Part of Georgia State University, the school offers tuition waivers, studio space, graduate assistantships, and teaching experience.
Taming the Garden is a meditation on constancy, change brought about by the will and wealth of one person, and complex ecosystems.
Drawing inspiration from Caravaggio and her personal history with Mormonism, the artist explores enlightenment in this exhibition in Athens, Georgia.
From Miami’s Little Santo Domingo to Chinatowns in Seattle and Philadelphia, a new list highlights places threatened by gentrification and climate change.
The King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, established by the civil rights activist in 1968, unveiled the new memorial on what would have been her 96th birthday.
Mika Rottenberg, Rachel Feinstein, and this year’s honoree Jorge Pardo are among the artists participating in this celebrated event in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia.
A new documentary investigates the racist origins of the Stone Mountain monument near Atlanta, Georgia — the Mount Rushmore of white supremacy.
Part of Georgia State University, the school offers graduate students tuition waivers, studio space, graduate assistantships, and career experiences.
The designs by artists Deborah Kass and Cleon Peterson were critical of the Supreme Court as well as abortion and pro-gun legislation.
Documentaries about xenophobia, Black gospel music, and hazing are trenchant explorations of social issues in the South.
Doreen Lynette Garner renders flesh in silicone with unforgiving realism, representing the pathology of colonialism, slavery, and white supremacy.
The “Georgia Guidestones” attracted thousands of annual visitors and drew the ire of conservatives and conspiracists who deemed them “satanic.”