Noon Arts: Live at the Lee begins tomorrow

Discover the artistic talents of fellow students, staff and faculty when Noon Arts: Live at the Lee begins the season with a concert on Wednesday, Nov. 8. A tradition since 2001, The Augusta University Arts Council welcomes students, faculty, staff and friends from the university and health system.

Dr. Kevin Frazier, vice dean and professor at The Dental College of Georgia, will represent both the Arts Council and the dental college as the master of ceremonies. The free concert series showcases performers who play instruments, recite poetry, dance, sing and more. In this fall show, scheduled performers include:


The Dental College of Georgia is providing food and drinks, in limited quantities. Attendees can also enter a drawing for tickets, provided by the Maxwell Theatre, to the Cirque Mechanics: Pedal Punk show on Nov. 20.

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