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Sherri Caudell


Sherri Caudell is an Atlanta-based critic and poet, as well as Editor-in-Chief of the forthcoming SHOCK of the FEMME magazine.

Atlanta Zine Fest Preview with Amanda Mills


The third annual Atlanta Zine Fest takes place this Saturday, July 18, 12 – 9pm, at Eyedrum. Admission is free! Check the Facebook page for more information. Sherri Caudell: When did your interest in zines begin? Amanda Mills: I officially got into zines in the fifth grade, and that’s part of the reason I’m so … Continued

Suzanne Mozes on the Narrative of Place


Writer, editor, and instructor Suzanne Mozes was recently awarded an Idea Capital grant. Mozes has made a name for herself in Atlanta with her Storybuilding creative writing classes and her innovative Saturday morning writing series called Under/Over/On. Under/Over/On has taken place at diverse locations such as the Oakland Cemetery, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the … Continued

Cheryl Goldsleger in Athens


In November, I met up with artist Cheryl Goldsleger at her spacious studio, which is an addition to her home in Athens. Cheryl makes architecturally inspired work that utilizes encaustic and 3D printing to discuss issue of space—how we think about it and maneuver through it. I first encountered two of Cheryl’s large-scale works in the inaugural exhibition … Continued

BURNAWAY's Best of 2014: Favorite Reads


Wrapping up our BURNAWAY’s Best of 2014, we asked our experts to tell us about some of their most memorable reads from the past year. (Don’t miss our Best Exhibitions of 2014, the top Movers, Shakers & Newsmakers, Best Cultural Experiences, Rocio Rodriguez’s Marfa experience, and what’s coming up in 2015!) [su_divider top=”no”] REBECCA REYNOLDS (New Orleans, LA) Assistant professor of … Continued

Studio Visit: Ashley Anderson


Ashley Anderson is no one-trick pony. His work ranges from lovely abstractions in the form of pixilated portraits to expertly drawn and super-detailed illustrations to large-scale installations that bring out the artist’s more conceptual side. Anderson’s work seems to pop up in a lot of places in Atlanta: wheat-pasted onto the storefront windows at Eyedrum, … Continued

Studio Visit: Carolyn Carr


Carolyn Carr is a busy woman. In addition to having work currently on view in two exhibitions right now—the group show “Hearsay” at the Zuckerman Museum of Art, through October 25, and a solo project “Vestibule” at Jackson Fine Art, through November 29—she also serves on the board of the Fulton County Arts Council and, … Continued