From February 23 to 25, enjoy online arts programming like a keynote lecture by honoree Sanford Biggers, a conversation between Amy Sedaris and Marcel Dzama, and more.
Tuition waivers, 24-hour access to studio space, and graduate assistantships are available for a variety of programs. Apply by February 1, 2021.
In Atlanta, the pride-affirming work of the African American self-taught artist Charles Williams comes into focus in a new, well-researched exhibition.
Honoree Marilyn Minter will deliver the keynote lecture at the historic Trustees Theater in Savannah on February 19 at 6pm.
On display at the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, works of Benjamin Jones project deep sorrow as well as an unvanquished ray of optimism.
For the first time in decades, more than 30 collages from Bearden’s Profile series is being shown together.
Just before the Super Bowl in Atlanta a mural of Kaepernick and the wall it was painted on was demolished, raising the question whether there was an anti-Colin Kaepernick conspiracy at work.
All MFAs receive full tuition waivers, 24-hour access studio space, and graduate assistantships.
From cemetery monuments and statues allegorizing reunification to an obelisk that functions as propaganda for “Lost Cause” rhetoric, the city’s monuments make a blanket approach impossible.
Serenbe, a bedroom community of Atlanta with fewer than 500 residents, boasts an ambitious and unconventional artist-in-residence program.
The colossal 19th-century painting of the Battle of Atlanta has been hailed as a tribute to both the North and South, and its complicated history will be a focus in its new home at the Atlanta History Center.
Prominence of name has never guaranteed the preservation of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Park Avenue Showroom was demolished in 2013 just blocks from his iconic Guggenheim Museum, Louis Kahn’s Philadelphia commercial storefront was torn down in 2014, just a couple of years after the grand unveiling of his Four Freedoms Park in New York.