Carolinas editor Susan Lee Mackey observes the successes and failures of public land management through two new exhibits at the Asheville Art Museum.
How did a rural documentary training program lead to murder? Lina Alam explores the enduring legacy and reverberations of Appalshop, a community film workshop founded in Whitesburg, Kentucky in 1969.
In this inaugural Letter from the Carolinas, Editor-at-Large Susan Mackey, confronts the long history of Southern white photographers who depict environments connected to chattel slavery and trauma.
Beth Ward reviews a survey of women photographers, unpacking how artists have responded to and moved beyond the male gaze in their work.
Jessica Baran considers how a patriotic survey exhibition on the subject of craft reflects America’s complicated view of itself.
Sara Lee Burd visits Engine for Art, Democracy and Justice in Nashville.
Artist and educator María Magdalena Campos-Pons reflects on the life and legacy of Breonna Taylor in prose.
Artist and Louisville native Noel W Anderson reflects on his work and the life of Breonna Taylor at the Speed Art Museum, Louisville.
Editor Jasmine Amussen travels to Louisville and finds love and homecoming at the Speed Art Museum.