In celebration of Black History Month, join us Tuesday, February 7, 2023, for a screening of the Peabody Award-winning concert documentary,
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Lecture, "The Blood of Christians: Phillis Wheatley Peters and White Christianity" with Professor Kim Coles, 10AM:
Lecture, The Mysteries of Freemasonry Brought to Light: The Origins and Some Discoveries of the Exhibition
Join curator Alisa Luxenberg for a lecture about Hargrett's newest exhibit, "Freemasonry in Georgia: Ideals, Imagery, and Impact." The lecture will introduce the subject of Freemasonry, the origins and challenges of the exhibition, and some of the fascinating discoveries made during the research undertaken for the catalogue accompanying the show.
Join the Hargrett Library for an interactive escape room experience hosted by Escape the Space in the galleries! RSVP to Jess Grant (firstname.lastname@example.org) by February 20th.
This one-day symposium will consider representations of race in performance in connection to the work of visual artist Kara Walker, whose exhibition “Back of Hand” will be on display at the Athenaeum. Taking Walker as a departure point, invited speakers will address themes related to rethinking Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, satire, stereotypes, gender, and identity.
Monte Markham ('57 BFA, '60 MFA) will be in conversation with Margie Compton, moving image archivist for the Brown Media Archives, followed by an audience Q&A.
Presented by Jeannette Rankin Foundation, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, and Athens Chautauqua Society.
Join us on Saturday, March 11, 2023, for a community conversation sparked by artist Alice Woodruff and formidable women. View a selection of the sculptures from the exhibition Warrior Women: From Invisible to Formidable One Hundred Strong. Following a brief lecture by artist Alice Woodruff, a panel will explore themes from the exhibition. The artist and panel will participate in a Q & A with the audience. Light reception. Event sponsored by the Russell Library and Jeannette Rankin Foundation.