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2017 Spotlight on the Arts Festival

Wednesday, Nov. 1

Tour at Two: “Muse: Mickalene Thomas Photographs and tête-à-tête”
2 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Shawnya Harris, the Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Curator of African American and African Diasporic Art, will give a special tour of the exhibition. 

Kaleidoscope: Spotlight on the Arts Opening Celebration
7 p.m., Performing Arts Center
Free
To kick off the Spotlight on the Arts festival, UGA’s arts programs present an hour-long kaleidoscope of student performances and presentations. This brilliant, non-stop collage of the arts provides a window into the vast scope of the creative work on our campus, from dance to music, theater, creative writing and art. The event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by the UGA Arts Council

Kaleidoscope After-Party
8 p.m., Lamar Dodd School of Art
Free
Following Kaleidoscope: Spotlight on the Arts Opening Celebration, join us for an after-party. Enjoy refreshments, light snacks and four exhibitions that are on view at the Dodd Galleries.  

Thursday, Nov. 2

Student Spotlight
10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Tate Plaza
Free
Student performances throughout the day. Details to come.

Hodgson String Quartet
6 p.m., Ramsey Concert Hall 
Free
Coached by professor of cello David Starkweather, the Hodgson String Quartet is composed of some of the finest string players at the University of Georgia.

Falling in Love with Grasslands: Paintings from Prairie to Páramo
Artist lecture by Philip Juras, BFA ’90, MLA ‘97
7 p.m., Odum School of Ecology auditorium
Free
Sponsored by the Oconee Rivers Audubon Society, the University of Georgia Press and the Odum School of Ecology as part of Odum 50/10: Celebrating Fifty Years of Ecology at the University of Georgia http://odum5010.ecology.uga.edu/
All are welcome to attend a reception at 6:15 p.m. in the atrium of the ecology building and the regular business meeting of the Oconee Rivers Audubon Society immediately preceding the talk. A book signing will follow the presentation.

Americans in Paris Film Series: “An American in Paris”
7 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Louise Blair Daura: A Virginian in Paris”
Join the Georgia Museum of Art for films and discussion by scholars, filmmakers and students. Each film will include a 15-minute introduction by a guest speaker and short conversations about the film following the screening. Gene Kelly stars as Gerry, an American expatriate painter in postwar Paris. Struggling to find success in both art and love, he meets and falls in love with Lise (Leslie Caron), who turns his life upside down. This lavish musical, with its gorgeous dance sequences and beautiful, frequently melancholic Gershwin score, won the Academy Award for best picture. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. (1951, NR, 113 min.)

Thursday Scholarship Series: Faculty/Student Wind Chamber Music Showcase
7:30 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Hodgson Concert Hall
$20, $6 with UGA student ID
The Hugh Hodgson School of Music’s best wind chamber music, performed by faculty and students together, will be featured in this Thursday Scholarship Series concert.

Friday, Nov. 3

Friends First Friday: Indigo’s Colorful History
9 a.m., State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Gardenside Room
$12
Indigo (Indigofera suffruticosa), used to create blue dye, was an important crop in colonial Georgia and the Carolinas. Donna Hardy grows it today and knows its complex history. She will be teaching a dying workshop in early November as part of our Heritage Fall Festival. Come learn about indigo’s rich history and uses today. Includes a full breakfast. Make reservations by Oct. 27 at www.botgarden.uga.edu or 706-542-6138.

Morning Mindfulness
9:30 a.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
The Georgia Museum of Art invites you into the galleries to participate in free guided mindfulness meditation sessions, held every other Friday. Sessions include a variety of instructor-led meditation, movement and mindfulness techniques. No experience or special clothing is necessary. Meditation pillows or yoga mats are provided. Reservations are encouraged; please contact 706.542.0448 or sagekincaid@uga.edu. Funded in part by the Hemera Foundation.

Seizing Serendipity: Justice Leah Ward Sears Reflects on her Life and Career in Georgia Law, in Conversation with Rebecca Shriver Davis
12 p.m., Hatton Lovejoy Courtroom, third floor of Hirsch Hall 
Free
Join former Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears and biographer, Rebecca Shriver Davis for a conversation about Sears's extraordinary life in Georgia law. Sponsored by the UGA Press

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
8 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

Saturday, Nov. 4

Annual Waffle House tailgate with Stewart & Winfield
3 hours before game time, Willson Center, 1260 S. Lumpkin St.
Free
Tailgate party before the UGA-South Carolina football game with complimentary food from Waffle House and music by UGA alumni Stewart Marshall (class of ‘91, English), Winfield Smith (class of '93, English), and other special guests.

