Since its relaunch this June, Creative Loafing newspaper has emerged under new leadership with a fresh design and renewed sense of purpose. The weekly has shown remarkable resilience during an economy that’s more than a little hostile to the printed word. Its recent contents show a confident maturity that compliments Atlanta’s rise as a cosmopolitan hub for creativity.
BURNAWAY especially recommends Cinqué HIcks‘s twice-monthly arts editorial, “Frame of Mind.”
Today we announce a new partnership:
Creative Loafing now features a feed to BURNAWAY on its A&E homepage.
The left-hand column of BURNAWAY now features a feed to arts at Creative Loafing.
Why have we decided to share stories? Partnerships like these will encourage a broader dialogue about contemporary art. We’re excited to consider how the media landscape is evolving, and we’ll continue to think of new ways to serve you!