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Edward Dufner (1872-1957) Pink Lady,
oil on canvas, 1911
 

Ongoing thru January 5, 2014

“Masterworks on the Move”

The exhibit will be on display through January 5, 2014

A Traveling Exhibition of American Paintings from Wesleyan College

Contents of the exhibit include 35 paintings from the Wesleyan College Helena Ogden Eastman Campbell Collection of American Art.

The core of the collection was donated to Wesleyan College during the 1930s through 1950s by distinguished painter and Wesleyan alumna, Helena Eastman Ogden Campbell, and by friends in her New York and European artistic milieu; the collection remains a testament to her commitment to painting and collecting and her leadership in the New York arts community

As an exhibition, the paintings offer a window into the styles and techniques taught at some of the most prestigious studios of New York City and Europe during the early 1900s.

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

 

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Harvest” – Southern Circuit Independent Film
about the wine making process in Sonoma.

7:00 PM Screening followed by a Wine & Cheese Pairing, MMCC Auditorium

Film Tickets: $5 Member, $7 Non-Members and $5 Student

Film & Pairing Tickets: $20 Member, $22 Non-Member, and $15 Season Ticket Holder

Filmed on location in Sonoma County, director John Beck’s documentary “Harvest” follows five family wineries and a rare all-female picking crew from Mexico through what many would call “the toughest harvest” in their lifetime.   If you love wine and want to know how the grapes are harvested, you’ll want to see this film!

Director John Beck will participate in a Q&A following the film.  For more information, visit the films website: http://www.harvestmovie.com/

After the screening, it’s time to enjoy the hard work behind each bottle of wine with a Wine & Cheese Pairing! 

A variety of red, white, rosé, and bubbly from family-owned wineries in Sonoma county paired with local cheese from Greendale Farm.

Hosted by certified specialist of wine Emily Garrison, Shiraz Fine Wines & Gourmet (Athens, GA) and Greendale Farm (Madison, GA).

Reservations recommended, though not required. Contact Rebecca Bonas, 706-342-4743 ext. 23 or rbonas@mmcc-arts.org

A program of SouthArts.  Southern Circuit screenings are funded in part by a grant from SouthArts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and local partner organizations.  Special support for Southern Circuit was provided by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
OLLI  

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University of Georgia OLLI
(Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) Lecture Series:

"The Amorphous Lincoln" by Steve Schaefer

2:30-3:45 PM
Cultural Center Hall on Foster Street

     

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