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An evening with the Sataraš Quartet and Sister Sai

Colin Bragg (Woodruff course reserves coordinator) and Saira Raza (Goizueta business librarian) are both playing at the Red Light Cafe this Monday (July 29) starting at 8:00 pm. According to the poster for the event, “Like the traditional Southeastern Europe vegetable stew, Sataraš Quartet‘s music is made of many ingredients: odd time-signature Balkan tunes, otherworldly […]

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Raza opens new art exhibit

I’d like to invite you to my upcoming group exhibition opening, Controlled Burn, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Thursday, June 27 from 6:30-8:30 pm. This show is the culmination of my year as one of WonderRoot’s Hughley Artist Fellows, during which my cohort and I attended monthly artist development sessions and received […]

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Garrabrant wins story-telling competition

Karen Garrabrant (senior library assistant) recently won a Write Club contest for a piece about her mother’s death called “Forward.” Write Club is a monthly, head-to-head, story-telling competition that takes place in the Highland Ballroom every second Wednesday of the month. These contests are held in cities all over the US. It was her first victory in […]

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Alloy release party spotlights student expression and engagement

On April 19, around fifty students gathered in the Computing Center at Cox Hall for the Alloy Release Party. Alloy is a student-run literary publication featuring poetry, prose, artwork, and photography. Students’ voices echoed through the back gallery as they shared new pieces from the issue. Half a dozen students even stepped up for an […]

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Class stages dance mob by Woodruff Library

Photo of a modern dance performance

If you happened to be walking by the Woodruff Library or Cox Hall on April 22, you might have caught a glimpse of art…in motion. Emory’s Contemporary Modern Dance III class staged a “dance mob” for passersby in which the class literally danced its way from the Goizueta Business School to the Quad. The dancers […]

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Atlanta Symphony invites Emory staff to show their artistic talents

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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is hosting the world premiere of Christopher Theofanidis’s Creation/Creator on Thursday, April 23 and Saturday, April 25. These performances are part of The Creation Stories Project, a collaboration between Emory, the ASO, and the Georgia Humanities Council. In order to fully explore the theme of “creation” and create an immersive experience for the audiences […]

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