September 15, 2011

Advance Notice

Creativity Conversation with Pearl Cleage to look at history, music and literature

Pearl Cleage

As part of the Atlanta Music Festival on Sept. 21-24, Vice President and Secretary of the University Rosemary Magee ’82PhD will host a free Creativity Conversation with acclaimed poet, novelist and playwright Pearl Cleage.

Magee and Cleage will consider the imaginative interplay between various forms of artistic expression within the context of major historical events in Atlanta and across the country.  As in the other Creativity Conversations held over the last four years with influential thinkers, their talk will range widely across poetry, fiction, music and history, including insights on the creative process and the power of the imagination.

The Creativity Conversation with Pearl Cleage: “Notes on History, Music and Literature” takes place Thursday, Sept. 22 at noon in the Jones Room of the Woodruff Library. This event is free and open to the public. Details and more information can be found at

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