This post is more of an observation than a complaint. I am glad that we have business owners who aren't slaves to schedules and have the freedom to close whenever they want to. However, these extended vacations undermine my effort to make a habit of supporting local businesses. It is easier to support businesses with reliable schedules and make downtown a second, unscheduled stop.
The Holiday 2011 Athens Indie Craftstravaganzaa is happening Saturday December 3rd this year from 10am til 6pm at Ben's Bikes, 670 West Broad at the corner of N. Pope Street. We are so excited about our new location that we decided to add even more features to make this the best event ever. In addition to our usual tunes from DJ Mahoghany, we will include a few live performances from acoustic acts Coconut Moon and Matthew Garrison. There will be art cars and live art demos from local toy maker Chris Purcell. Gretchen Elsner will head up the clothing Swap O Rama Rama, a workshop that gives people an opportunity to re-construct their old clothing into something brand new! There will be no need to leave to go get lunch, because Farm cart will join us to provide locally grown, sustainable eats and Ursa Minor from Atlanta will be on hand with hot drinks and tasty pastries. Of course you'll also find the largest selection of handmade arts and crafts, from jewelry and fashion to paintings and photographs, cute stuff for your pets, and lots more. See you there!
Athens Indie Craftstravaganzaa Holiday Market
December 3rd, 2011 from 10am till 6pm.
670 West Broad Street, Athens, Georgia
Please join us for a book reading and signing by Eva Galambos, Mayor of Sandy Springs, GA
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 4:00p.m. - 1st Floor Reading Room, Main Library.
We hope you can join us.
Poverty Is Real has the mission of organizing concerts in different cities to promote efforts to combat issues such as poverty, abuse, and homelessness at the local level. The group partners with established local organizations and reaches out to musicians to create a benefit concert series. Proceeds raised at the show in Athens will benefit Whatever It Takes. This is the second concert of the series, with the first show in Decatur in June benefitting Decatur Cooperative Ministry.
The generous support for this show comes from Flagpole, the 40 Watt Club, Barnes Law Group, and Red Eye Gravy Records. Admission in advance is $10 plus a $2 service charge.
Russell Library is Going West!
Russell Library, University of Georgia Libraries
Move and Access Update: Bulletin #3
From November 10, 2011 through December 22, 2011, patrons may access Russell Library collections by advanced appointment only in the new Special Collections Libraries Building located at 300 South Hull Street.
To make an advance research appointment, request materials, and receive an orientation to using Russell collections in the new location, please submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 706-542-5766.
UNTIL JANUARY 2012, researchers cannot access the new building TO DO RESEARCH without FIRST making an appointment!
• Regular research access resumes on January 2, 2012.
• Special Collections Libraries Building dedication is February 17, 2012.
• Russell Exhibition Galleries open in mid February 2012.
For more information about arranging research access during fall 2011, please contact Russell archivists at email@example.com or 706-542-5766.
For general updates and news about the Russell Library and its westward journey, please visit any of the following information points:
• Web Site: www.libs.uga.edu/russell
• Russell Blog: http://rbrl.blogspot.com
• Twitter: @RussellLibrary
• Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/fbrusslib
Russell Library will share space in the new building with Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library and the Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection. For information regarding their respective moving schedules and access to their collections, please visit:
• Special Collections Building Web Page: www.libs.uga.edu/sclb/index.html
• UGA Libraries’ News Blog: www.libs.uga.edu/blog/?p=4948
• Hargrett Library Web Site: www.libs.uga.edu/hargrett/index.shtml
• Brown Media Archives Web Site: www.libs.uga.edu/media/index.html
We the administrators of your friendly neighborhood Drinking Liberally - Athens were thinking the other day: "What do we think of the Occupy Movement?" (Full disclosure: We didn't all think this out loud at the same time or manifest psychic powers). We talked about it for a bit and we came to the same conclusion...
We like it.
There are protests like it in over 900 cities worldwide. Nine hundred cities worldwide.
Whether you call yourself liberal, conservative or the Rent Too Damn High guy we all agree with one thing: It certainly feels like the process and the power have been pulled out of our hands.
That is in the interest of everyone.
That is in short what the Occupy Movement is about.
If you cannot stand out with the group at the Arches, on Wall Street or where ever, what can you do?
Well there is still a lot. We feel like a lot of good can come from it.
