Artist Sara Hornbacher speaks about her pioneering work in video and electronic art in anticipation of the pop-up exhibition “Interference” at Atlanta Contemporary.
This week, Terry takes us to Blandtown with Gregor Turk and to a GSU photo exhibition at Cage Space.
A symposium held in conjunction with “Southern Accent” at Louisville’s Speed Museum brought together artists and scholars to discuss the the legacy and future of Confederate monuments.
This week, Terry takes us to openings at the Swan Coach House Gallery, Poem88, Notch8, Parlor, Blue Mark Studios and more!
Check out this week’s art happenings around the South!
The prolific Nashville artist is known for his playful paintings that, despite their seemingly casual execution, still begin as studies in Anderson’s sketchbook.
This week, Terry takes us to the lively Art Papers Auction, Hi-Lo’s Birthday Party, MINT’s Leap Year Party, & more!
This week, Terry takes us to art gatherings at WonderRoot, Kibbee Gallery, Besharat Gallery, and more!
Thanks to everyone who came out to ADAC on Saturday, February 3, and made Art Crush a smashing success! Huge thanks to the artists & volunteers – we could not have done it without you! The Federal and Bantam & Biddy supplied the yummy food, and Edrington, Cathead Vodka, American Spirit Distillery, and Burial Beer plied our guests…
This week, Terry shines a bright light on the Zuckerman Museum, GSU Triennial, the Chastain Arts Center, Hi-Lo Press & many more!
You know the holiday season is past when a flurry of shows are opening. Terry saw a lot this week!
Despite the cold this past week, Terry made his way to a warm welcome at Candice Greathouse’s opening at Eyedrum, Chase King & Devin Hunter’s show at the Kibbee Gallery, and to the unveiling of Barry Lee’s mural created for Common Companion Vet Company in Inman Park.
Artists are often expected to pay a fee just to submit a work for consideration for an exhibition or contest, and often wind up with nothing. Enough is enough, says our writer.
Here’s what our contributors are looking forward to in 2018.
Dylan Ross eschewed the New York artist lifestyle, choosing to return to rural Georgia where he could pursue his art the way he wants.
Our contributors were moved by cultural experiences large and small, near and far, proving that you don’t have to travel far or spend a lot to find inspiration.
From online reads to rediscovered classics, here’s what our contributors were inspired by in 2017. Check out the rest of our Best of 2017 series: Best Exhibitions, Cultural Experiences, News Stories, and Movers and Shakers. Chris Vitiello, art critic, Durham I was rattled by Against Value in the Arts and Education (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016), a book of essays that…
Some of the newsy highlights reflecting the ups and downs of art scenes across the South, from The Memphis College of Art announces it’s closing, to the University of Arkansas announcing a new School of Art.