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Group gives families portraits of fallen Marines
Winder AMVETS Post 12 came together over Armed Forces Day weekend to honor two Georgia Marines who were killed in Afghanistan over the past year by giving their families handpainted portraits of each of the men.
Landscapes and comic art mingle at Athens Academy
Athens Academy's Myers and Bertelsmann Art Galleries is hosting an exhibit of artwork ranging from impressionistic landscapes to comic drawings.
Painting yanked from exhibit after protest
Gainesville State College's president ordered an instructor's painting removed from a faculty art exhibition after a poster on a Southern heritage website encouraged people to protest the large painting.
Exhibit celebrates land and landscapes
The fifth annual "Spirit of the Land" gala set for this Saturday evening at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia continues what thus far has been a memorable six months for the Athens Land Trust.
Yarbrough: Public arts funding is a good investment
Up until the final days of the 2010 legislative session, Georgia was about to become the only state in the union without an arts council. The Georgia House had dropped nearly all funding for the arts, and it wasn't coming back until the state Senate, under the leadership of Appropriations Committee Chairman Jack Hill, R-Reidsville, stepped in and restored $860,000 for the Georgia Council for the Arts. That money will allow the state agency to qualify for federal and state matching arts grants.
Editorial: Eliminating arts council would be a mistake
It's understandable - to some degree - that state lawmakers trying to fashion a budget in fiscally challenging times would see an outlay of hundreds of thousands of dollars for the arts as a real target of opportunity, particularly as time grows short for adopting a budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which starts July 1.
Venezuelan artist's vibrant portraits evoke the tropics
Stanley Bermudez still pictures how art lived and breathed in his boyhood home.