Join Burnaway in person in Atlanta to celebrate the release of this year’s print anthology, the 2021 Burnaway Reader: Treasure.
Artadia announces the three Atlanta winners of the prize.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes Arkansas’ first art education graduate program, PAMM’s Caribbean Cultural Institute Fellowship, and South Arts’ new partnership with the Ford Foundation.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes new appointments at the Underground Museum and Crystal Bridges, awardees for fellowships at Anchorlight and the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and more.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the digital preservation of Joe Minter’s African Village in America, a newly proposed Creative Economy Revitalization Act, and April Parker becoming Managing Director of Elsewhere in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes a partnership between Etsy, Gee’s Bend quilters, and Gullah Basket weavers; and the Mellon Foundation’s ‘Humanities in Place’ program awardees.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of increased base pay for hourly employees at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and a ruling by the Virginia Supreme Court to remove a Confederate monument of Robert E. Lee.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of new gifts and donations at the Boca Raton Center for Arts and Innovation, Hampton University, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and Stove Works.
After a year that shuttered many galleries and arts organizations across the country, three long-established Atlanta-based galleries—Marcia Wood Gallery, Mason Fine Art, and September Gray—recently announced their move into a brand new, shared space.