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Art at Lunch: Anila Quayyum Agha | The Morris Museum

Date: October 22, 2021 | Time: 12pm – 2:30pm

Meet Augusta University’s newest William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, Anila Agha. Her immersive, light-filled, lantern-like installations have been exhibited internationally to much acclaim, including being awarded both the Public Vote Grand Prize and Jurors’ Grand Prize at the 2014 ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Catered lunch included.
Members, $15; nonmembers, $25.
Paid registration due by October 20.

Get more information here!

Art Now Artist Talk: Suzanne Jackson | The Morris Museum

Date: October 14, 2021 | Time: 6pm – 7:30pm | Virtual via Zoom

Join us for an artist talk with American visual artist, gallery owner, poet, dancer, and set designer Suzanne Jackson. With a career spanning five decades, her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, including the Studio Museum in Harlem and the California African American Museum in Los Angeles.

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Art at Lunch: Anila Quayyum Agha | The Morris Museum

Date: October 8, 2021 | Time: 12pm – 2:30pm

Meet Augusta University’s newest William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, Anila Agha. Her immersive, light-filled, lantern-like installations have been exhibited internationally to much acclaim, including being awarded both the Public Vote Grand Prize and Jurors’ Grand Prize at the 2014 ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Catered lunch included.
Members, $15; nonmembers, $25.
Paid registration due by October 1.

Get more information here!

Virtual Art Now Artist Talk: Geoff Winningham | The Morris Museum

Date: September 2, 2021 | Time: 7pm – 8:30pm | Virtual Event via Zoom

Join us for a virtual artist talk with photographer, journalist, filmmaker, and professor Geoff Winningham. A Tennessee native known for his photographs and documentary films focusing on Texas and Mexican culture, his career spans more than fifty years.

Zoom Meeting ID: 899 4594 6028 / Passcode: 179380. 

Funded by the Marks Family Foundation.