Please join us at Little Kings this Thursday at 7. We're going to talk about where we might go from here. We need others who are interested in moving forward to join us. Not in some kind of crazy way. With civility & justice. We will succeed. It's just better if you are there.
All are welcome. Forward this invite. Spread the word. See you later
Haunted Houses & Ghostly walks
- Haunted Hike 20 October- 31 October Location The Sandbar, Bowman, GA
Haunted Hike! $8 Admission (cash only), and snacks available! Please bring cash only!
The Hike will be going on Oct. 20-22 and 27-31 and consist of a roughly 30 minute walk through forest trails beside the river. Please dress for cool weather and a hike in the woods!
Audience level: This event may not be for the faint of heart. Once on the trail, there may be no way to turn back and one must continue until the end.
- Wild Rumpus Parade (Costume parade): Oct. 29 8:00ish Location:Downtown Athens Free! See http://www.wildrumpus.org/ for complete guidelines about marching in the parade & the afterparty at the Ga Theatre.
- Watkinsville Ghost Tours: Oct. 7 - ? walking tour starts at Eagle Tavern, Watkinsville, GATour host Melissa Piche tells ghoulish tales from the past or the present. Tours offered every Friday and Saturday 8pm; Price: $12 per adult/$20 per couple/ Children 12 and under $7/ 3 or more children $5: Audience level: All ages > more
Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes & Hayrides
- Washington Farm Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze, Watkinsville, GA (check homepage for hours or call 706-769-0627 : Pumpkin Patch, T-Fri 3:00pm until 7pm Saturday: 9:00am until dark, Sunday: 1:00pm until 6:00pm ; Corn Maze late hours: T: 6pm- 0 pm; Fri: 3-11pm; Sat: 9AM-11pm; Sunday 1-6pm Audience: All ages
- Milledge Ave Pumpkin Patch, Milledge Ave Baptist Church, Athens, GA; hours: M-Fri 12-8pm; Saturday-9am to 8pm; Sunday-12-6pm; Prices range from $.50 to $20.00; Audience: All ages
- Halloween "Spooktacular" Carnival Athens, GA, October 27 6–8 pm; $3 ACC resident; $5 Non- resident; Location: Lay Park, 706-613–3596; Audience: ages 5-12: Carnival style program includes Halloween-themed games, a costume contest, candy and more. Ages: 5 – 12
- Memorial Park Halloween Carnival, Athens, GA, Oct 27,5–8pm,$4 per child (No charge for parents/ guardians) ake a haunted trick-or-treat tour of Bear Hollow Zoo & Halloween carnival. Stories, games, activities and more. Costume contest every hour! Purchase tickets the night of the event. Audience: ages 2-12, must be accompanied by a parent, for more info: Memorial Park, 706- 613-3580
Here is what you can do about it. You can be open-minded to the message that our country is experiencing a severe economic problem right now. Jobs are not like coconuts lying on the ground waiting to be picked up. From my professional prospective, I can tell you that in the Athens area there are talented, hardworking people who have been employed in successful positions and run multimillion-dollar businesses but are now shut out of the economy, either desperately underemployed or desperately searching for any job whatsoever.
You might tell them to "Get a job, a**hole," but I guarantee you they have already thought of that. I have no simple solutions to propose, and the Occupy Wall Street movement has a hopeless and absurdly long litany of grievances, but one message to be heard is that we need rational, open-minded debate in our society, not epithets and platitudes.
The news has got my head spinning. Occupy Wall St gathering more protesters & the spotlight everyday, the whole Republican nomination process & all of its characters (almost lost in the news cycle Palin announces she will not run), the Koch Brothers sales to Iran you can see why I'm dizzy.
Which makes me want to have a beer, sit with some nice people & talk about it. We have a topic prepared but Occupy Wall Street & it's local off shoots will probably hold our attention. Especially since they'll be in protest and hopefully in full force a few blocks away.
But the back up topic is basically how much do we compromise to get something, anything done? Discussion, about Occupy Wall Street or political deadlock is open to everyone and anyone who's willing to have a discussion with a civil tongue. For you right wingers that means "From the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks." Look it up
The only way to make it all worth while is for you to make an appearance, share a drink and a laugh and a thought or two. See you at 7 Thursday Oct 6th, Little Kings Shuffle Club.
Let's get the word out. Thanks
Wilson’s Soul Food, Athens’ oldest soul food restaurant, closed today, another casualty of the hard financial times, the owners said.