Sunday, Nov. 5

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
2:30 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

Sunday Spotlight Tour: Highlights from the Permanent Collection
3 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Led by docents. 

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Essential String Trios
Payne Memorial Concert
3 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Hodgson Concert Hall
Free
The string trio — violin, viola, and cello — is the chamber music connoisseur’s delight. In the hands of master composers (and virtuoso performers), the string trio offers a peak listening adventure of stunning variety, engrossing dialogue, and transparent beauty.

Georgia Writers Hall of Fame Authors Discussion
5 p.m., Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
Free
A moderated panel discussion featuring Georgia Writers Hall of Fame inductees James Cobb, Alfred Corn and Kevin Young, moderated by Hugh Ruppersburg, University Professor Emeritus in the UGA department of English.

Georgia Writers Hall of Fame Public Reception
6 p.m., Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
Free
A reception honoring the 2017 inductees into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame: Historian James Cobb, poet Alfred Corn, novelist Eugenia Price and poet Kevin Young

Monday, Nov. 6

Georgia Writers Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
10 a.m., Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
Free
The 2017 inductees include historian James Cobb, poet Alfred Corn, novelist Eugenia Price and poet Kevin Young

UGA Jazz Ensembles I and II
6 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Ramsey Concert Hall
Free
The Hodgson School's acclaimed Jazz Ensembles perform an evening of jazz standards and works from some of the masters of "America's original art form."

Communicative Input, Creativity and Comedy in the Foreign Language & ESL Classroom
6:30pm, College of Education Aderhold Building, Room 317
Free
Join the College of Education to learn about new approaches to language teaching that engage the body, mind and funny bone. Dr. Cahnmann-Taylor and graduate students in the TESOL & World Language Program will showcase arts-based approaches to teaching, learning and educational research among foreign language teachers and learners. Learn more at www.teachersactup.com.

Tuesday, Nov. 7

Toddler Tuesday: Permanent Collection
10 a.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Join us for a special tour, story time in the galleries and art activities just for little ones. This free, 40-minute program is designed for families with children ages 18 months to 3 years. Space is limited; please email sagekincaid@uga.edu or call 706-542-0448 after October 1 to reserve a spot. Family programs are sponsored by Heyward Allen Motor Co., Inc., Heyward Allen Toyota and the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art. 

Tuesday Tour at Two
2 p.m., Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
Free
Join us for a guided tour of three museum galleries of Georgia history.

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
Special matinee for area high schools, Fine Arts Theatre
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

Politics in Georgia: From the Three Governors Controversy to Now, a Conversation on Georgia Politics Past and Present
2:30 p.m., The Pinnacle Room, Baldwin Hall
Free
Join Richard B. Russell Professor of Political Science Charles Bullock (The Three Governors Controversy: Skullduggery, Machinations, and the Decline of Georgia's Progressive Politics) and Georgia State University professor of political science Robert M. Howard (Politics in Georgia: Third Edition) for a discussion moderated by political science professor and director of the Survey Research Center M.V. (Trey) Hood III on the evolution and current state of politics in Georgia. Sponsored by the UGA Press

Spotlight on the Arts Reading with Kristen Iskandrian and Mike McClelland
7 p.m., Ciné, 234 W. Hancock Ave.
Free
The University of Georgia Creative Writing Program is pleased to present a Spotlight on the Arts reading featuring CWP alumna Kristen Iskandrian, author of “Motherest,” and current Ph.D. student Mike McClelland, writer of “Gay Zoo Day.”

4 minutes, 33 seconds: Spotlight on Scholarship
7 p.m. poster session, 8 p.m. presentations, Georgia Museum of Art
Free
This fourth-annual competition features student research in the arts. Poster competition entries will be on display Nov. 1-7 at the Georgia Museum of Art, and prizes will be awarded in the poster and presentation categories.

UGA Choral Showcase
8 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Hodgson Concert Hall
$12, $6 with UGA student ID
Experience the power and grace of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music’s exceptional choirs when they come together for the UGA Choral Showcase.

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Tour at 2: Highlights from the Permanent Collection
2 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Led by docents.

