Author Series: The Art and Life of Atlanta Artist Wilbur G. Kurtz

The Georgia State University Emeriti Association is hosting a book talk by Dr. David O’Connell, Professor Emeritus of French, on his book The Art and Life of Atlanta Artist Wilbur G. Kurtz Thursday May 22nd, 11am to 12:30 pm, Library South 8th floor. Wilbur Kutz was selected by Margaret Mitchell as technical advisor and artistic director for Gone with the Wind and you may see his works at The Marietta Cobb Museum of Art exhibit through July 3rd, 2014.  Join author David O’Connell as he talks about the life and works of one of Georgia’s important artist-historians. This program is open to students, staff, faculty, and interested alumni, but please RSVP by Monday May 19th, 2014 to emeriti@gsu.edu or 404-413-3409.

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I am the subject librarian at Georgia State University for language and literature in the departments Applied Linguistics and English as a Second Language, English, and Modern and Classical Languages.
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One Response to Author Series: The Art and Life of Atlanta Artist Wilbur G. Kurtz

  1. This is very interesting and I hope to be able to make it. I’m on the board of Historic Sylvester Cemetery, where the 19th Century mill owner Thomas Terry is buried. Kurtz wrote an account of Terry’s 1862 murder in a local history publication. It’s one of the best sources of information on that incident.

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