- Attention Artists: 2015 Hudgens Prize Competition About to Open
- Studio Visit: S. Patricia Patterson
- The High Receives $2.5 Million For Folk Art
- The Inaugural Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, in Orlando
- Is Feminism a Dirty Word in Art?
- Hot Off the Press! BURNAWAY #2
- Art as Books, Books as Art
- Mason Murer Is Moving, Promises Better Parking
- “Art Is A Context Sport”: Q&A with Pastiche Lumumba
- “Second Life” and the Taxidermic Gaze, in Louisville
All posts tagged "Office of Cultural Affairs"
Gallery 72 Opens With Sampling of Atlanta Galleries
On May 8, with a ceremonious mayoral cutting of the ribbon, Gallery 72 opened its doors at 72 Marietta Street in Downtown Atlanta. The long-awaited gallery, announced nearly two years ago, was created to spur a reinvigoration of...
- Posted June 10, 2014
UPDATED: New Rule for Public Art Has Some Concerned
On April 9, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, members of the art community are invited to address their concerns over the proposed ordinance with Camille Love, executive director of the...
- Posted March 26, 2014
Dashboard Co-op Turns Three, Transforms Atlanta into a Boom City
Dashboard Co-op reflects on their beginnings as they bustle about the downtown space for their exhibition Saturday, February 2.
- Posted January 29, 2013
ARTSpeak: Elevate Returns for 10 Days of Art in Downtown Atlanta
Radio Version: Click the player above to listen to today’s broadcast on AM1690, or download the MP3.
- Posted October 16, 2012
Memorial Drive: The NAC and the 1970s Black Arts Movement
Memorial Drive is a collaborative series by BURNAWAY and ArtsCriticATL about the history of the arts in Atlanta. Ralph David Abernathy Memorial Park sits at the intersection of Formwalt Street and Abernathy Boulevard, near Turner Field. Artwork...
- Posted November 23, 2011
Four Coats Murals: An Alternative to Smiling Faces Holding Hands
Not too long from now, Atlantans will have four new murals to appreciate as they trek through various corners of Atlanta’s urban landscape. Four Coats Neighborhood Mural Project, the brainchild of Beep Beep gallery’s James McConnell, has...
- Posted June 23, 2011
Questioning the Mayor’s Gift and the Mythology of Economic Crisis
Following on the heels of a proposed cut to the arts and subsequent responses from Atlanta artists, Mayor Kasim Reed appeared at last month’s Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund luncheon with a seemingly grand and heroic announcement. Gathered...
- Posted June 15, 2011
Art in Crisis: Nonprofit resources tour to visit the ATL
If you’re familiar with any nonprofit arts organization, you’re probably already intimately familiar with the hardships they have been facing in recent years. Even organizations that were once strong and thriving have been pushed into a state...
- Posted February 11, 2010