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Burnaway expands coverage of New Orleans and the Gulf South, bringing on former Pelican Bomb staffer Charlie Tatum as first regional Editor-at-Large.

BA’s latest news-in-brief announces the only Southern venue for the exhibition “Art After Stonewall” and the departure of Atlanta Contemporary curator Daniel Fuller.

This edition of BA’s News-in-Brief introduces the curators of the inaugural Tennessee Triennial and shares a call for the end of unpaid internships at museums.

Our latest To Do List features BA’s top picks for art events across the South this week, including screenings in New Orleans and openings in Savannah, Lexington, and Atlanta.

This edition of BA’s News-in-Brief remembers the late artists Camille Billops and Ruth Laxson and announces the expansion of Miami’s Rubell Museum.

Our latest To Do List features BA’s top picks for art events happening across the South this week, including openings in Asheville, Athens, and Miami, and Atlanta Design Festival.

Burnaway and Scalawag are seeking contributors and on-the-ground reporters to work on a collaborative longform series of stories exploring the connective threads between labor conditions, hyper-development, and arts workers in the South.

This edition of BA’s news digest includes announcements of a new Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and new leaders at US museums and universities.

Our latest To Do List features BA’s top picks for art events happening across the South this week, including the opening of Diana Al-Hadid’s solo exhibition in Nashville and Finster Fest at Paradise Gardens.

This edition of BA’s news digest includes information about the inaugural Tennessee Triennial, the redevelopment of the Goat Farm Arts Center, NOMA’s reopened sculpture garden, and more.

BA’s top picks for art-related events happening this week across the South, including openings in Charlotte and Atlanta and a thirtieth anniversary screening of Marlon Riggs’s film “Tongues Untied.”

This edition of BA’s news digest announces artist María Korol as the inaugural Edge Award winner and the appointment of Sarah Higgins as editor of Art Papers magazine.