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Visiting the Morris Museum of Art

Founded in 1985 by publishing magnate William S. Morris III in memory of parents, the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Georgia opened in September 1992. It was the first museum in the country devoted to art and artists of American South. It features over 5,000 works in the permanent collection including paintings, sculptures, photos, drawings, and prints […]

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Weekend Guide to Augusta

The city set on the Savannah River is known mainly for being the hometown of James Brown and ground zero for the Masters golf tournament every spring, but there’s much more to Augusta than meets the eye. Established in 1735, it’s one of Georgia’s older cities and was even the capital for a time. Today […]

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