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In the latest news roundup, Puerto Rican artist Daniel Lind-Ramos receives the second annual Pérez Prize, a new curator of decorative arts and design arrives at Atlanta’s High Museum, and more.

In Burnaway’s latest news roundup, artist Jamal Cyrus receives the 2020 Driskell Prize, Nashville’s Watkins College of Art faces an uncertain future, and more.

In Burnaway’s latest news roundup, a Deaf artist is chosen to sign the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, organizations including United States Artists announce new fellows, and more.

Independent arts funding initiative Idea Capital announces its latest grantees, including the Discrit lecture series and a podcast about Black life in Atlanta’s Cascade neighborhood.

In the first news roundup of the year, Creative Capital announces $3.5 million in grants, Burnaway’s assistant editor recives a MacDowell Fellowship, and more.

In Burnaway’s latest news roundup, NADA makes its third annual gift to PAMM, the High Museum closes its Sally Mann exhibition six weeks early, and more.

In the latest edition of Burnaway’s news roundup, Atlanta Artadia awardees are announced, and sixty artists are chosen for the next edition of Crystal Bridges’ “State of the Art.”

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.