The Cedar Shoals High School Concert Choir will be selling tickets for a PANCAKE BREAKFAST on Saturday, October 15, 7:30 am - 10:30 am. The Breakfast will be held at Fatz Café on Lexington Road. Tickets are $7.00 and children under 6 are Free. These students will be singing in CARNEGIE HALL in April 2012 and the proceeds from this Breakfast will help finance this incredible trip! Contact Linda Moon, Choral Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or Choral Booster Club parent Angela Johnson at email@example.com or (706) 543-8560 for tickets for the breakfast or more information.
|Visual Culture Colloquium |
Established in fall of 2008, the Visual Culture Colloquium brings together under one rubric lectures given at the LDSOA which adopt a scholarly approach to the field of art history, broadly conceived. An integral part of the Colloquium are those lectures organized by graduate students in the history of art under the auspices of A.G.A.S., (Association of Graduate Art History Students), to which we now add lectures by our own graduate students and faculty.
2010-2011 Visual Culture Colloquium
Upcoming talks (dates to be announced)
Athens, GA (October 8, 2011) - The Georgia Sculptors' Society is hosting The Inaugural Pulaski Street Art Crawl on Saturday, October 8, 2011 from 5:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. Pulaski Street artists and businesses are opening their venues to the public to showcase Athens artists. The Pulaski Street Art Crawl will start at ARTini's Art Lounge, culminating at Pints and Paints featuring the Georgia Sculp...tors' Society's Juried Art Exhi...bition. The Pulaski Street Art Crawl is an opportunity for Athens artists, business owners, and patrons to come together and engage in cultural discourse while boosting Athen's respective businesses and art community. Food for the juried show will be provided by Last Resort Grill and The Grit! Admission is free and open to the public.
The Georgia Sculptors' Society's Juried Exhibition will be judged by local bronze and mixed media sculptor, Mary Engel, and local figure sculptor, Kinzey Branham. The public is encouraged to plan their walk down Pulaski Street to arrive at the Leathers Building by approximately 7:00 P.M. for the opening of the Georgia Sculptors' Society's Juried Exhibition. Pints and Paints is located in the Leathers Building (suite 600). Maps of all participating venues will be available at ARTini's Art Lounge located at Broad and Pulaski.
Tuesday, October 18, 3pm - 7pm
Oconee County Civic Center
"Caregiver – Aging – Resources – Expo
Aging in Place Technology – Assisted Living Facilities – Disability Aids – Elder Referral / Placement – Financial Services – Home Health Care and In-Home Care – Home Accessibility / Modification / Mobility Hospice & Palliative Care – Hospitals & Nursing Homes – Medical Equipment /Healthcare Products – Medication Resource information & much more"
It's run by a UGA grad (B.S. in Geography) and former intern with the National Weather Service at Peachtree City, GA.Very interesting & informative. You can also get weather updates via Twitter, too.
Lecture: October 3rd, 2011, 5:00 PM
ON RIVALRY AND RETRIBUTION: SACRIFICE AND RITUAL IN THE ART OF PAUL PFEIFFER
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Morning after the Deluge, Fragment of a Crucifixion: if Paul Pfeiffer’s titles are any indication, his is an art deeply engaged with Judeo-Christian narratives. But to what end, these thematics and the analogies they engender? Indeed, what do game shows and athletes have to with crucifixions and apocalypses? And what might it mean to align contemporary culture with these biblical narratives and themes?
Drawing on the work of literary critic René Girard, this paper considers the work of Paul Pfeiffer with an eye to these questions, arguing that Pfeiffer establishes compelling parallels between various biblical narratives and aspects of contemporary-culture as defined (and dominated) by technology’s omniscient and all-seeing eyes. Fleshing out the comparison Pfeiffer seems to make between the vengeful eye of an all-seeing, Old Testament God and our own culture’s relentless surveillance by mass and new media, I suggest that Pfeiffer also aligns various biblical sacrifices – namely, the Old Testament sacrifice of the word by flood, and subsequently, in the New Testament, the sacrifice of Jesus by God – with the contemporary sacrifice of the world (or more accurately, reality) by new technologies that have radically restructured our relation to both time and space. Arguing that Pfeiffer thus sets the stage for a new interpretation of new media, I suggest that he treats new media as an enactment of dynamics at the very heart of the Judeo- Christian tradition, perhaps for the purpose of decatheting the primal trauma described therein.
