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In the latest edition of Burnaway’s news roundup, curator Rachel Reese relocates to Tennessee, Paul Stephen Benjamin wins the Hudgens Prize, and more.

Burnaway’s latest biweekly news roundup includes a new director at the Joan Mitchell Center and grants for conservation at the High and Asheville Art Museum.

In this edition of BA’s News-in-Brief, museums offer support to the Bahamas, “Southbound” wins a photobook prize, and the Tiger Strikes Asteroid network expands southward.

In this edition of BA’s News-in-Brief, a portion of Kusama’s “Infinity Rooms” finds a permanent home in Arkansas, the High Museum receives a landmark gift, and more.

In this edition of BA’s News-in-Brief, the death of Toni Morrison, vandalism in Baton Rogue, the Smithsonian buys a second Beyoncé portrait, and more.

BA’s biweekly news roundup includes the appointments of several new museum directors and curators and the closure of Atlanta nonprofit WonderRoot.

BA’s latest news roundup includes the announcement of a Caribbean Cultural Institute in Miami, the departure of SCAD’s head curator, and the 2019 Nexus Award recipients.

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.

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 updates on the return of Mammal Gallery in Atlanta, new gallery Mast and Flux Project’s partnership with Ponce City Market.