Jack Davis Lecture: Rick Meyerowitz
5:30 p.m., S151 School of Art
FreeIllustrator Rick Meyerowitz began contributing illustrated articles to National Lampoon in April 1970. He painted both the poster for "Animal House," and the Lampoon’s trademark visual, the Mona Gorilla, which has been called “one of the enduring icons of American humor.” 

Film Screening: “Dr. Strangelove” with panel discussion
7 p.m., Cine, 234 W. Hancock Ave.
Free
The Willson Center and the School of Public and International Affairs present a screening of Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 Cold War satire “Dr. Strangelove.” Sara Kutchesfahani, senior policy analyst at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, Jeffrey Jones, executive director of the Peabody Awards, and Matthew Auer, dean of the School of Public and International Affairs, will take part in a post-film discussion on nuclear proliferation and public discourses on nuclear war.

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
8 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

The Bumper Jacksons
8 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Ramsey Concert Hall
$39, $6 with UGA student ID
Folding together early styles of jazz, blues, and country swing, the Bumper Jacksons strike a bold yet elegant balance between paying homage to tradition and fashioning their own unique sound. Their reimagined roots music has earned them multiple best folk band awards. 

Thursday, Nov. 9

Fall Exhibits Reception
5:30 p.m., Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
Free
Join us for the opening of “Wrestling Temptation: The Quest to Control Alcohol in Georgia" in the gallery of the Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, along with "Georgia's Gold Rush" and "The Art of the Press Kit."  Entertainment, frivolity and refreshments are being planned. 

Lecture by Martha Lucy: “Tactility and Nostalgia in Renoir's Late Nudes”
5:30 p.m., S150 School of Art
Free
The Association of Graduate Art Students presents Dr. Martha Lucy. Dr. Lucy is the Deputy Director of Research, Interpretation and Education at the Barnes Foundation. She will be presenting on 19th and 20th Century European Arts.

Teen Studio: Mickalene Thomas
5:30-8:30 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Teens ages 13 – 18 are invited to this studio-based workshop led by local artist and educator Kristen Bach. The group will spend time in the galleries exploring the work of contemporary artist Mickalene Thomas in the exhibition "Muse: Mickalene Thomas Photographs and tête-à-tête" before creating their own mixed-media works of art using photography and collage. Includes a pizza dinner. This program is free, but space is limited. Email sagekincaid@uga.edu or call 706-542-0448 to reserve a spot. 

Student Night
6:30 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Free
Join the Student Association of the Georgia Museum of Art for a night of music, food, fun and themed activities to celebrate the current exhibitions. Student Night is generously sponsored by the UGA Parents Leadership Council and the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art. 

Screening: “Dawson City: Frozen Time” 
7:30 p.m., Ciné, 234 W. Hancock Ave.
Free
The Willson Center, the department of theatre and film studies, and the UGA Libraries present a screening of “Dawson City: Frozen Time. The film documents the history and significance of a cache of remarkably well-preserved nitrate film prints from the early 1900s, which were discovered buried under a parking lot in a northwest Canadian town in 1978.

Exhibition Opening Reception
7 p.m., Lamar Dodd School of Art/Gallery 101 
Free
Opening reception in honor of the exhibition “Topolographies 1-4,” which will be on display in Gallery 101 of the Lamar Dodd School of Art.

Young Choreographers Series Senior Exit & Emerging Choreographers Concert
8 p.m., New Dance Theatre, Dance Building
$8 student/senior, $12 general admission
Choreography and production by graduating senior dance majors completing their senior projects, and by second- and third-year dance majors. These student choreographic works display a variety of different dance techniques and styles, expressing their own uniqueness and flair, and are performed by dance majors and minors selected by audition. 

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
8 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

The Bumper Jacksons
8 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Ramsey Concert Hall
$39, $6 with UGA student ID
Folding together early styles of jazz, blues, and country swing, the Bumper Jacksons strike a bold yet elegant balance between paying homage to tradition and fashioning their own unique sound. Their reimagined roots music has earned them multiple best folk band awards. 

Friday, Nov. 10

Department of Dance Performance Sampler
12:15-12:45 p.m., New Dance Theatre, Dance Building
Free
UGA dance students will perform a variety of dance styles in classical and contemporary ballet, contemporary modern, and aerial dance with mixed media featuring faculty created choreographic works by CORE Contemporary and Aerial Dance, Spring Dance Concert, and CADE:NCE (Contemporary African Dance Ensemble: New Conscious Explorations).  This will showcase a sample of works to be presented in the Spring 2018 Department of Dance concert productions.

