Burnaway is excited to announce our inclusion in the inaugural cohort of Future Studies, a new multi-year initiative from the Ruth Foundation for the Arts. Under this initiative, Burnaway is receiving an unprecedented multi-year, six-figure grant, the largest single gift in our 14-year history.
Artadia, a nonprofit grantmaking organization and nationwide community of visual artists, curators, and patrons, has announced the recipients of the 2022 Atlanta Artadia Awards – Kelly Taylor Mitchell, Ato Ribeiro, and José Ibarra Rizo.
Artadia has announced six finalists for its 2022 Atlanta awards: Jessica Caldas, María Korol, Kelly Taylor Mitchel, Ato Roberto, José Ibarra Rizo and Hasani Sahlehe.
Bryn Evans, Burnaway’s Assistant Editor, has won a Rabkin Prize for her work in visual arts journalism from the Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Foundation. She is the third winner from Burnaway’s masthead.
Burnaway’s monthly news roundup includes Oolite Arts new Miami home, ICA Chattanooga’s innovative approach to brand identity and website design, and the announcement of the New Orleans Film Society’s 2022 Southern Producers Lab fellows.
Burnaway’s monthly news roundup includes new appointments at MOCA North Miami, the Harn Museum of Art, and the National Museum of the American Latino.
Burnaway’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Brandon Sheats as the new Executive Director.
Burnaway’s monthly news roundup includes an upcoming exhibition at the Georgia Museum honoring Lou Stovall, a new Wangechi Mutu installation at the Nasher Museum, and grant awardee announcements.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes Barbados’ new Heritage District, Andy Warhol Foundation grantees, and the fate of Charlotesville’s Robert E. Lee statue.