The Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries at the University of Georgia will host its bi-annual reception celebrating new exhibitions April 13 at 5:30 p.m. The event will include live music, spotlight tours, light refreshments and gallery games. The reception is free and open to the public.
Events - Exhibits
MADE IN L.A. follows the remarkable journey of three Latina immigrants working in L.A.'s garment factories and their long battle to bring a major clothing retailer to the negotiating table. (via PBS.org)
Equality Under the Law: History of the Equal Rights Amendment, an exhibit on the history of the Equal Rights Amendment will be on display in the galleries of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library Jan. 19-May 12.
The annual display of the UGA Charter will be January 23rd through 27 to mark Founders' Day on Jan. 27, the anniversary of the document's signing. To protect the ink of the parchment manuscript from further fading it is displayed to the public only once a year in the Hargrett Library of the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries.
Join us at 7 pm on Thursday, January 19, for a reading by award-winning poet, Guggenheim fellow, and Winter 2016 contributor Jericho Brown at the Georgia Museum of Art.
This gathering will also mark the closing of our art exhibition “Storytelling,” a selected retrospective of paintings, works on paper, photographs and 3-D compositions by Review contributors, including Benny Andrews, Kara Walker, Vanessa German and Masao Yamamoto, among others. The exhibition will be open for viewing, and a catered reception will follow Brown’s reading.
The only surviving copy of the Confederate Constitution, a part of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, will be displayed. Due to its fragility the document is only exhibited one day per year. An exhibition examining slavery will be on view through Spring Semester.
The Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries at the University of Georgia will host its bi-annual reception celebrating new exhibitions Thursday, November 10 at 5:30 p.m.
The event will include live music, light refreshments, and gallery activities. A special performance of “On the Stump: What Does it Take to Get Elected in Georgia” by the students of THEA 4800 / AFAM 4250 will take place in the auditorium at 6:30PM.
Craft demonstrations, old-time music, and creating a tote bag from recycled materials are all on tap for the Family Folk Day, being held in conjunction with the exhibit, “50 Years of Foxfire.”