For our Camouflage series, Leia Genis speaks with Victoria Dugger on the push and pull grotesque gaze directed towards and enacted by Black, disabled bodies.
Amarie Cemone Gipson, founder of The Reading Room, sits with Camille Bacon to discuss her journey in creating the Black art reference library and her vision for its future in Houston.
Karina Teichert speaks with Crystal Jin Kim to discuss art-making as an act of devotion, Asian mothering, and the human experience’s ephemerality.
In solidarity with Abolition Week 2023, Bryn Evans speaks with artist Foad Satterfield in an extended interview to discuss nature’s subversion of carceral geographies.
For Father’s Day 2023, Burnaway revisits a beloved public program titled Spirit Spectrum, featuring poets and storytellers Ra Malika Imhotep and Akbar Imhotep.
In conjunction with the opening of Jackson Fine Art’s new space, Bryn Evans speaks with owner Anna Walker Skillman to discuss the gallery’s next chapter.
Bryn Evans meets with Los Angeles-based painter Calida Rawles to consider water’s ubiquity in Black popular culture, swimming as metaphor, and the liquid nature of memory.
Erin Johnson converses with Lauren Strohacker and Dr. Lisa Minerva Tolentino on the movement of light and meaning of red in relation to Strohacker’s solo exhibition at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston-Salem, NC.
In this interview, Bryn Evans speaks with artist Lava Thomas and curator Dr. Bridget R. Cooks, discussing Southern family origins, the supposed sanctity of photography, and serendipity’s sweet magic.