Landscapes of the coastal American South are embedded with centuries of racial, religious, economic, and environmental histories.
Center for Craft gives financial support to researchers, the new curator at SCAD, and more in Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly roundup of news from around the South, including a large acquisition of photography at NOMA, the newly appointed African American collections curator at Emory, and more.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly roundup of news from around the South, including the memorial Pellom McDaniels III research endowment, acquisitions at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and more.
Our first news roundup of the year includes reports on curators’ efforts to identify artworks damaged or stolen during last week’s siege of the US Capitol, a gift of over a hundred sculptures by self-taught artists to Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, and more.
Editor-in-chief Logan Lockner looks back on 2020 and toward the year ahead.
Members of Burnaway’s staff revisit their favorite essays, features, and artist projects from the magazine over the past year.
Yanique Norman and Zipporah Camille Thompson have been announced as the 2020 Atlanta Artadia awardees.
Our staff picks for this week include the release of a new publication from Alabama’s Coleman Center for the Arts, a roundtable hosted by the art journal MARCH, and the final opening at the original Midtown location of Hi-Lo Press in Atlanta.