BURNAWAY presents the Artist Writing Incubator Talk series in conjunction with the 2019 Arts Writing Incubator series. These talks invite the public to learn from guest critics and curators of leading contemporary arts publications.

July 18 features Tausif Noor, a critic, curatorial fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, and contributing editor at Momus, who will speak about occupying a variety of roles within the world of contemporary art.

This is a FREE event held in conjunction with Contemporary Cocktails, with drinks by our Mixologist in Residence. Cash/credit bar. Skip sign in at the front desk! All you need to do is RSVP with the link above or click here.

Parking is free in the lot at Bankhead & Means streets. You can access the lot via Bankhead Avenue and proceed past the parking attendant booth.

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Tausif Noor

Tausif Noor is a freelance writer based outside of New York. He is a contributing editor at Momus, and his writing has appeared in Art Asia Pacific, Artforum.com, The White Review, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, among other publications. Noor holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Goldsmiths, University of London, and has held internships at the Whitney Museum, the Imperial War Museum in London, and assisted at the 2014 Kochi Biennale while working as Fulbright Scholar in India. He is currently the Spiegel-Wilks Curatorial Fellow at the ICA Philadelphia.

Burnaway

Burnaway is an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) non-profit magazine that publishes contemporary art and criticism from the American South. Since 2008, the magazine has brought vital critical dialogue and artist resources to one of the most politically polarized, historically fraught, ecologically threatened, and economically disadvantaged parts of the United States. Published online daily and in print annually, Burnaway provides a range of frank and fresh perspectives on art and life in the South today.


Upcoming Events

July 7 – July 28
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Contemporary Classroom

Sophia Dawson

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Contemporary Classroom is a program that teaches children about various artistic mediums in accordance with national Fine Arts standards.

July 7 – July 28
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Contemporary Classroom

Andrea Arreguin

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Contemporary Classroom is a program that teaches children about various artistic mediums in accordance with national Fine Arts standards.

July 13 / 12:00pm
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Meditation Monday

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Atlanta Contemporary hosts a session of mindfulness-based activities to inspire awareness, creativity, and healing for everyone.

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