Dept. Arts and Sciences

Heather Jones Art Exhibition

Heather Jones Art Exhibition –
Gallery Talk/Opening Reception – Monday, February 4, 2019, 6:00 p.m., Peacock Gallery, Russell Hall, Cochran Campus

Heather Jones Art Exhibition: February 4th – March 1st, 2019. The exhibition is open Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. – 12 noon.


Professors from Middle Georgia State University and Mercer University Collaborate in Recent Academic Presentation

Professors from Middle Georgia State University and Mercer University collaborated for a recent academic presentation at SAMLA 90 this past weekend. 


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University Creating Public Art to Celebrate UNITY@MGA

Middle Georgia State University (MGA) hosted UNITY@MGA during the week of November 26 – November 29, 2018, highlighting an interactive social dialogue through the creation of a public art installation on both the Macon and Cochran campuses. 


Dept. Arts and Sciences

Daniel Montoute Art Exhibition Opening and Gallery Talk is Tuesday, Sept. 4th

Gallery Talk/Opening: Artist – Daniel Montoute – Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 ● 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

FREE
Peacock Gallery, Cochran Campus


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Fall Line Review Release Party

Please attend The Fall Line Review Release Party tomorrow (Tuesday, April 24) at 2 pm in the COAS lobby. We are once again proud of our magazine and would love for you to come and support this year’s contributors, editors, and staff.

There will also be food!


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Arts Festival 2018 Kicks of this Week with Dean Brown in Concert

Dean Brown is live in concert on the Macon campus from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday and playing again on the Cochran campus on Wednesday! Experience the live music and storytelling of Dean Brown, a local musician, who performs reggae style, world music.


Dept. Arts and Sciences

The Zombie Swarm: Low Art as Hyperobject

What happens to the borders and boundaries of the high art object when it becomes a hyperobject through commercialization? If low art is a boundless zombie swarm hollowing all art into economic value, then how does the loss of boundary turn art into a metaphor for other aspects of culture and current events?