Richard B. Russell Special Collections Libraries

Street Address: 300 S. Hull Street Athens, GA 30602

Phone: 706.542.7123

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Gallery Tour

Join one of our newly trained student docents for a public tour! This free tour begins in the second-floor rotunda and covers all three galleries, including Hargrett Library's St. Catherine's Island exhibit. Free parking for off campus visitors is available in the Hull Street Deck. 

Gallery Tour

Join one of our newly trained student docents for a public tour! This free tour begins in the second-floor rotunda and covers all three galleries, including Hargrett Library's St. Catherine's Island exhibit. Free parking for off campus visitors is available in the Hull Street Deck. 

Gallery Tour

Join one of our newly trained student docents for a public tour! This free tour begins in the second-floor rotunda and covers all three galleries, including Hargrett Library's St. Catherine's Island exhibit. Free parking for off campus visitors is available in the Hull Street Deck. 

Exhibit Tour, Legacy: Vince Dooley, 1932-2022

Kick-off your football weekends with a tour of this exhibit featuring original artifacts and rarely seen photographs that explore the life and career of legendary UGA coach Vince Dooley. Join curator Jason Hasty at 3:00 p.m. in the second floor rotunda of the Special Collections Building. This tour is free to the public with no prior registration required. For more information call 706-542-6179 or email hasty@uga.edu.

Exhibit Tour, Legacy: Vince Dooley, 1932-2022

Kick-off your football weekends with a tour of this exhibit featuring original artifacts and rarely seen photographs that explore the life and career of legendary UGA coach Vince Dooley. Join curator Jason Hasty at 3:00 p.m. in the second floor rotunda of the Special Collections Building. This tour is free to the public with no prior registration required. For more information call 706-542-6179 or email hasty@uga.edu.

Free Outdoor Screening: "The Killer Shrews"

Something wicked has been awakened at the Special Collections Building, set loose from the Brown Media Archives for those brave enough to watch. Dr. Speculo is broadcasting through time and space to bring us the most spine-chilling B-movie from 1959: The Killer Shrews!

Join us on the dead center of the Special Collections front lawn as we recreate the late-night horror hosts of midnights' past. Popcorn is free, picnic blankets and lawn chairs are encouraged; doors open at 6:30PM!