of payments to artists for the sale of their work. Lowe’s Buckhead gallery was raided in 2013 and his hard drives confiscated. An indictment didn’t come until…
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Using Google images and a glitch aesthetic, the artist mines decades-old news and popular culture to make works that are fresh and at times dark.
Your list of art openings and event for the week of April 10, 2017.
Nine visual artists have been announced as finalists for the inaugural Southern Prize awards, given by the Atlanta-based regional organization South Arts. As part of the award, each artist receives an unrestricted $5,000 Southern Prize and State Fellowship, and will be in the running for the $25,000 Southern Prize and a two-week residency at the…
Activist artist Pam Longobardi is working with Syrian refugees to create and sell bags made from discarded life jackets. All proceeds support the refugee workers.
In her imaginative sculptures, Amy Landesberg explores the boundaries between nature and artifice, life and nonliving systems, and uncanny objects in general. “Things Grow Hair,” at Berry College’s Moon Gallery in Rome, Georgia through April 13, is her most recent iteration of the interstitial, or the intersectional, or the in-between, as a recent anthropology textbook…
The owners of Colony Square routinely use a public sculpture as a holiday prop, angering many in the art community.
Lori Waxman, art critic for the Chicago Tribune, visits regional cities to deliver capsule reviews of local artists’ work.
A new residency program launched by a Georgia non-profit aims to give more opportunities to local artists.
The Hambidge Creative Hive will provide studio and exhibition space at Colony Square for a dozen artist teams from April until June.
Davis, author of 9.5 Theses on Art and Class, will discuss changing ideas about art as a status symbol since the 1960s.
The $25,000 prize this year goes to Spelman College alum Naima Keith, the deputy director of exhibitions and programs at the California African American Museum.
MOCA Jacksonville finds a new leader with international and university experience.
The timely exhibition “Border Cantos” features photos by Richard Misrach of the US/Mexico border, and sound sculptures by Guillermo Galindo.
Last May, I went to New York with a friend to see the Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. My research in grad school all led to one portrait of Marie-Antoinette by the queen’s court painter, and it was in the exhibition. I would see it in person for…