Atlanta-based Mood Ring artists Alexis Childress, Parker Thornton, and Matthew Flores join Burnaway for a roundtable discussion and Q+A.
For the final lecture of the series, Amber Esseiva, the Associate Curator at The Institute for Contemporary Art and Virginia Commonwealth University (ICA VCU), will explore criticism in the context of a curatorial practice.
Author, film critic, and professor, Sukhdev Sandu will give a public talk related his theories of cultural place, followed by a private workshop for AWrI students.
Chan's hour-long talk related to his long career, practice and theories will be followed by a Q&A.
Writer Kristin Dombek will speak to writing on people and ideas that are ethically difficult, or people who do unspeakable things, followed by a private workshop for AWrI students.
Burnaway Cocktail Pack will be available for purchase in-person and online at Elemental Spirits Co.
The last year has upended the art world, dissolved cultural norms, and revealed fractures in our sociopolitical systems. Burnaway’s 2021 Art Writing Incubator (June 26 – August 3) will use the hundreds of cultural writers, activists and arts workers who refuse to ignore or return to pre-pandemic structures of inequalities as a model for training writers to rigorously confront present realities through their work.
In this member event, Burnaway's Editor, Jasmine Amussen, will give a reading of a surprise work for a live, virtual audience followed by a Q&A.
The Artist as Writer workshop will consider creative and critical writing as part of an expanded studio practice as it relates to archiving, curation, and pitching to magazines.
Mood Ring Artists Caleb Jamel Brown, MaDora Frey, and Mac Balentine will join Burnaway in an hour-long Q+A and Artist Talk via Zoom.
This online, hour-long workshop will service artists interested in honing their writing skills for applied purposes including grants, applications, artist statements and cover letters.