The Athens Chapter of Drinking Liberally is happy to announce former U.S. House of Representatives candidate and local attorney Russell Edwards will be attending this week's meeting a very special guest.
Mr Edwards ran against Paul Broun Jr. in 2010 touting a message of unity and common sense during a particularly difficult election cycle. In addition he co-hosts a radio program called "True South" with Neal Priest on WGAU 1340 AM, Saturday mornings at 10.
Mr Edwards will be available to discuss his experiences in the election and the political world from a first hand perspective and what we can do to push forward for constructive change. He'll be accompanied by his fiance, local business owner (and force to be reckoned with in her own right) Airee Hong, owner of Agora.
Drinking Liberally - Athens is happy to host the event at the usual location, Little Kings Shuffle Club 223 W Hancock Ave. Thursday September 1st, 7 pm.
All of any political persuasion are invited. Should be a fun night. Please forward or repost as you like. Tell your friends and family. See you there.
On Monday, August 29, Mark C. McDonald, president and CEO of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, will discuss a topic important to many Athenians, “Historic Preservation and Sustainability.” The talk will explore the environmental benefits of historic preservation and how they relate to land use, urban planning, and green building.
He will stress the need for preservationists and green building advocates to cooperate and will also explain the sustainability goals set by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
This event will be held at the Melting Point. Join us to mix, mingle, and eat at 6:00 p.m. The lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. and is FREE and open to the public.
“Preservation Matters” debuts in August as the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation’s newest program, to annually consist of a lecture, hands-on-workshop, symposium and tour. Visit http://www.achfonline.org/ for more information.
*ACHF is a proactive force in developing community-wide understanding of the value of historic buildings, neighborhoods, and heritage.
Applications for the 2011 Athens Indie Craftstravaganzaa Holiday Market are online NOW!
The 2011 Holiday Indie Craftstravaganzaa will be held the first weekend of December, Saturday December 3rd, from 10am till 6pm. We plan to bring back our indoor Vintage Market as well as the clothing Swap-o-Rama-Rama with Gretchen Elsner, plus music, food and drinks from the Caledonia.
If you're looking for something to do this weekend (or even next month), please consider visiting the Athica Mystery Triennial Fundraiser & Exhibit. 120 artists are exhibiting artwork(& no this piece by robin fay is not part of the auction ).
ATHICA Mystery Triennial
Small works by more than 120 signature Athens’ artists all displayed anonymously
August 20 – September 18, 2011
Saturday, August 20: 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.: ‘First Dibs’ with $10 donation
8:00 – 9:30 p.m.: Free Entry
Refreshments donated by Five and Ten, Ted’s Best Food and other fine establishments.
Artist list: Rinne Allen | June Ball | Nina Barnes | Elizabeth Barton | Wayne Bellamy | Greg Benson | Jorie Berman | Stanley Bermudez | Gregg Bernstein | Rebecca Brantley | Tony Bravo | Vanessa Briscoe Hay | Jim Buonaccorsi | Amanda Burk | Don Byram | Lucy Calhoun | Jamie Calkin | Ainhoa Canup | Toni Carlucci | Jill Carnes | Laura Carter | Nancy Carter | Andrew Cayce | Bob Clements | Claire Clements | Cal Clements | Toby Cole | Dana Jo Cooley | Bob Davis | Chris Davisdson | Kim Deakins | Krista Dean | Brooke DeVere | Didi Dunphy | Margot Ecke | John English | Will Eskridge | Robin Fay | Larry Forte | Laura Foster | Cooper Gage | Lauren Gallaspy | Annette Gates | Jennifer Graff | Jillian Guarco | Alexei Gural | Krysia Haag | Amy Hairston | David Hale | Melissa Harshman | Jonathan Hart | Bob Hart | Jennifer Hartley | Annette Hatton | Joe Havasy | Hope Hilton | Brian Hitselberger | Christopher Hocking | Katherine Hodges | Nash Hogan | Jeremy Hughes | Joel Izlar | Stefanie Jackson | Jonathan Jacquet | Carol John | Cindy Jerrell | Hannah Jones | Jasey Jones | Robert Sparrow Jones | Kenneth Kase | Violet Kester | Megan Kluttz | Missy Kulik | Michael Lachowski | Charlotte Lee | Diana Lee | Nancy Lloyd | Peter Loose | Bart Lynch | Barbara Mann | Jenn Manzella | Michael Marshall | Carl Martin | Valerie Mathews | Erin Mcintosh | Manda Mckay | Katherine McQueen | Judy McWillie | Rosemary Mendicino | LeeAnn Mitchell | Caroline Montague | Andy Nasisse | Carlo Nasisse | Jim Norton | Michael Oliveri | Rich Panico | Mary Pearse | Lanora Pierce | Mary Porter | Karla Pruitt | Lea Purvis | Darcy Reenis | Kathryn Refi | Bryan Poole | REM | Ben Reynolds | Cecilia Reynolds | Art Rosenbaum | Margo Rosenbaum | Malissa Ryder | Beth Sale | Havivah Saltz | Noah Saunders | Hal Schwarze | Charley Seagraves | Rene Shoemaker | Eric Simmons | Mark Steinmetz | John Stidham | Lawrence Stueck | Jon Swindler | Tara Taylor | Larry Tenner | Paul Thomas | Jason Thrasher | Steve Trimmer | Andrea Trombetta | Tatiana Veneruso | Rusty Wallace | Robyn Waserman | Mark Watkins | Drew Weing | Jacob Wenzka | Charles Westfall | Eddie Whelan | Ouida Williams | Anthony Wislar | Cheri Wranosky |
St. Stephen's Anglican Church is located at 800 Timothy Rd., Athens, GA 30606. Ivan Frazier retired from the Hugh Hodgson School of Music in 2005, Amy Hepworth is a graduate student in musicology, and William Coscarelli is head of music collections for the University of Georgia Libraries and director of music for St. Stephen's.
The program is free, open to the public, and everyone is welcome.
This month we are hosting an information session on animal welfare in the community. Our panel of guests will discuss progress, problems, and potential solutions to animal welfare issues in Athens-Clarke
County with a focus on topics such as pet overpopulation, spay & neuter, adoption, and responsible pet ownership.
Speakers will include representatives from ACC Animal Control, Athens Canine Rescue, Athens Area Humane Society, Helping Paws Rescue, and the Athens Area Rescue Foundation. The public is invited and questions
will be taken from the audience.
Our panel members will be:
* Bly Crane, President, Athens Canine Rescue
* Amanda Rodriguez Crook, Owner, Helping Paws Rescue
* Denise Plemmons, Special Projects Manager, Athens Area Humane Society
* Michelle Rabold, ACC Animal Control Officer / Athens Area Rescue Foundation
* Patrick Rives, Superintendent, ACC Animal Control
Federation of Neighborhoods meetings are always free and open to the public. Please plan to attend and join the discussion on this important topic.
years of regrettable exercise videos, 20 years of insulting training videos, 20 years of forsaken home movies -- all in a one-of-a-kind, one-night-only celebration of video obscurities and live comedy at AthFest."""
(from xanadu gallery...)
We have a commercial client looking for a mid-size bronze sculpture (approx. 5 ft. tall x 5 ft. wide x 2 ft. deep) that would have appeal to a western rural/Native American clientele. Subject matter could include a horse and rider.
The owner of the business is only interested in very a realistic, traditional style. No contemporary/abstract works would be of interest.
The budget is approximately $25,000 retail. (Xanadu's commission is 40% for the project.)
If you have or know of any bronzes that might fit the above criteria, please email images, dimensions, and retail price to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't have a piece that will work but know someone who might? Please pass this email on.
Love the sharing of info via flickr and blogger! ;-)
Friends of the Athens-Clarke County Library is a non-profit organization that advocates on behalf of the library and helps supplement library funding shortfalls. Funds raised by Friends help the library to better serve and enrich our community by making available free information, education, entertainment, and literacy activities for library patrons. In the current economy, use of the library has heavily increased (books, periodicals, movies, activities), but library funding has not increased, so Friends activities will be more important than ever.
If you are interested in working on the friends board, please come to our meeting Tuesday to see what we do and then, if you are interested, put your name forward as a nominee.
If you can't find the time to work on the Friends Board but wish to become a member of the Friends non-profit organization, the online membership form can be downloaded from the link above or at: http://www.clarke.public.lib.ga.us/arls/support/fotl_membershipform.pdf
Come share your vision for Oglethorpe County and Cities
Tuesday June 21st
Oglethorpe County Middle School
Tuesday June 21st at 7:00 pm in the new middle school cafeteria is your chance to tell community leaders your vision for Oglethorpe County and Cities future.
