Burnaway publishes a Magazine & daily content that celebrates art from the South

I carry these in the hearth of my mind for as long as the days promise us a future.
Mood Ring


Artist Parker Thornton investigates the uneasy intimacy of the modern relationship between human bodies and nature through visual and written storytelling.
To Do List
A weekly roundup of upcoming art events and ongoing exhibitions throughout the South.
Center for Craft, celebrating 25 years

June 2, 2021

Burnaway's bi-weekly news roundup, with news from Mississippi Museum of Art's collaborative exhibition, curator Allison Glenn heads to Texas, and more.
Artist Talk: Paul Chan
Featured Art Guides

Atlanta’s art community is dispersed throughout Georgia's largest city and features a lively mix of traditional and contemporary art galleries, robust studio cooperatives, and DIY spaces, anchored by institutions such as the High Museum of Art and Atlanta Contemporary.

Explore Guide
DIY Index

Independent spaces are often on the cutting edge of emerging art communities. As in major art centers such as New York and Los Angeles, the South also hosts a number of alternative spaces for showing and creating artwork. Often artist-run and ephemeral, these spaces provide an essential site for experimentation in their communities.

Explore Guide

Tennessee's capital boasts a robust artist community and a wide variety of art institutions such as the Frist Art Museum, a number of university galleries, and a spirited DIY scene that includes some of the South's most exciting artist-run spaces.

Explore Guide