Georgia Museum of Art blog & upcoming events

Note> GMOAn GMOA North is the "old art school" aka Lamar Dodd adjacent to the UGA Main Library on Jackson St. Parking is available in the North Campus parking deck (some exceptions on UGA Football game days and other UGA events).
[Updated note: For an explanation of what GMOAn means, please read Hillary's comment.]

Please visit our blog for updated daily doings on every GMOA event and the latest news at http://gmoa.blogspot.com, as well as links on art and culture.

This week with the Georgia Museum of Art, GMOA on the Move is in full swing! Come celebrate St. Patrick's Day the GMOAn way as The Art of series kicks off this Tuesday, March 17 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The Art of: Brew will be held at the world-famous Terrapin Beer Company where attendees will take the tour and learn the art of brewing beer!

Also this week, join us for the final Pierre Daura Curator candidate lecture held at the Visual Arts Building (GMOA North) in Room 116 this Thursday, March 19, at 4:00 p.m. Alexandra Karl will present the lecture "Cercle et Carré: Reconstructing the Events."

Tuesday, March 17
The Art of: Brew
6:00 p.m.
Terrapin Beer Company, 265 Newton Bridge Rd., Athens, GA 30607
Come tour the world-famous Terrapin Beer Company and learn the art behind brewing award-winning beer. Tours will be followed by a reception and music. $20 Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art, $25 non-members or with a new Friends' membership, admission is $10 per person. RSVP 706.542.0830.

Thursday, March 19
Pierre Daura Curator Candidate Lecture
4:00 p.m.
Visual Arts Building (GMOA North) Room 116
Alexandra Karl, who currently teaches art history at the University of Utah, will present "Cercle et Carré: Reconstructing the Events."

The above programs are a part of GMOA on the Move. For more information "The Art of" series and GMOA on the Move, please visit us at www.uga.edu/gamuseum.
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hillary said...

Thanks for the press, y'all, but the prefatory note isn't quite accurate. GMOAn is more of an adjective we often use in house to describe things we feel are characteristic of GMOA (we also sometimes use it as a noun to describe ourselves, i.e., GMOAns). GMOA North, however, could easily be mistaken for GMOAn and is indeed located where you say.

Unknown said...

sorry about that. The email that I received didn't explain what GMOAn is, so I did assume that GMOA North (as was referenced in the email)'s acronym was GMOAn.

So, maybe the PR blurbs and emails going out could be a little more clear. ;-)