PBS revamps the 1969 BBC art history series “Civilisation” to make way for a post-modern audience.
The new polished marble sculptures of German duo Venske & Spänle take on more intimate (and sellable) scale in works related to their public artwork “Autoeater.”
Odessa Kelly is the director of Napier Recreation Center and a leader in the movement for affordable housing in Nashville. She interviews Ed Henley, a Nashville native who has worked with the city on large civic projects.
Atlanta’s Historic Hunter Street Baptist Church and Wheat Street Baptist Church are among the recipients of National Park Service grants to preserve African American Civil Rights sites and history.
This week, Terry takes us to Blandtown with Gregor Turk and to a GSU photo exhibition at Cage Space.
Join us this week for thrilling events in the arts all throughout the South!
This week, Terry takes us to openings at the Swan Coach House Gallery, Poem88, Notch8, Parlor, Blue Mark Studios and more!
This Thursday, Atlanta’s favorite improv company Dad’s Garage will use the artwork of Trevor Wayne to set up scenarios.
Check out this week’s art happenings around the South!
Nashville duo New Hat Projects creates custom wallpaper interiors that are like immersive art installations.
This week, Terry takes us to the lively Art Papers Auction, Hi-Lo’s Birthday Party, MINT’s Leap Year Party, & more!
Check out what’s happening in the Southern art scene this week!
MARCH Djerassi Location: Woodside, CA Residencies at Djerassi are awarded competitively, at no cost, to national and international artists in the disciplines of choreography, literature, music composition, visual arts, and media arts/new genres. We seek applications from emerging and midcareer artists, for whom appointments as resident artists may make a significant difference to their careers, as…
Using such unorthodox materials as acorns, shells and artificial hair, Atlanta artist Charity Harris creates hybrid garments infused with personal meaning.
This week, Terry checks out shows at Marcia Wood, Whitespace, Southwest Arts Center and MOCA GA.
* BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Discrit: Season No. 1 (Discussion) Murmur Media / 7- 8pm TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Visiting Artist Talk: Robin Vande Zande Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design / 6 pm WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Murals on Private Walls Work Session Meeting C4 hosts at Atlanta City Hall / 1-2pm…
Trevor Reese upends viewer expectations by casting the interior of a garden shed and printing a towering text drawn from an array of sources.
The choreographer talks about collaboration, performing in unconventional spaces, adapting myths to modern-day storytelling and performance, and dance as an art practice.