Clark Lunberry: Writing on Water
2 p.m., Lamar Dodd Building Room S160
Free
Interdisciplinary artist Clark Lunberry, a professor of English at the University of North Florida, will talk about creating site-specific poetry installations and introduce a new work for the UGA campus. Lunberry will create a temporary installation at Lake Herrick, a prominent feature within Oconee Forest Park. The new work, viewable near the Boardwalk Trail bridge, coincides with a major restoration project at UGA aimed at promoting water quality and enhancing Lake Herrick as an amenity for experiential learning, research and recreation. For more about the Lake Herrick Watershed Restoration visit https://sustainability.uga.edu/lakeherrick/.
Supported in part by the Helen S. Lanier Chair of the Department of English and Ideas for Creative Exploration (ICE), an interdisciplinary initiative for advanced research in the arts at UGA.

Open Studio Night at the Dodd
5 p.m., Lamar Dodd School of Art
Free
Curious about the MFA program at the Lamar Dodd School of Art? Open Studio Night is the perfect time to see our facilities and meet our faculty and alumni. Held every year in the fall, Open Studio Night has faculty and students in their studios with their work, happy to answer questions about their practice and life at the Dodd.

Reception for “In The Shadow Of The Sea,” photographs by Sean Dunn
6 p.m., Ciné, 234 W. Hancock Ave
Free
Reception for local photographer and musician, whose two exhibits are culled from photographs taken in Cuba in 2016. Exhibitions will be on display at the Willson Center (11/1-12/20) and Ciné (11/10-12/1)

Collegium Musicum
6 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Ramsey Concert Hall
Free
Collegium Musicum's annual fall concert will enchant with a performance of music from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods.

UGA Symphony Orchestra
8 p.m., Performing Arts Center, Hodgson Concert Hall
$12, $6 with UGA student ID
A lively evening of music by Bernstein and Sibelius, as well as Joaquín Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez," featuring Hodgson School guitar faculty member Daniel Bolshoy.

Young Choreographers Series Senior Exit & Emerging Choreographers Concert
8 p.m., New Dance Theatre, Dance Building
$8 student/senior, $12 general admission
Choreography and production by graduating senior dance majors completing their senior projects, and by second- and third-year dance majors. These student choreographic works display a variety of different dance techniques and styles, expressing their own uniqueness and flair, and are performed by dance majors and minors selected by audition. A reception will follow the Friday evening performance.

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
8 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Heritage Days Fall Festival 
9 a.m. – 3 p.m., State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Free, donations will be accepted
Festival activities will take place from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Workshops will be from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. (Fees for workshops)
This festival will combine the very popular Fall Festival with a new celebration of heritage plants and history we are calling Heritage Days. The Heritage Garden has been finished since 2001 and it is high time we celebrate it and our rich horticultural history. By celebrating our history with crafts, stories, music and hands-on education classes, we can better remember the teachings of the past and relate them to the work we do today. We look forward to welcoming The Old Timey Seed Swap, from Oglethorpe County, educational classes and workshops centered around heritage plants and their uses, local musicians, demonstrations and more.

Indigo Dyeing Workshop
9 a.m. -11 a.m., State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Visitor Center, Gardenside Room and Service Drive
$45
Indigo has been a part of the American landscape since the invention of blue jeans.  In this workshop, participants will gain a rich understanding of the indigo plant, its environment, history and role as a heritage plant of Georgia.  We will learn natural dyeing techniques such as clamping, folding and tying with eco-dyer Donna Harvey.  Each participant will be given a silk scarf and are encouraged to bring one extra piece of fabric or garment of their choice (must be pre-washed 100% cotton or 100% silk).  This workshop is geared towards adults.  Participants should be prepared to have fun and get messy as indigo is a strong natural dye. Limited to 12 people

Spotlight on the Arts Family Day Activities
10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Various locations.
Free
The Taqueria 1785 Food Truck will be available from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Saturday Morning Club
10 a.m., Hodgson Concert Hall
Fun, interactive performance designed for children age 4 through 12 and their parents and grandparents. This free event features student performers from the UGA Department of Theatre and Film Studies.

