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Rita Sims Quillen, musician Ryan Bernard, and Ivy Sheppard, musician and manager of WEHC-FM, making music in the Black Box Theatre.

E&H and William King Museum Establish Agreement

Emory & Henry Art Department and William King Museum of Art entered into a formal partnership in October. “This unique partnership will connect our students with a professional and nationally accredited museum,” said Charles Goolsby, chair of Visual & Performing Arts Division and professor of Art. “The students, museum professionals and professional artists in the Artlab have opportunities to directly interact with each other, giving the E&H students at the very earliest points in their creative development, tangible ways to prepare for a variety of careers including digital design, museum education, curation, and exhibition design.”

Posted September 01, 2021

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