BURNAWAY's Most Read in 2015

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BURNAWAY delivers the reviews, news, and stories that matter to art lovers in Atlanta and the South. We took a gander back at the posts that garnered the most readers in 2015. The results reflect our diverse coverage, including our popular Burning Questions advice column, reviews (one from 2014 still makes our top 10!), news and resources for artists, and the premature deaths of two vibrant Atlanta art advocates.
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Kargbo 3301. Margaret Kargbo, a Shining Presence on Atlanta’s Arts Scene, Dead at 36
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2. Burning Questions: Does Craftsmanship Matter Anymore?
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3. Spaces: On the Outskirts, in East Point
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4. A Better Reality: Ruud van Empel at Jackson Fine Art (from 2014)
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5. Idea Capital Grants Awarded to 10 Artists
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6. What’s Your Day Job? — How Artists Make Ends Meet
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7. Laura Calle’s Memorial Mural
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8. 2015 Driskell Prize Goes to Kirsten Pai Buick
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9. Macon to Fight Urban Blight with Art
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10. Burning Questions: Do I Have to Instagram?
Stephon Ferguson performed "The Dream Lives," reading excerpts from seven speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr. (Photo: Terry Kearns)
11. What the Flux?