Arts Festival presents The Art of Business and a Collective Mural Project

Arts Festival 2018 is wrapping up this week with our last two events. Mark your calendars and come out and meet the owner of Ampersand Guild located in downtown Macon. Business owner and artist, Daniel Montoute will present a talk and an art demonstration on both the Cochran and Macon campuses.


6th Annual MGA Juried Student Art Exhibit Opening/Awards

6th Annual MGA Juried Student Art Exhibition

Opening Reception/Awards Ceremony, Monday, April 9, 2018, 6:00 p.m., Peacock Gallery, Russell Hall, Cochran Campus

6th Annual MGA Juried Student Art Exhibition: April 9th – 27th, 2018. The exhibition is open Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. – 12 noon. Closed on weekends and university holidays.


Rotaract Club of MGA – Upcoming Meeting

The Rotaract Club of MGA will be meeting on April 2nd at 4pm in PSC 329 on the Macon campus. Anyone interested is welcome to attend in person or via Skype. The club is currently collecting toiletry items to be distributed to safe houses and homeless shelters in the mid-Georgia area. Dropboxes for donations are located in the School of Information Technology and outside the Psychology Department Offices on the Macon campus, as well as in the Student Center at the Warner Robins Campus. New drop boxes are being added at the Post Office and Student Center at Cochran. Contact club president Matthew Molina at or club advisor Tina Ashford at for more information.

Come Join the Japanese Film Festival

Georgia State University-Perimeter College will host a Japanese Film Festival at the end of March and beginning of April. The event is FREE and open to the public. Please see flyer for more details.

Interdisciplinary Film Event: “The Throne” on the Macon Campus

MGA faculty, students, and the off-campus community are cordially invited to this semester’s Interdisciplinary film event on Oct 9, 2017 at 7 PM in the Math Auditorium. “The Throne,” a poignant historical drama from South Korea, delves into a tragic relationship of a father and a son. Dr. Benita Muth who teaches English at MGA will share her expertise as she relates the film with Shakespeare’s Henry IV. This will be a rare opportunity to see this cinematic gem on a huge HD screen.