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Cora Nunnally Miller anonymously gave more than $33 million to the University of Georgia Foundation throughout her lifetime and granted permission for the university to share her name only after her death.

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Spotlight on the Arts at UGA

Mark your calendars for the 2016 Spotlight on the Arts festival Nov. 2-13. The fifth annual festival will kick off on Wednesday, Nov. 2 with an Opening Celebration and will conclude on Nov. 13. Check out our schedule of events to learn more about the dozens of concerts, book talks, plays, art exhibitions and more.

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    "With these works, we can clearly see the legacy of both abstract expressionism and minimalism, but also how the artist took these movements and reshaped them in…
    Said: Sarah Kate Gillespie, curator of American art in UGA Today
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    “Cora Miller’s gifts have been transformative in countless students’ lives. These students come here with a desire to share their love for music,…
    Said: Dale Monson, director of the School of Music in UGA Today
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    "Jack Davis was a gifted illustrator and a legendary Bulldog. His artwork has left a lasting legacy for Georgia athletics, and he will be deeply missed."
    Said: UGA President Jere W. Morehead in UGA Today
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    “The International Horn Society conference is the premier gathering in our field. To see our students successful on this global level is a tribute to all the…
    Said: Jean Martin-Williams, professor of horn and Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor in
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    “As the Performing Arts Center enters its third decade of performance excellence, we are proud to offer Athens audiences a stellar season of outstanding performers…
    Said: George C. Foreman, director of the Performing Arts Center in Athens Banner-Herald
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    “I hear from so many people that they don’t like poetry or that it confuses them. When you listen to someone like Coleman Barks, you can’t help…
    Said: UGA College of Education professor Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor in Athens Banner-Herald
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    "I'm pleased to welcome the Georgia Museum of Art into the family of Museums for All participants. As the first museum in Georgia to sign on to the program,…
    Said: Kathryn K. Matthew, director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services in UGA Today
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    "Dr. Masciadri has inspired students and audiences here on campus as well as in nearly two dozen countries on four continents. His extraordinary instruction and…
    Said: Pamela Whitten, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost in UGA Today
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    “Book clubs and individuals responded so favorably to last year’s suggested reading initiative that we are again making recommendations to introduce…
    Said: P. Toby Graham, university librarian and associate provost in Georgia Writers Hall of Fame Class of 2016 announced
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    “Despy was a dynamic musician and teacher whose former students still sing her praises. She left a great legacy to the region, state, and nation, and I am…
    Said: Martha Thomas, Despy Karlas Professor in Piano at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music at the University of Georgia in UGA Today