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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…

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…

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…

Last fall, when I asked Fahamu Pecou who he would most like to engage in conversation at the StoryCorps studio, he responded without hesitation: his two children, Oji and Ngozi. He wanted to tell them why he makes art….

Floyd Hall speaks with Carlton Mackey, photographer and assistant director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership and director of the Ethics & the Arts Program for the Emory University Center for Ethics. He is the creator…

Power2Give National Director Laura Belcher talks to Floyd Hall about the Charlotte-based organization that has helped nonprofits across the country raise $5 million in focused campaigns. She discusses funding mechanisms and the impact Power2Give has had on various organizations….

New York artist and educator Sharon Louden was recently in Atlanta, and BURNAWAY asked her to chat with Floyd Hall about her book Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists. Louden emphasizes that the book,…

Artist Renée Stout chats with Floyd Hall in this WonderRoot podcast, produced in conjunction with the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art. They discuss her use of alter egos in the creation of her work, the foundations of Hoodoo and conjuring, and how her…

Out There Atlanta has switched its focus to Southern transplants living in the New York area. In these interviews, we reestablish connections with these artists and talk about their backgrounds, artistic journeys, what brought them to the South, and…

Out There Atlanta has switched its focus to Atlanta and other Southern transplants living in the New York area. In these interviews, we reestablish connections with these artists and talk about their backgrounds, artistic journeys, what brought them to…

Out There Atlanta has switched its focus to Southern transplants living in the New York area. In these interviews, we reestablish connections with these artists and talk about their backgrounds, artistic journeys, what brought them to the South, and…

In this podcast, artist Fahamu Pecou chats with Floyd Hall, WonderRoot’s interactive media manager, about working toward his PhD, his artistic focus on black male masculinity, the influence of hip-hop in his work and globally, and his big plans for 2014….

Loveseat, a monthly audio series for BURNAWAY Radio, features artists talking with their favorite people in the intimate StoryCorps studio at the Atlanta History Center. BURNAWAY’s published excerpts from Loveseat conversations seek to expand our understanding of how artists live, think, and make…

In this podcast, sound artist Jane Garver talks with Floyd Hall, WonderRoot’s interactive media manager, about what family and the city of New Orleans mean to her, how she involves the public in her art experiences, and how she…

  Out There Atlanta has switched its focus to Atlanta and other Southern transplants living in the New York area. In these interviews, we reestablish connections with these artists and talk about their backgrounds, artistic journeys, what brought them…