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Come one, come all. Don your paper caps and join us in the parking lot behind the Athenaeum for ONE NIGHT ONLY, an old-time revival of objects, words, sounds, and movements that can’t be contained beneath a roof.
The Critical Response Process in Action:
A webinar in celebration of the release of Critique Is Creative!
Friday, November 4 at 12:30 PM
4'33" is the university's annual research in the arts competition that highlights UGA student research in the arts and provides an opportunity to win prizes and to share creative inquiry with peers, faculty, administrators, and alumni throughout the university community.
The humanities faculty at UGA are piloting a new series on campus featuring accessible talks about TV shows: Screen Time with Your Humanities Professors. The series highlights the sorts of questions and analytical modes that are characteristic of humanistic thinking, while making connections thro
Queer, female, and Chinese, Marylyn Tan is a linguistics graduate, poet, and artist who has been performing and disappointing since 2014. Her work trades in the conventionally vulgar, radically pleasurable, and unsanctioned, striving to emancipate and restore the alienated, endangered body.
Doreen Baingana is a Ugandan writer and arts manager. Her short story collection, Tropical Fish, won a Grace Paley Prize and a Commonwealth Prize, and she has been shortlisted for the Caine Prize three times.
Rapid-fire artist talks by current MFA candidates in the School of Art's jewelry and metals areas.
For this in person event, Jasmine Amussen, the editor of Atlanta's digital art magazine, Burnaway, will read from a selection of recent Athens focused stories.
In GANGWAY, Athens-based artist, Keith Wilson, presents a live documentary performance about a 106-year-old San Francisco gay bar. Before its closure in 2018, The Gangway was the site of police raids, queer community organizing, early AIDS activism, and general joy-making.
How can sculpture, architecture, and lasers come together to recreate the artisanship of a Parisian icon?
Join UGA Libraries for a program with famed photographer Nancy Ellison with a reception to follow. The event is free and open to the public but RSVP is required to Leandra Nessel at email@example.com or (706) 542-3879.
Lamar Dodd School of Art Curator of Galleries Dr. Katie Geha will present a free lecture open to the public titled “Alternative Curatorial Practices” as part of the University of Georgia Institute for Women's Studies Friday Speaker Series this fall.