Director of Bands Dr. Alan Clark has been invited to return to the Museum of Aviation to conduct a concert on July 1.
There are several upcoming events presented by The School of Arts & Letters and the Office of Student Life to celebrate Black History Month.
NMAC 4450 Documentary Production Screening 9 short documentaries SOAL Theatre Complex December 10th, 5-8PM.
The Middle Georgia State University (MGA) School of Arts & Letters is rolling out new “work-ready” concentrations in various degree programs to help students chart specific paths into careers.
#MGA ENGL 3010 students Ben Circle, Jahi Mendes and Mollie Brack at their recent Undergraduate Research Forum panel “Promethean and Faustian Intimations and Augmentations in English Literature”.
All sessions are held in the Arts Complex/COAS Building. Reception held in MGA Library Symposium info packets in Arts Complex Lobby on day of event Free and open to the public Middle Georgia State University, Macon Campus October 24, 2019 1:00-1:55 Opening plenary session, Arts Complex Theater, Macon Campus The Life of Kathleen Lockhart Continue reading
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.
One hundred seven students consisting of 28 teams from 10 colleges and universities in Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina competed in the Twenty-Fifth Annual University of North Georgia Mathematics Tournament on April 6, 2019, on the Gainesville campus of the University of North Georgia.
The English department’s senior capstone presentations took place April 24, May 1, and May 2 on the Cochran and Macon campuses.
On April 22nd, join us in celebrating the 2019 release of MGA’s literary arts magazine, The Fall Line Review. Enjoy FREE talent, food and coffee and kick back with us for Open Mic Night where students will recite music, poetry, comedy, drama and more! The event kicks off at 4:00 P.M. in the Arts Theatre on the Macon Campus.
Knight Writers 2019 brought Bleckley County High School freshman Honors English students onto the MGA campus for a day of instruction in poetry followed by a writing marathon.