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Painter, photographer, and author Judith McWillie is WUGA's featured Artist in Residence for June. This is event is now SOLD OUT.  Professor emerita of drawing and painting at the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art, McWillie has exhibited her work in the United States, Japan, Italy and Sweden. More recently, in 2016, she produced a two-hour collaborative event, Beloved Land, at Smithonia Plantation House in Oglethorpe County in collaboration with Knowa and Mokah Johnson, musician Peter Sloan, and poet Steven Scurry to honor the Native People and convict laborers buried there.

This week on Sound of Athens, David Barbe and his Music Business students from UGA's Terry College of Business, present Perpetual Groove captured live at The Georgia Theatre.

This week on Sound of Athens, host David Barbe and his Music Business students from UGA's Terry College, present The Growlers, captured live at The 40 Watt Club.

Do you know your credit score? More importantly do you truly understand the concept of credit?

In this episode hosts Matt Goren and Michael Thomas of UGA's College of Family and Consumer Sciences take a shot at simplifying an often complicated issue, and even manage to have some fun with it! Take a listen to find out more.

Painter, photographer, and author Judith McWillie is the station's featured Artist in Residence for June. Professor emerita of drawing and painting at the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art, McWillie has exhibited her work in the United States, Japan, Italy and Sweden. More recently, in 2016, she produced a two-hour collaborative event, Beloved Land, at Smithonia Plantation House in Oglethorpe County in collaboration with Knowa and Mokah Johnson, musician Peter Sloan, and poet Steven Scurry to honor the Native People and convict laborers buried there.

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