Events

Tuesday, November 19

 Exhibition: Rachel Whiteread

Five cast-stone sculptures by Rachel Whiteread reinterpret the artist’s earlier resin castings of the space beneath chairs. The works are arranged in a table...

Exhibition: Beautiful and Brutal: Georgia Bulldogs Football, 2017

In 2017, the Bulldogs followed a strong regular season with an SEC title and a win at the Rose Bowl before heading to the national championship game in...

Exhibition: Before the War: Photographs of Syria by Peter Aaron

In 2009, Peter Aaron traveled with his family to Syria. Aaron spent his trip photographing city streets and sites in and around Syria, such as the desert...

Exhibition: Beth Thompson, Photography

Photographer Beth Thompson returns to the State Botanical Garden of Georgia for an exhibition of recent works. An opening reception, including an artist...

Exhibition: Drama and Devotion in Baroque Rome

Rome has long been a key destination for artists. At the beginning of the 17th century, painters from across Europe flocked to the Eternal City to see the...

Exhibition: Experiencing Cortona: Celebrating 50 Years of UGA Study Abroad

In 1969, professor Jack Kehoe journeyed to Italy to create a unique opportunity for University of Georgia students. He found the ideal site for an...

Exhibition: Growing Through Art - Athens Art Association Artists Celebrate Their Centennial Year

The Athens Art Association, in celebrating their centennial year, presents the exhibition, “Growing Through Art.” Current members are presenting...

Exhibition: Mary Lee Bendolph: Quilted Memories

This exhibition features quilts created by artist Mary Lee Bendolph spanning three decades. Bendolph worked in textile-related fields until 1992, when she...

Exhibition: Material Georgia 1733–1900: Two Decades of Scholarship

This exhibition will review 20 years of scholarly activity at the Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts. It will include numerous...

Exhibition: Storytelling in Renaissance Maiolica

This focused exhibition brings together a small selection of tin-glazed earthenware produced in the duchy of Urbino, Italy, in the 16th century. Colorfully...

Exhibition: The New South and The New Slavery: Convict Labor in Georgia

The Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in the United States, and outlawed forced labor except for use as punishment for a crime. Georgia, along with...

GCBA Committee Application Open

GCBA committee members serve from 2020-2023. Applications are open. Each committee is comprised of no more than nine teachers, school media specialists,...

Construction Advisory: Center for Art and Nature at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Construction for the Center for Art and Nature at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia will occur from Sept. 30, 2019 through June 2020. Expect occasional...

Construction Advisory: Temporary lane shift and sidewalk closure adjacent to the Tennis Hall of Fame within S14 parking lot from November 11-21, 2019

There will be a temporary lane shift and sidewalk closure adjacent to the Tennis Hall of Fame on the north side within S14 parking lot to demo and install a...

Construction Advisory: Brumby Hall Renovation

Construction activities for the renovation of Brumby Hall will begin on May 28, 2019, and continue through July 2020. The sidewalks on Baxter Street and S....

Exhibition: Creatures of the Night

This exhibition from the Georgia Museum of Natural History is all about bats. Bats are vital to ecosystems all over the world: they serve as natural pest...

Exhibition: Moon Rocks!

A spotlight exhibition in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing.

Exhibition: Now and Then: 1979

A look back at 1979 and the lasting legacy of the events that filled the public mind. 1979 was the the year of the Three Mile Island nuclear disaster and...

Cellular Biology Seminar: Jason Jessen

"Planar Signaling Mechanisms and Cell-Matrix Interactions Underlie the Collective Migration of Gastrula Cells," Dr. Jason Jessen, Department of Biology,...

Dissertation Defense Seminar: Olivia Thompson

Investigating biomass-derived inhibitory compound tolerance of evolved Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains for bioethanol production

Social Justice Symposium Bake Sale

The sale of homemade baked goods support the student-run Social Justice Symposium, the annual event held on the last Saturday in January to foster dialogue...

Workshop: Internationalizing Your Resume

Career Center representatives will be available to assist students with translating their international experiences into meaningful resume items....

Guided Meditation

Twenty minute session of partially guided meditation. No experience or equipment needed. For tips or instruction, come five minutes early. All students,...

GradTeach Workshop: Facilitating Learning in STEM

As more experienced researchers and scholars, it can be easy to forget when and how important skills like critical thinking, analysis, and reading and...

Grady DC Field Study and Internship Program Information Session

Intern for eight weeks in the nation's capitol this summer and earn 6 hours of upper-level elective credit. Students must be a Grady major, in the Public...

World Languages Showcase

Did you know that UGA offers multiple opportunities to learn a new language? Come and learn about many of the different language programs as well as interact...

ICON & Ecology Dissertation Defense: Jessica Chappell

"Identifying Tradeoffs between Riverine Connectivity and Municipal Water Supply in Puerto Rico," by Jessica Chappell.

Tuesday Tour at 2

Join a spotlight tour of the exhibit galleries of the Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection, the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript...

Language Lab

The American-English Language Labs program (Language Labs) provides current international students at UGA a comfortable and reoccurring space to practice...

Ecology Seminar: Tracy Langkilde

"Imperfect Fixes: Costs of Adaptive Responses of Lizards and Frogs to Invasive Predators and Novel Noise," by Tracy Langkilde, professor and head of biology...

Lecture: Colleen Kraft

"The Status of Ebola Virus Disease in 2019: Challenges and Opportunities for Global Health," Colleen Kraft, MD, associate professor at Emory School of...

Construction Advisory: Rock Removal/Blasting at I-STEM Research Building Construction Site

Rock blasting at the Storm Line 1, just south of Computing Services / Natural History Museum building is ongoing on the following dates and times: 11/19/19 -...

Entrepreneurship Speaker Series: Jeff Hilimire

Jeff Hilimire is an accomplished entrepreneur who has launched multiple successful for-profit and nonprofit organizations, and who has successfully sold two...

Lecture: Candace Doby

Candace Doby has spent a decade researching courage, and she creatively merges that research with her experiences leading marketing teams at Chipotle Mexican...

Pre-Counseling Club Meeting

Join the Pre-Counseling Club for its November meeting. The group will hear from Michael Curtis, a second year doctoral student in the Marriage and Family...

NAMI on Campus Connection Support Group

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for young adults living with mental health conditions. Participants gain insight...

RUF Freshman Fellowship

Come meet other freshmen and engage with RUF's vibrant freshmen ministry. RUF meets every Tuesday night with outdoor games, compelling teaching, and an...

Tuesdays at Tate

Enjoy a time of worship and a short message from BCM.

Tuesday, November 19