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History of Slavery at UGA: Symposium on Recognition, Reconciliation and Redress

Online: UGA Athens, GA

The website for the inaugural “History of Slavery at the University of Georgia: Symposium on Recognition, Reconciliation, and Redress is now live for a two-day event featuring presentations and performances on the histories of slavery at UGA. Scholars, activists, political representatives, etc. will be participating. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. www.slaveryatuga.org/registration

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History of Slavery at UGA: Symposium on Recognition, Reconciliation and Redress

Online: UGA Athens, GA

The website for the inaugural “History of Slavery at the University of Georgia: Symposium on Recognition, Reconciliation, and Redress is now live for a two-day event featuring presentations and performances on the histories of slavery at UGA. Scholars, activists, political representatives, etc. will be participating. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. www.slaveryatuga.org/registration

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An Education in Georgia: Looking toward the Future

Online: UGA Athens, GA

To wrap up the 60th-anniversary desegregation campus-wide reading event for An Education in Georgia: Charlayne Hunter, Hamilton Holmes, and the Integration of the University of Georgia, Mary Frances Early (music educator, writer and the first African-American student to graduate from UGA) and Phaidra Buchanan (current undergraduate majoring in social studies education and minoring in German, Foundation Fellow, and UGA’s first African-American Rhodes Scholar) will be in conversation with moderator Cynthia Dillard, Mary Frances Early Endowed Professor of Teacher Education, to discuss the past, present, and future of a desegregated UGA. 706-542-9263, www.willson.uga.edu

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The Vitruvian Theory

Online: UGA Athens, GA

UGA’s Department of Theatre and Film Studies presents The Vitruvian Theory, an original piece written by undergraduate student Karli Bryant & directed by Alexis Nichols, a PhD Performance Studies student. This film is a product of COVID-19 and a demonstration of artists’ resilience, filmed on a contactless set entirely via Zoom. 706-542–2836, www.ugatheatre.com/vitruvian

 

 

 

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The Vitruvian Theory

Online: UGA Athens, GA

UGA’s Department of Theatre and Film Studies presents The Vitruvian Theory, an original piece written by undergraduate student Karli Bryant & directed by Alexis Nichols, a PhD Performance Studies student. This film is a product of COVID-19 and a demonstration of artists’ resilience, filmed on a contactless set entirely via Zoom. 706-542–2836, www.ugatheatre.com/vitruvian

 

 

 

Recurring

An Education in Georgia: Looking toward the Future

Online: UGA Athens, GA

To wrap up the 60th-anniversary desegregation campus-wide reading event for An Education in Georgia: Charlayne Hunter, Hamilton Holmes, and the Integration of the University of Georgia, Mary Frances Early (music educator, writer and the first African-American student to graduate from UGA) and Phaidra Buchanan (current undergraduate majoring in social studies education and minoring in German, Foundation Fellow, and UGA’s first African-American Rhodes Scholar) will be in conversation with moderator Cynthia Dillard, Mary Frances Early Endowed Professor of Teacher Education, to discuss the past, present, and future of a desegregated UGA. 706-542-9263, www.willson.uga.edu

Recurring

The Vitruvian Theory

Online: UGA Athens, GA

UGA’s Department of Theatre and Film Studies presents The Vitruvian Theory, an original piece written by undergraduate student Karli Bryant & directed by Alexis Nichols, a PhD Performance Studies student. This film is a product of COVID-19 and a demonstration of artists’ resilience, filmed on a contactless set entirely via Zoom. 706-542–2836, www.ugatheatre.com/vitruvian