Your input is important and will be used as the community reviews its Comprehensive Plan. This plan guides development and decision makers as they prepare for the future. The plan considers:
? Natural, Cultural and Historic Resources
? Community services and facilities
? Population and other community indicators
? Economic development
? Intergovernmental coordination
? Land use and development
Come tell us what you think and hear from your friends and neighbors.
Hope to see you there!
My intent was to see how schools are ranked and what schools to recommend to him. It is a really good source. Print making, painting and drawing, photo and ceramics fair well as well.
Sculpture #12 University of Georgia Athens, GA
Ceramics #14 University of Georgia Athens, GA
Painting and Drawing #14 University of Georgia Athens, GA
Photography #18 University of Georgia Athens, GA
Printmaking #10 University of Georgia Athens, GA
Schools of Art #37 University of Georgia Athens, GA 3.4
42nd Annual Preservation Awards
June 13, 2011, 6:30-9:00pm [new date]
UGA Fine Arts Theatre
255 Baldwin Street
What do an indoor climbing gym, a community garden and a medical school have in common? They were all 2010 Preservation Award winners! Each year the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation showcases outstanding projects that revitalize historic places in our community. See this year’s best local makeovers, from small-scale rehabilitations, to LEED-certified new construction, to million-dollar historic restorations. It's an exclusive behind-the-scenes look (via slideshow!) of the best preservation projects in town, and you are all invited. This is your Athens.
Drinks and light hors d’oeuvres in the lobby at 6:30; show starts at 7:00pm.
The Festival of American Chamber Music will have concerts at the Ramsey Recital Hall at the UGA Performing Arts Center May 20, 21 and 22. You can see the event descriptions and times at https://sites.google.com/site/americanchamberfestival/.
Anyhow, I wish them great success and I really hope they share their content beyond their target audience. If you are interested in community folks, art & more, check out the site. Perhaps, someone will even consider crossposting or sharing their information here at athensworld.
marigold festival featuring musicians, crafts, entertainment & $10/bag book sale at the Front Porch Bookstore May 21, 2011.
Don't forget to register for the 5k - Running Through the Marigolds
5k Fun Run/Walk
May 21, 2011 @ 8:00 a.m.
$10 early registration (guaranteed t-shirt)
$15 late registration (t-shirt only while supplies last)
This event will take place in the City of Winterville, at 8 a.m. on May 21. The starting line will be located in the city square. You will also be able to pick up your race number and retrieve your t-shirt from the Pittard Park Pavilion. In order to insure that you are given the appropriate size t-shirt, please indicate your size below. The 5k Fun Run/Walk will come at the beginning of Winterville's Marigold Festival.
Join us for our annual Mule Day farm celebration! As in years past, we will host our favorite craftspeople and artisans who will demonstrate basket-making, quilting, soap-making and blacksmithing. This year will feature some new guests from Georgia Mudcats Pottery who will bring their work (including face jugs) to share and sell.
The Georgia Old Time Plow Club will demonstrate plowing with mules and oxen and wagon rides will be available for anyone who wants a ride down the road or up to the schoolhouse.
Local barbecue will be cooked and served onsite along with several sweet treats to the accompaniment of bluegrass and gospel music.
Exhibit Opening and Reception
Join us for the opening of a one-of-a-kind exhibit featuring never before exhibited materials highlighting Margaret Mitchell's life during the writing of Gone With the Wind and in the days leading up to its publication.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Seminars and Documentary ScreeningA variety of authors and experts will discuss Margaret Mitchell, Gone With the Wind, and its impact on literature and the world at large. On hand will be John Wiley, considered by many to be an expert on Margaret Mitchell and Gone With the Wind, to discuss his new book, noted Gone With the Wind memorabilia collector and author Herb Bridges, UGA's Albert B. Saye Professor of History Dr. John Inscoe, and others.
We will be screening Change in the Wind;, the latest documentary from Emmy-winning filmmaker C.B. Hackworth, who along with Mary Taylor, former director of the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum will dicuss the never before seen aspect of Mitchell's life uncovered in the documentary. Following a break for dinner, we will be treated to a performance of Mrs. Marsh, a one-woman play written by Melita Easters based on the letters of Margaret Mitchell.