Spotlight on the Arts

Spotlight on the Arts at UGA: Nov. 4 – 15

The Willson Center has organized or sponsored a variety of events for UGA's 2015 Spotlight on the Arts festival, including film screenings in Athens and Atlanta, a tour of historic Oconee Hill Cemetery, a tailgate celebration before UGA's football game...

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Order a UGA All Arts Card today!

The UGA Arts Council has introduced the “All Arts Card” for students. For $99, the card gives students admission to more than 60 concerts and plays with a full ticket price value of more than $2,000. The All Arts Card includes...

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Pamela Whitten

21st century humanities

Provost Pamela Whitten touts digital humanities at UGA, including programs associated with the Willson Center's DigiLab....

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Doug Blackmon

Pulitzer-winning author and journalist to speak at UGA

Douglas A. Blackmon, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II,” will visit the University of Georgia for a talk on April 2 at 4 p.m....

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James Murphy

Third annual Slingshot festival begins March 26

Spread over five city blocks and dozens of venues, Slingshot spotlights international, national, and local acts on stage, boundary pushing artworks throughout the urban environment, and tech talks with leading innovators. ...

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Willson Center house

Dedication of the new location of the Willson Center

Through the generosity of Jane Willson, our Board of Friends and individual donors, and with support from the Office of the President and the Office of the Vice President for Research, the Willson Center has relocated to a historically renovated...

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Ann Powers and Patterson Hood

Global Georgia Initiative 2014-2015

The Global Georgia Initiative brings world class thinkers to Georgia. It presents global problems in local context by addressing pressing contemporary questions, including the economy, society, and the environment, with a focus on how the arts and humanities can intervene....

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