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Up Close and Personal Tour
May 23 2017 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Up Close and Personal Tour

Register now for up close and personal tours of our newest exhibition ATLANTA COLLECTS: CONTEMPORARY, Art Treasures from Atlanta's Private Collectors. Learn about the artists and the collectors who made the exhibition possible.

The Up Close and Personal Tours  will be every Tuesday, starting on March 21st at 11am. Limited to 12 people per tour. Free with admission. RSVP REQUIRED (we cannot guarantee a tour unless we have a minimum of 5 people pre-registered for it. Thank you for your understanding.)

To RSVP or for more information call 678.222.3700.

About the exhibition:
ATLANTA COLLECTS: Contemporary features exquisite works that normally reside in private Metro Atlanta homes, and are rarely seen by the public. Experience original ceramics, beautiful blown glass, and notable painted works that capture the excitement and diversity of contemporary art. Included are works by Richard Jolley, Sandy Skoglund, Radcliffe Bailey, and many more. Curators, philanthropists, and art patrons will enjoy this extraordinary, world-class collection… Make a point to do the same!

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