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Cultural notes: Welty photos, Paper Museum tour, Holocaust talks

VISUAL ART
Welty photos
Eudora Welty’s storytelling ability was not limited to fiction. The just-opened Atlanta History Center exhibit “Eudora Welty: Exposures and Reflectons” shows the narrative skills of the late Pulitizer Prize-winning author at work in her Works Progress Administration photographs from Mississippi. Through May 8. 404-814-4000, www.atlantahistorycenter.com. HOWARD POUSNER

MUSEUM
Papermaking tour
The Robert C. Williams Paper Museum on Georgia Tech’s campus is offering a new guided group tour, “Paper in Our World,” in which visitors learn about the papermaking process as well as issues such as recycling and global warming. Each guest on the tour, which includes a new permanent exhibit of the same title, makes a sheet of paper from cotton pulp. Ideal for students grades 1-12 and adults. 500 10th St.N.W., Atlanta. To reserve ($5.50-$8.50): 404-894-5726. www.ipst.gatech.edu/amp. HOWARD POUSNER

MUSEUM
Holocaust talks
The Breman Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum continues its Bearing Witness program of talks by Holocaust survivors at 2 p.m. March 13 with George Rishfeld, a survivor from Poland. On April 3, Penina Bowman (Romania) speaks. Free with museum admission: $12, $8 seniors, $6 students/educators. Recommended for 5th graders and above. 1440 Spring St. N.W. On May 1, Eva Baron (Hungary) will be the featured speaker for Holocaust Memorial Day at Greenwood Cemetery, 1175 Cascade Ave. S.W. 678-222-3700, wwwthebreman.org. HOWARD POUSNER

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