Events

Tuesday, February 6

Exhibit: Wrestling Temptation: The Quest to Control Alcohol in Georgia

Wrestling Temptation: The Quest to Control Alcohol in Georgia traces the struggle that state leaders have faced in regulating the production, transportation...

Exhibition: Artful Instruments: Georgia Gunsmiths and Their Craft

This exhibition gathers a range of early Georgia firearms and related accessories from both private collections and other museums. For example, it includes a...

Exhibition: Clinton Hill

This exhibition, organized by the museum's director, William U. Eiland, presents the works of Clinton Hill, a multitalented artist who was a Renaissance man...

Exhibition: Crafting History: Textiles, Metals and Ceramics at the University of Georgia

Since the late 1920s, the University of Georgia has offered instruction in ceramics, textiles and jewelry/metalwork. Through the individual visions, careers...

Exhibition: Opera in Print: Fin-de-Siècle Posters from the Blum Collection

Opera is considered by many to be the ultimate combination of all art forms: a symphony orchestra in the pit, multiple solo singers and a full choir on...

Figure Settings: Sculpture by Jean Wilkins Westmacott

Sculpture by Jean Wilkins Westmacott will be featured in the exhibit, Figure Settings, in the Circle Gallery at the College of Environment and Design from...

FACS 100 Centennial Exhibit

Open Doors: 100 Years of Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA Make plans now to visit the exhibit “Open Doors: 100 Years of Family and Consumer Sciences at...

Georgia 4-H Advisory Committee Meeting

Georgia 4-H Advisory Committee is an organization that supports, sustains, and guides the Georgia 4-H program.

Toddler Tuesday: Crafting History

Join us for a special tour, story time in the galleries and art activities just for little ones. This free, 40-minute program is designed for families with...

Student Success Workshop: Note-taking 1.0

The majority of what students learn at UGA will come through listening. This presentation will help students make a conscious effort to listen and learn from...

Tuesday Tour at Two

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

Ecology Seminar

"Why are organisms (and their offspring) phenotypically plastic to environmental change?," Matthew Walsh, assistant professor in the department of biology at...

Student Success Workshop: Effective Writing in College

This workshop reviews some essentials of good sentence construction and strategies for analysis. Students will learn the difference between summary of...

World Language Education Information Session

This information session will discuss the major that certifies students to teach Spanish, French, German or Latin and ways to earn dual degrees in any of...

Class: American Sign Language Levels 1 – 4

Learning ASL can open doors to new employment opportunities or help participants communicate effectively with family, friends and coworkers who are deaf or...

Class: Night Photography

Get more enjoyment from photography! This course builds on photography skills so that paricipants learn how to create eyebrow-raising images of all types of...

Garden Travels: Working with Endangered Species in Hawaii

Conservation horticulturist Heather Alley recently had the opportunity to work at the National Tropical Botanical Garden on the island of Kauai. Alley will...

Hugh Hodgson Faculty Series: Damon Denton

Damon Denton, resident accompanist, will perform the first Hugh Hodgson Faculty Series recital of 2018. Denton has performed with members of the New York,...

Tuesday, February 6