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    Sophie Scholl Mural Project

    What does my death matter, if by our acts thousands are warned and alerted? Sophie Scholl The Patch Works is honored to be participating in a Cabbagetown-based mural project that…

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    Harmonic Connections: The Patch Works and WERD Radio Station

    On August 20th, please join us at The Patch Works for the first evening of a unique and collaborative two-part event: Todd Mack and Music in Common are bringing together…

  • Pecha Kucha ATL Presentation

    On December 9, Pecha Kucha Atlanta held a really cool event called “Atlanta: Past, Present and Future.” Along with several other presenters, The Patch Works was selected to give one…

  • The Patch Works Humanities Lecture Series: Lessons of Cabbagetown, Past and Present

    On Sunday, November 18th, join us as Rebecca Page, Ashley Cheyemi McNeil, and Brennan Collins from GSU’s Student Innovation Fellowship program speak about their mapping collaboration with The Patch Works on ATLmaps.org.…

  • Georgia Humanities Lecture Series

    We just had our second lecture sponsored by Georgia Humanities. Dr. Erich Nunn (Auburn University) and Dr. Regina Bradley (Kennesaw State University) spoke about how Cabbagetown’s musical roots relate to the…

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