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Afropunk‘s first foray into Atlanta was squelched due to heavy rain, but a handful of indoor events took place, including the screening of the film If You Know the Words, Feel Free, produced by Artemus Jenkins, Sean Fahie, and Karynrose Bruyning. It features…

Amid the sensory overload of William Downs’s 2014 show of drawings presented by Dashboard Co-op, what should I espy but some found-art samurai’s fist altered by Downs through the simple addition of several protruding lines that ran parallel to…

dopplerprojects from BURNAWAY on Vimeo. Ben Goldman visited with Stephanie Marinone, cofounder of Doppler Projects, before the gallery’s inaugural Atlanta exhibition. Titled “Alternate|Alternate,” it features works by Nick Bable, Andrew Boatright, Jaime Bull, Henry Detweiler, Craig Drennen, Larkin Ford, Jill…

We recently sat down with Nato Thompson, curator of Creative Time in New York, who’s putting his signature punch behind this year’s Flux Night. Sitting outside Condesa Coffee, at the busy corner of Boulevard and Freedom Parkway. Thompson shared…

To mark the departure of Tina Dunkley from her longtime post as director of the Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries earlier this year, I spoke with her recently at the StoryCorps booth at the Atlanta History Center. Summing up the…

Our Burning Questions columnist Sara Estes was interviewed by WABE’s Kate Sweeney about her recent piece on how to frame artwork. Listen to the interview on WABE!  

BURNAWAY is excited to kick off the “Makers” series of “micro-mentaries” by Kimberly Binns, BURNAWAY’s awesome outreach coordinator and Renaissance woman. In this first installment, Binns visits with Atlanta shoemaker Sarah Green, who founded her company Cord Shoes + Boots in 2013,…

  Chicago-based artist Nick Cave has been in Atlanta this week preparing for his performance Up Right, taking place at Ponce City Market this Friday through Sunday. Commissioned by Flux Projects, Up Right will feature male “practitioners” and “initiates”…

On an early Friday morning, I had the chance to catch up with Dashboard Co-op artists Heather Greenway and Kevin Byrd in advance of the opening of “Shifting Scapes,” a collaboration between Dashboard Co-op and the City of Duluth….

Considering that 90% of metropolitan Atlanta’s population lives outside the City of Atlanta, Dashboard Co-op’s exhibition currently on view in Duluth, “Shifting Scapes,” is important because it has allowed Atlanta-centered artists, who normally work within a relatively small in-town…

On a surprisingly warm January morning in Atlanta, I caught up with Beth Malone, cofounder and executive director of Dashboard Co-Op, outside at Octane Coffee in Grant Park to talk about the organization’s beginnings and growth, its curatorial process, and…

Actor and visual artist Masud Olufani chats with WonderRoot‘s Floyd Hall about how he processes history and the context surrounding his “Children of the Windy City” series. He also reflects on important moments of courage, how his art landed in SCAD’s…

In this WonderRoot artist feature, P. Seth Thompson talks with Floyd Hall about the role the media plays in crafting illusion and reality, how the theory of filmmaking has inspired him, and how he perceives his work in the context…

In the spirit of our newest print edition, BURNAWAY #2: Exchange, we asked pairs of artists and art professionals to engage in conversations on various topics at our booth at the Decatur Book Festival. We’ll be presenting edited versions of these in the…

BURNAWAY cofounder and executive director Susannah Darrow recently sat down with Randy Gue, curator of modern political and historical collections at Emory University’s MARBL, who runs its discussion series “Atlanta Intersections,” exploring the past, present and future of the…

In the spirit of our newest print edition, BURNAWAY #2: Exchange, we asked pairs of artists and art professionals to engage in conversations on various topics at our booth at the Decatur Book Festival. We’ll be presenting more edited versions of these in…

  In the spirit of our newest print edition, BURNAWAY #2: Exchange, we asked pairs of artists and art professionals to engage in conversations on various topics at our booth at the Decatur Book Festival. We’ll be presenting more edited versions of these…

In the spirit of our newest print edition, BURNAWAY #2: Exchange, we asked pairs of artists and art professionals to engage in conversations on various topics at our booth at the Decatur Book Festival. We’ll be presenting more edited versions of these in…