Stories about ‘Arts’

Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life

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Wild Music: Sounds & Songs of Life — a remarkable exhibition that celebrates every note of every player in the symphony of life — is on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences from February 1 through September 8, 2013.

Close your eyes and listen to the… melodies that begin each new day - rhythms that fill our cities and countryside sounds that lull us to sleep every night. Experience the sounds and songs of life and investigate the origins of music!

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Native American Prints and Points at Museum of Arts and Sciences

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Dr. David Rozier invested a lifetime acquiring and researching Native American artifacts. The Native American Prints and Points exhibition includes a representative number of objects from his extensive collection.

Central Georgia has been at the crossroads of civilization for centuries. The heritage of Native Americans who have lived here and left behind tangible remains has long fascinated us. Native American Prints and Points, on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences from June 2 through September 2, pays...

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Rolling on the River in Macon

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This week, the Macon Civic Club will be presenting its 52nd annual musical revue, “Rolling on the River,” amid much excitement.

It will be a lot of singing and dancing and comedy, My wife, Anna, and I have been working on the theme for several months and we feel like the (Ocmulgee Heritage Trail) and the things going on downtown have been big improvements in Macon. We wanted to support the...

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Public Art in Macon

- - “Chewy” by John Clement is a public sculpture in Macon’s Ocmulgee Heritage Park. Photo by Katie Clenney

On Thursday, August 23 the Community Foundation of Central Georgia held a public meeting to discuss public art in Macon. The meeting was led by Cesar Trasobares, a public art consultant from Miami, Fla. The goal was to begin the development of a comprehensive plan for...

A comprehensive public art strategy requires a heightened level of engagement within a community, and I’d like to know what you think.

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