We asked some local and regional arts organizations how the National Endowment for the Arts has helped them, and what they stand to lose if the agency were eliminated.

With Trump threatening to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts, arts organizations around the country are on tenterhooks, mounting counter attacks, and strategizing for a future without federal support of the arts. In Atlanta, the High Museum of…

WonderRoot has just announced the Walthall Fellows for 2017-18. The selected artists will be included in a group exhibition at MOCA GA in 2018. During the fellowship year, they will participate in a professional development program that includes financial planning,…

Candice Greathouse will be leaving her position as MINT’s Gallery & Creative Director, effective January 31, in order to focus on her art practice and independent projects. Greathouse received an MFA in photography in 2012, and an MA in contemporary art history in…

Art Papers, Atlanta’s longtime print magazine of contemporary art, has announced that it is switching to a quarterly publication schedule from the bimonthly schedule it has followed since 1977. In tandem, it will redesign its print format and launch…

Nimble gallerist Marcia Wood is shifting her business model again, returning to a single bricks-and-mortar location instead of operating two. Benjamin Britton’s not-to-be-missed painting show at the Midtown space — closing this Saturday — will end Wood’s run in Midtown….

Atlanta artists Jiha Moon and Cosmo Whyte are the winners of $10,000 grants from the New York-based organization Artadia. The winners were selected by Daniel Fuller, curator of Atlanta Contemporary, and Katherine Jentleson, curator of folk and self-taught art…