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1700 US 280 Bypass, Phenix City, AL, US, 36867

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Jr. Beginner Tennis - February
Cooper Creek Tennis CenterFebruary 04, 2015 1:30 PM
4816 Milgen Road
Columbus, GA 31907
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Live Jazz At The Jcsm
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art February 05, 2015
901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832
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Gallery Talk: "The Nature Of All Things, Drawings And Paintings By Victor Koulbak"
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art February 05, 2015 12:00 PM
901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832
Experience The Nature of All Things, Drawings and Paintings by Victor Koulbak during a gallery talk with Alan Salz.   About the speaker   Alan Salz has been the director of Didier Aaron, Inc., in New York since 1982. With branches in Paris, London and New York, Didier Aaron specializes in important Old Master and nineteenth-century paintings and drawings; it also promotes contemporary artists whose styles intersect with the gallerys high-quality inventory recognized around the world. Having graduated from Colgate University in 1975, Alan pursued graduate studies at Harvard University, where he concentrated on French and Italian Baroque painting. Despite his professors hopes for his eventual placement in academia or the museum world, Alan always knew that he wanted to be an art dealer. He held several positions in the European Paintings Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art while an undergraduate and graduate student, including an Andrew Mellon Fellowship, but it was his summer jobs at the Wildenstein Gallery when he was in high school and college that truly confirmed his future.   The art world has changed dramatically during the decades that Alan has been associated with the firm. Didier Aaron has sold works by artists such as Titian, David, and Fragonard to institutions such as the Getty, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but that caliber of art is nearly impossible to find today. Indeed, exhibition catalogues written in the early 1980s make clear that the supply of major Old Masters is steadily drying up. On those rare occasions when such works do become available, their extraordinary prices make them virtually impossible for a gallery to acquire for resale. Concurrent with this change in available stock has been a shift in the taste of collectors: most of them pursue contemporary art, an interest fueled in part by an abundant supply, rather than seek out older paintings, furniture, or objets dart. The gallery eagerly awaits its next Koulbak exhibition, to open in October 2015.
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Gallery Talk: "The Nature Of All Things, Drawings And Paintings By Victor Koulbak"
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art February 05, 2015 5:00 PM
901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832
Experience The Nature of All Things, Drawings and Paintings by Victor Koulbak during a gallery talk with Alan Salz.   About the speaker   Alan Salz has been the director of Didier Aaron, Inc., in New York since 1982. With branches in Paris, London and New York, Didier Aaron specializes in important Old Master and nineteenth-century paintings and drawings; it also promotes contemporary artists whose styles intersect with the gallerys high-quality inventory recognized around the world. Having graduated from Colgate University in 1975, Alan pursued graduate studies at Harvard University, where he concentrated on French and Italian Baroque painting. Despite his professors hopes for his eventual placement in academia or the museum world, Alan always knew that he wanted to be an art dealer. He held several positions in the European Paintings Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art while an undergraduate and graduate student, including an Andrew Mellon Fellowship, but it was his summer jobs at the Wildenstein Gallery when he was in high school and college that truly confirmed his future.   The art world has changed dramatically during the decades that Alan has been associated with the firm. Didier Aaron has sold works by artists such as Titian, David, and Fragonard to institutions such as the Getty, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but that caliber of art is nearly impossible to find today. Indeed, exhibition catalogues written in the early 1980s make clear that the supply of major Old Masters is steadily drying up. On those rare occasions when such works do become available, their extraordinary prices make them virtually impossible for a gallery to acquire for resale. Concurrent with this change in available stock has been a shift in the taste of collectors: most of them pursue contemporary art, an interest fueled in part by an abundant supply, rather than seek out older paintings, furniture, or objets dart. The gallery eagerly awaits its next Koulbak exhibition, to open in October 2015.
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Earphunk
Bourbon Street BarFebruary 05, 2015 9:30 PM
103 North College Street
Auburn, AL 36830
Earphunk is a jam band from New Orleans that is known for its high-energy funk sound. Founded in 2008, the band has built a fan base around the US through constant touring and sets at festivals such as Bear Creek Music Festival, The Purple hatters Ball and Wakarusa Music Festival. Earphunk began with late night jam sessions of long-time friends vocalist/guitarist Mark Hempe, bassist Micahel Comeaux, guitarist Paul Provosty and drummer Michael Matthews, and continues on in the same, but slightly more polished, spirit. The band released its debut album Comin' Up, in 2011.
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Mrg 2015 G/a Season Pass
Front Porch Of The SouthFebruary 07, 2015 7:00 PM
7607 Veterans Parkway
Columbus, GA 31909
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