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Archive for February, 2013

American Girl Fashion Show

By • Feb 26th, 2013 • Category: Calendar, Past Events

Styles of Yesterday & Today The American Girl Fashion Show® is a fun-filled event for girls and their families, friends, and favorite dolls. Celebrate the experience of being a girl, whether yesterday or today, through a colorful presentation of historical and contemporary fashions. Enjoy elegant refreshments, enter to win door prizes, and learn how clothing […]

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George Rodrigue Print

By • Feb 15th, 2013 • Category: Calendar, Past Events

You Can’t Drown the Blues by George Rodrigue could be yours soon. Come by the Carnegie and get you tickets for only $1 each. The drawing will be held at Fri.@ 5 on March 15th. Proceeds benefit the Carnegie Visual Arts Center.

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Exhibit Keynote Speaker

By • Feb 15th, 2013 • Category: Calendar, Past Events

Dr. Dan T. Carter will deliver the keynote address, Scottsboro, A Tragedy of the American South,  at the First Baptist Church’s chapel next to the Carnegie Visual Arts Center. Dr. Carter is the Education Foundation Professor at the University of South Carolina and a recipient of the Lillian Smith Award. This event is part of […]

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Bag Ladies Brunch

By • Feb 15th, 2013 • Category: Calendar, Past Events

Tickets on sale now! Featuring a delicious brunch and a silent auction of designer purses and “bags” of all kinds.

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Next Fri.@ 5 – March 15th

By • Feb 7th, 2013 • Category: Past Events

Come visit with your Carnegie friends and enjoy appetizers and complimentary beverages. See the thought provoking exhibit, The “Scottsboro Boys”: Outside the Circle of Humanity.  This Fri.@ 5 is sponsored by Morgan County Bar Association and catering is courtesy of Albany Bistro. Fri.@ 5 is a monthly member event and welcomes guests. Suggested donation is […]

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Lunch and Learn

By • Feb 7th, 2013 • Category: Calendar

Southern Literary Trail State Director Carol Puckett and Morgan County Archivist John Allison will talk about the “Scottsboro Boys” history, multiple trials, and the photographer, Fred Hiroshige at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center. Lunch & Learn is free to the public but reservations are encourage because of limited seating. Attendees are to bring their own […]

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The “Scottsboro Boys”: Outside the Circle of Humanity

By • Feb 7th, 2013 • Category: Calendar, Current Exhibit

Like thousands of people did during the Depression, Haywood Patterson and nine other black youths hopped a train in Chattanooga, Tennessee, headed to Memphis to look for work. Shortly after crossing into Alabama, a fight broke out between white and black travelers. The train was stopped and the boys were accused of raping two white […]

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