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- The High Hires Curator of Folk & Self-Taught Art
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- 2015 Hudgens Prize Finalists Announced
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Traces of the Past
Fifty years ago, Mayor Ivan Allen almost spoiled Atlanta’s self-described reputation as the city ‘Too Busy...
Over the summer, on a building at 145 Auburn Avenue, you might have noticed three figures in the ground-floor...
In his 1893 oil painting, The Banjo Lesson, Henry O. Tanner depicted poor, rural black life...
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Traces of the Past: Segregation at the Fox Theatre
Physical remnants of segregation are rarely discernible today. Separated water fountains have been removed,...
- by Annabella Jean-Laurent - Posted August 20, 2014
Traces of the Past: Grady Memorial Hospital’s Lost Beautification Plan
It seems like Grady Memorial Hospital is always in the news. Among the largest public health systems in...
- by Amber Rhea - Posted January 30, 2014
Traces of the Past: Neighborhood Schools and the Power of Place
The impact of schools on social geography and the built environment .
- by Amber Rhea - Posted October 14, 2013
Traces of the Past: What Once Was Old is New Again—Streetcars in Atlanta
"The latest big thing downtown is the Atlanta Streetcar—except it’s really nothing new at...
- Posted July 31, 2013