The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute for the Advancement of Southern Art and Culture
The Goldring Woldenberg Institute for the Advancement of Southern Art and Culture is the home for The Ogden Museum of Southern Art's educational programming and outreach.
This includes the Museum's Web site, launching in conjunction with the Grand Opening on Saturday, August 23, 2003. As the ribbon is cut, welcoming the public to view the works on display, the new Web site will broadcast the story of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art to the world.
The Goldring Woldenberg Institute supports the interpretive services of the museum, as well as the films on Benny Andrews and Nene Humphrey, Will Henry Stevens, and artists at work. A four-color publication, The Art of the South: 1890-2003 was produced in conjunction with London-based Scala Publisher, documenting and commemorating the Museum's inaugural exhibition.
The Institute will also be home to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art's celebration of the unique culture of the region, and its rich tradition of food, music and literature.