Gsu Paw Pass Night

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Gsu Paw Pass Night
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Gsu Paw Pass Night says
The Woodruff Arts Center is hosting a Georgia State PAW Pass Night!

The doors will open at 5 PM, and the following free events and performances will be available to Georgia State University students. Students should stop by the reception to check in using their valid student ID. Students are encouraged to grab a snack, pick up tickets to the event of their choice and enjoy their evening wherever it may take them across The Woodruff.

Georgia State and The Woodruff Arts Center have partnered to create Panthers at Woodruff Arts Center (PAW), offering students an all access $25 Season Pass. The pass may be used to reserve tickets to performances of the Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as well as admission to the High Museum of Art and its programs. This free event on February 10 will give students an opportunity to experience all of the benefits of the PAW Pass! (Restrictions apply, check out for details.)

Alliance Theatre
"Too Heavy for Your Pocket" 8 PM

"Troubadour" 8 PM

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Casual Fridays: Pianist Juho Pohjonen Performs Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 6:30 PM

High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Timed Exhibitions:
"Arbus, Avedon, and Winogrand: Photographs from the Collection"

"A Conspiracy of Icons: The Art of Donald Locke"

"I See a Story: The Art of Eric Carle"

"Tiovivo: Whimsical Sculptures by Jaime Hayon"

Ongoing Exhibitions:
"Molly Hatch: Physic Garden"

"African Art: Building the Collection"

"Howard Finster: Paradise Garden"

Special Exhibitions:
"Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr."

"Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950" (with an exclusive preview opportunity)
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By: The Woodruff Arts Center