Our latest news roundup includes reports on artists’ participation in voting initiatives ahead of the 2020 presidential election, the prizewinners of this year’s “Louisiana Contemporary,” and more.

Burnaway’s staff picks for this week include the reopening of SECCA in Winston-Salem, a conversation with funk legend George Clinton, and an exhibition of Gulf South artists in New Orleans.

This week’s staff picks include screening of the short film ‘Soy Cubana,’ talks on Indigenous Visual Sovereignty, Audre Lorde, and an artist talk with Tina Freeman at LSU.

Our latest news roundup includes reports on the purchase of Howard Finster’s final home by the Paradise Garden Foundation and the reopening of the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans.

This week’s staff picks include a conversation between Aria Dean and Legacy Russell, the reopening of ICA Miami, and Paul Stephen Benjamin at the Hudgens Center.

Our latest news roundup includes reports on the risk of closure faced by American museums, a new memorial to enslaved laborers at the University of Virginia, and more.

This week’s staff picks include a roundtable discussion with artists and filmmakers and the opening of exhibitions at Atlanta Contemporary and MINT.

Burnaway remembers the late Bill Arnett, the Georgia-born art collector best known for championing the work of self-taught Black artists from the American South.

This week’s staff picks include a conversation with artist Steve Locke, screenings of films by Maya Deren, an interdisciplinary panel discussion on abolitionist praxis and thought, and more.

In this edition of our feature Take Five, we consider artists who are bringing innovative new ideas and approaches to the medium of ceramics.