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This essay was composed for our Art Writers Mentorship Program, focusing on cultural reporting and art criticism that position the arts within broader cultural and social contexts. Susan Snodgrass, a longtime senior lecturer in the New Arts Journalism program…

Chicago, my favorite city in the country for a number of reasons. Number one: scores of phenomenal art museums—okay, like six phenomenal ones, but still, that’s kind of lot. Number two: home to the best dive bars, especially in…

Sara Estes’s job has her hopscotching around the country nearly nonstop, and she manages to squeeze in some art at every stop. While she cannot discuss her top-secret job, she can discuss the art. Her first Field Trip column…

Still from William Kentridge's More Sweetly Play the Dance

Since January, Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) has been insinuating itself into different neighborhoods of Miami by bringing a series of performances, concerts and readings to various locations around the city under the rubric of “Living Together.” Karen…

Artwork by Stacie Rose. A jumble of angular blue forms.

Based in the city with the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s AIR AIR artist residency is about to launch its third cycle, sending three artists on round-trip flights across the country on 24-hour trips, during which they create artwork under the constraints…

Chattanooga, astride the Tennessee River and the Georgia state line, is usually associated with business and tourism, a potpourri of Moon Pies, Coca-Cola, Rock City, and Civil War memorials. But now, not far from the historic Chattanooga Choo-Choo, an…

Tim Schrager.

We visit the Buckhead home of Tim and Lauren Schrager to see how they live with art, including works by Dana Schutz, Rachel Harrison, Peter Saul, Albert Oehlen, and others.

From online reads to rediscovered classics, here’s what our contributors were inspired by in 2017. Check out the rest of our Best of 2017 series: Best Exhibitions, Cultural Experiences, News Stories, and Movers and Shakers. Chris Vitiello, art critic, Durham I was rattled…

Some of the newsy highlights reflecting the ups and downs of art scenes across the South, from The Memphis College of Art announces it’s closing, to the University of Arkansas announcing a new School of Art.