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This edition of BA’s news digest includes details about a new Dashboard project in Hapeville, GA, and allegations of sexual harrassment against Atlanta street artist Ray Geier.

As we begin a new year, BURNAWAY looks ahead to ten exhibitions we’re anticipating in 2019, including shows in Atlanta, Richmond, New Orleans, Lexington, and elsewhere.

This edition of BA’s biweekly art news digest includes an exclusive announcement of the latest artists to receive funding from Atlanta-based initiative Idea Capital, an update on museums and other cultural institutions affected by the government shutdown, and more.

As the year comes to a close, BURNAWAY Executive Director Erin Jane Nelson and Editor Logan Lockner reflect on their favorite exhibitions in the South in 2018.

The second edition of BA’s biweekly art news digest includes stories about recently announced awards including the Tyson Prize and the Anonymous Was a Woman grants, a forthcoming Julie Mehretu survey set for a stop at Atlanta’s High Museum,…

The first edition of BA’s biweekly art news digest includes stories about recently named Atlanta Artadia winners, Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation arts writing grantees, a public art project in Jackson, MS involving artist Kara Walker, and more.

Atlanta-based artist Justin Rabideau, who served as director of the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University since its opening in 2014, died on October 24, 2018. Originally from upstate New York, where he received his BFA in…

The BURNAWAY Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Atlanta-based artist and curator Erin Jane Nelson as the organization’s Executive Director. An Atlanta native, Nelson returned to the city in 2015 after spending nearly a decade…

The New Orleans-based arts nonprofit Pelican Bomb, which runs the online publication of the same name, has announced that it will cease operations on November 30. Founded in 2011 by Cameron Shaw, the organization has regularly published reviews and essays…

Artist Andrew “Drew” Galloway (1964 – 2018), died on Tuesday, September 18 in Birmingham, Alabama. Born in Birmingham, he was a longtime resident of Atlanta before eventually returning to his home state. Galloway studied at the Alabama School of…

Two Atlanta-based organizations—the artist-run DJ collective Club Morph and the arts and advocacy organization Southern Fried Queer Pride—have announced an event next month that will combine one of Morph’s signature dance parties with a ball hosted by the legendary…

A new space for photography workshops and lectures called The Humid is set to open later this month in Athens, GA. Operated by photographers Mark Steinmetz and Irina Rozovsky, The Humid aims to host three or four ticketed workshops…

Earlier this week, it was announced that businessman Richard Sackler was involved in securing a patent for Buprenorphine, a newly updated drug produced by Rhodes Pharma that could combat opioid addiction. Sackler was recently called an “opioid billionaire” by the Financial…