Georgia Museum of Art Family Day
10 a.m. – 12 p.m., Georgia Museum of Art
Learn all about the tints, hues and shades that make up our colorful world in this special color-themed Family Day. Explore color with activities and selected works of art in the permanent collection, then make your own colorful piece in the studio classroom. Family programs are sponsored by Heyward Allen Motor Co. Inc., Heyward Allen Toyota and the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art.

Community Music School Instrument Petting Zoo
11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Hugh Hodgson School of Music
Come in and check out the musical instruments!  Wind, Brass, Percussion and String instruments will be on display for guests to touch, hear and even try. Open to guests of all ages.

Community Music School Performances
11:15 a.m. – New Horizons Band
12:30 p.m. — Georgia Children’s Chorus
2 p.m. — Community Music School Violin Ensemble

Creative Writing for kids and teens
1 p.m. – 2 p.m. for kids ages 7 – 14
3 p.m. – 4 p.m. for kids ages 7 – 14
Lamar Dodd School of Art, N100

Dance
11:30 a.m., Big Moves for Little Movers – Creative Movement and Games, ages 3-6
12:30 p.m., Intergenerational Folk Dance with Janet Robertson
2 p.m., Hip-Hop for All Ages with Tamara Thomas
3 p.m., Ballroom Dancing with Michael Fulford and Natalie Cox, ages 12+
Location TBD
All-day Tap Along with Liz Osborn Kibbe
Courtyard (inclement weather: inside HHSOM glass doors 3rd floor)

Art carnival
11 a.m.— 4 p.m.
Lamar Dodd School of Art Courtyard and other locations
Printmaking Demos — second floor south wing
Open Studios, Art Prints on Display
Ceramics Tours and Wheel Throwing Demo — first floor outside main entrance
Art Education Contemporary Art Crawl

Paper Making with Plants and Flowers: A Beautiful Tradition
1 p.m. - 4 p.m., State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Visitor Center, Gardenside Room
$30
Limited to 20 people
In this exciting hands-on workshop we will explore all the creative possibilities of making recycled paper from cotton scraps. We will discuss the rich history of cotton as a heritage plant of Georgia and learn how to make beautiful sheets of recycled paper from sheet-forming and designing to pressing and drying.  Participants will make their own paper creations using colored pulp, stencils, flowers and plants. Participants should wear clothes they don’t mind getting wet or bring an apron. Participants are encouraged to bring things they may want to include in their paper such as pressed flowers, thread or confetti. This workshop is geared towards adults but is open to ages 10 and up accompanied by an adult. 

Young Choreographers Series: Senior Exit and Emerging Choreographers Concert
8 p.m., New Dance Theatre, Dance Building
$8 student/senior, $12 general admission
Choreography and production by graduating senior dance majors completing their senior projects, and by second- and third-year dance majors. These student choreographic works display a variety of different dance techniques and styles, expressing their own uniqueness and flair, and are performed by dance majors and minors selected by audition. 

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
8 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

Sunday, Nov. 12

Book launch for “Athens Pot Luck” by Jason Thrasher
1 p.m., Nuçi’s Space, 396 Oconee St.
Free
Reception for local photographer and community supporter Jason Thrasher to celebrate the publication of “Athens Pot Luck,” his first photography book documenting the Athens music scene. Featuring readings by musicians featured in the book.

“Cabaret,” by John Kander and Fred Ebb
2:30 p.m., Fine Arts Theatre
$16/$12 with UGA student ID
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.

Exhibitions

College of Environment and Design Circle Gallery
A Partial View: Artworks by Cecile Martin

Georgia Museum of Art
“Modern Masters from the Giuliano Ceseri Collection”
“Louise Blair Daura: A Virginian in Paris”
“Martha Odum: Art Intersects Ecology”
“Muse: Mickalene Thomas Photographs and tête-à-tête”

Lamar Dodd School of Art
Lupin Foundation Gallery: Rosemary Mayer: Beware of All Definitions 
Suite Gallery: To Be Black and Female: Reflecting on Black Feminism and African American Women's Art in Museums
Gallery 101: SEWW/Topolographies 1-4
Bridge Gallery: Undermined

Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries
Hargrett: Gold-digging in Georgia: America's First Gold Rush
Russell: Spirited: Prohibition in America
Brown: The Art of the Press Kit
Rotunda: Covered in Glory: UGA Football 1892-1917

Willson Center for Humanities and Arts
Sean Dunn photography exhibit

Special Installation at Lake Herrick
Clark Lunberry: Writing on Water (on view beginning Nov. 11)