The Center for Asian Studies will serve as the local host for the 1st Atlanta Korean Film Festival 2012, which begins in Athens on Oct. 6.
On Monday Oct. 8, the center will host a discussion with director Kang Je Kyu and actor Park Joong Hoon. The event begins at 6:30 pm in MLC 101. Free and open to the public.
Next week brings another very interesting discussion to campus when Willson Center lecturer Donald Hedges presents a review of years of musician-centered neurological studies:
Former dean of the Franklin College Wiliam Jackson "Jack" Payne founded the Franklin College Chamber Music Series in 1978 as a way to acknowledge music lovers and patrons of the cultural life of both the university and and the community. The concert annual concert honoring former dean Payne continues this year with the Kopelman Quartet on Oct. 7:
And speaking of writers, English professor Ron Miller has two new books out this fall:
The Georgia Writers Hall of Fame was established in 2000 as part of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library to honor Georgia writers and in doing so, introduce the public to the Hargett's rich collection of materials from Georgia's literary and cultural history.