Meredith Kooi reviews the recent premiere of the “Doxology Ring Shout” at the National Black Arts Festival, seeing the powerful performance as a critical engagement of our current condition and a looking forward to the future through a reconsideration of the past.
Published in partnership with BURNAWAY, three recent MFAs talk about their graduate school experience and how it has or has not affected their work and processes.
The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center recently opened the exhibition Be Here Now, curated by its outgoing chief curator Stuart Horodner and featuring work by Sandra Erbacher, Mike Black, and Andrew Boatright.
The 9/50 Summit organized by the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Seed Space and Elsewhere, featured 18 artist-run spaces, presenters and projects from throughout the Southeast.
Interview with Matt Arnett of Atlanta’s Grocery on Home: An Intimate Space That Seamlessly Blends Music, Art, and Lifestyle
In partnership with Atlanta-based online magazine BURNAWAY, Lilly Lampe interviews Grocery on Home founder Matt Arnett about the unique domestic space’s performance series.
Maggie Ginestra and Aubrey Longley Cook convene a conversation around Atlanta’s ‘art-drag’ community covering Lacan, drag-as-activism, and performance cultures in the city.