The full schedule of events can be found here: https://www.mga.edu/arts-letters/events.php.
MGA faculty, students, and the off-campus community are cordially invited to “K-Pop & BTS” at 6 PM on the 26th of September in the Math Auditorium.
Jon Witzky Art Exhibition: September 9th – October 4th, 2019.
Viewing and discussion of the films “Glory” and “Lincoln” are among the events planned for this fall’s Civil War History Series sponsored by Middle Georgia State University’s History Student Organization.
Check out the latest issue of “Culture in Focus,” which has intriguing work by MGA’s Dr. Karmen Lenz & Dr. Gül Celkan, and also by grad student Sarah Ashley Winans.
Dr. Stephen Wisker will direct the play Blood at the Root with performances October 3, 4, and 5 on the Macon Campus. Wisker, MGA’s visiting theater director, is hosting AUDITIONS from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 21, and Thursday, August 22, in the rehearsal hall of the Macon Campus Arts Complex Theater.
The Sept. 4 Master Lectures and Conversation Series event featuring Sarah Topol has been cancelled.
Gallery Talk/Opening Reception, Saturday, June 1, 2019, 7 – 9 p.m., Cochran-Bleckley Arts Alliance, 113 E Dykes St, Cochran, Georgia 31014
Students in Dr. Gerald Lucas’s graduate course, “Writing and Publishing in Digital Environments,” helped publish a digital humanities project, ”An American Dream Expanded, published on Project Mailer — an official web site of the Norman Mailer Society. They collected, edited, and posted artifacts from the years surrounding the publications of Norman Mailer’s 1965 novel “An American Dream.”
This year’s Arts Festival theme is “The Color of Fear.” We will evaluate and analyze the symbolism of color in film, music, art and literature and how they respond to each other. Does a color represent an emotion or envoke an emotion? Check out the list of events scheduled around this theme on the Cochran and Macon campuses.