Burnaway publishes a Magazine & daily content that celebrates art from the South.

dubious choices, inherited histories, and shifty codependence
To Do List
Our ongoing rundown of visual art events and exhibitions throughout the South.

In the Studio with Chayse Sampy

Amarie Gipson visits mixed-media artist Chayse Sampy in her shared studio in Downtown Houston to discuss living in the South, Afro-surrealism, and the color blue.
black and white collage of banana tree next to poem
Mood Ring

How To Get Free

Pieced together through collage, video capture, and a spoken poem, artist Kay-Ann Henry presents the intricacies of Afro-religious practices and Jamaica's particular expression of obeah, pocomania, and kumina.
Featured Art Guides

Atlanta’s art community is dispersed throughout Georgia's largest city and features a lively mix of traditional and contemporary art galleries, robust studio cooperatives, and DIY spaces, anchored by institutions such as the High Museum of Art and Atlanta Contemporary.

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Nestled in the foothills of Appalachia and looking out over the Tennessee River, Chattanooga's art scene features institutions like the ICA at UTC and the Hunter Museum alongside a bustling DIY scene, artist residencies and a renown sculpture garden.

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Georgia's oldest city—awash with Spanish moss—is home to a bustling art scene. At Savannah's apex, The Savannah College of Art and Design draws in international perspectives among a growing contemporary art scene with a thriving grassroots ethos and cultural centers abound.

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