The students and Drs. Stephen and Elissa Auerbach will spend time in the Netherlands and Paris, France touring museums, historical sites, churches and more.
Art therapy graduate student Kelly Self created "Artsy Bobcat," which will be available in T-shirts, prints and coffee mugs at the university’s bookstore by the week of Homecoming.
Senior Samantha Scoggins is set to graduate in December with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in museum studies and a nonprofit management certificate, and she is already on the road to career success.
The first art exhibition held in the newly renovated and reopened Ennis Hall, titled “1937 to 2014,” brings together generations of Georgia College alumni artists.
Ennis Hall has undergone a 2 ½ year transformation from the remnants of a 1920s women’s dormitory to a highly interactive, useable space that will be the home to the Georgia College Department of Art.
At the exhibition, graduate students Rebecca Milby will present a field guide of her great-grandfather developed into a handmade book she created during the course.