Get ready, Atlanta architecture and history buffs. The 2019 Phoenix Flies is on the way. Returning for its 16 th year, Phoenix Flies: A Celebration of Atlanta’s Historic Sites continues to grow and expand, this year adding more than 12 new sites to the mix.
This lecture is presented as part of the exhibition “Stories Without an End: Power, Beauty and Wisdom of Women in African Art of the Mehta Collection” on view through April 21, 2019.
In the following years, Roosevelt tried one new program after another, seeking to bolster the economy, provide a safety net to the most vulnerable, and to create ways to employ people while enhancing the nation. Among the greatest achievements of the latter were the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Works Project Administration, and the Federal Writers Project.
- Malika Whitley ’11 was featured on The Today Show website for her work with ChopArt, the nonprofit she founded to help homeless youth through the arts.
- Playwright Gabriel Dean was featured on New Rep Theatre’s website for his work on the play Heartland.
- Jody Stephenson will soon open an Athens service branch of SitterTree, the company she founded, the Athens Banner-Herald, Atlanta Business Chronicle, and American City Business Journals reported.
- Laura Turner Seydel, chairperson of the Captain Planet Foundation, was included among Atlanta magazine’s 500 Most Powerful Leaders in Religion, Nonprofits, & Advocacy.
- Denitria Barnett is a Jr. Digital Marketing Specialist at InsuranceHub.