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Guided tours

Guided tours of the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries, which was dedicated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in February, are available to the public every Tuesday at 2 p.m. Visitors will get a tour of each of the galleries that store some of the most significant and treasured materials from the collections. Participants can explore interactive kiosks with access to oral history interviews, historical film, video and sound recordings. Documents and objects dating back to colonial times and beyond will be available for viewing. Faces from the state’s political history are featured in the mural “Doors” by UGA Professor Emeritus of Drawing and Painting Art Rosenbaum. The $46 million building, named in honor…

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GMOA gets the gold

The Georgia Museum of Art is the third UGA building to become certified by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), receiving its Gold designation earlier this year. The other two LEED-certified buildings are the Tate Student Center expansion and residence hall Building 1516 on East Campus. LEED is an independent, third-party verification that a project is constructed using strategies and materials that promote sustainable development, water savings, energy efficiency and indoor air quality. FROM: Georgia Magazine

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At right, Music Business program director David Barbe, standing, leads a panel discussion that includes, Widespread Panic tour manager Steve Lopez; Nimbleslick booking agent Chad Denny; Eddie’s Attic talent buyer Eddie Owen; and Team Clermont public relations CEO Nelson Wells.

Making music for money

Students and local musicians had an opportunity to learn from the pros at a conference on the music industry business sponsored by the School of Law Sports and Entertainment Law Society and the Terry College Music Business Program. At right, Music Business program director David Barbe, standing, leads a panel discussion that includes, Widespread Panic tour manager Steve Lopez; Nimbleslick booking agent Chad Denny; Eddie’s Attic talent buyer Eddie Owen; and Team Clermont public relations CEO Nelson Wells. FROM: Georgia Magazine

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