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GSU Welch School of Art – MFA Open House 10/12/18. Photos by Kelly Jordan

GSU Welch School of Art - MFA Open House 10/12/18. Photo by Kelly Jordan

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Kelly Jordan

Kelly Jordan, who has lived in Atlanta since 1968, attended Emory University before he and partners revitalized Little Five Points into one of Atlanta's most eclectic retail districts. In recent years, Kelly has been leading the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance, and he has been active with a host of environmental organizations. Decades ago, Kelly wrote architectural criticism for a weekly Atlanta newspaper, and his interest in natural and built environments is readily apparent in the photos he has been taking for SaportaReport.


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  2. Bill May 21, 2019 6:20 am

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