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Ongoing

Three Paths
Don Cooper

The exhibit will be on display through August 17, 2014

For artist Don Cooper, art making is like a journey which has taken him on many paths. The three paths in this exhibition are the results of his travels, studies, observations, and experimentations inspired by Asian travel and study from 1995-2010.  The “Lotus, Palm, Flame” path depicts symbols inspired by travel in India and Thailand. “The Vortex and the Cosmic Egg” path explores the power of the spiral. “The Bindu” path elaborates on a small dot that represents the point in time and space where everything begins and ends.

Benefactor Sponsor:  Cox Family Fund: In memory of Willie and Ruth Still Cox, Marilyn Cox Elliott and Suzanne Cox Hartness

 

Joshua Hill

 

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Madison in May Spring Tour of Private Homes & Gardens

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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A celebration of southern history, architecture, and art! Historic Madison, Georgia, renowned as one of Georgia’s largest designated National Register Historic Districts, will celebrate the 2014 spring season in grand style with the region’s most popular tour event!  Experience the living history of Madison while strolling through a collection of architecturally significant private homes, including c.1830 Joshua Hill house above.  Ours is a self-guided tour featuring homes and gardens within walking distance of the Cultural Center as well as some just a short drive away.  

Ticket price through April 17: $20 Member, $25 Non-Member and $15 Student
Ticket price beginning April 18:  $25 Member, $30 Non-Member and $20 Student

Group reservations are available, contact Erin Garrett for more information
egarrett@mmcc-arts.org

12th Annual Chamber Music Festival
Saturday, May 10
Classical Music that Rocks, Free Family Concert

 

3:30 pm Bike Parade, 4:00 pm Concert,
Cultural Center Auditorium

A FREE concert for the young and the young of heart! Come hear the wildly engaging Brooklyn Rider String Quartet. These young men are not your typical group of musicians—they are known for exciting daredevil performances that draw rave reviews from classical, world, and rock critics alike! The afternoon starts with a State Farm bike safety talk and bike parade. Decorate your bikes and compete for “Most Musical” and “Most Madison.” Join us following the concert for an old-fashioned ice cream social on the front lawn.


Sunday, May 11
Brooklyn Rider Mother’s Day Concert

Brooklyn Ryder

 

 

5:00 pm Dinner: Town 220 Restaurant, 6:45 pm Concert

Concert Tickets: $25

A Mother’s Day dinner concert with the Brooklyn String Rider Quartet. These energetic young men have been described as “young rock stars jamming on their guitars, a Beethoven-goes-indie foray into making classical music accessible but also celebrating why it was good in the first place.” — Pittsburg Post-Gazette.

A special $30 buffet dinner offered by Town 220—reservations are required for dinner; please call Town 220 at 706-752-1445.

Emerald Cello Sponsors:  Alla & Charles Campbell and Nancy & Steve Mauro

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