Georgia College Music Department Chair Don Parker plays a gong with two mallets during This Moment in Time. The hourlong public event formed the local celebration of Make Music Day. Photo by Michael Gillett Sound of Gong Signals Grief and Anticipation in Wake of Pandemic Year Each year on or around the Summer Solstice, musicians and music lovers around the world come together to fill the year’s longest day with song, from beginning to end....
Wind and Rhythm Grid, from a series of photographs of Cumberland Island by Emily J. Gomez Using Sight and Sound to Explore Georgia's Cumberland Island Located a mile off shore in the Atlantic Ocean, Cumberland Island is the largest of a string of barrier islands protecting Georgia’s 110-mile Coast line. Renowned for...
Political Scientist Veronica Womack talks with farmer James Howard about the multigenerational history of Jibb's Vineyards in Byromville, Ga. | Micheal Gillett Georgia College's Veronica Womack Develops Institute Focused On Rural South This edition of Georgia College Connections shines a light on political scientist Veronica Womack and her research on America’s Black Belt For 20 years, Dr. Veronica...
Outline of a map of the Ukraine filled in with the Blue over Yellow of the Ukrainian flag. Georgia College Connections | U.S. Impeachment Imbroglio Belies Turmoil in the Ukraine The Ukraine is at the center of the impeachment inquiry of U.S. President Donald Trump. But is its place in this domestic political imbroglio indicative of its...