Flannery O'Connor at Georgia College and State University

Upcoming Events!

Interpretive Center Ribbon Cutting March 24th

Interpretive Center Opening Ceremony March 24th 

10AM Official Ribbon Cutting ceremony at the new Andalusia Interpretive Center building Live Stream Hosted on our Facebook 

Free tours from 11AM-4PM at the top of the hour, beginning at the Interpretive Center and ending at the main house

We look forward to memorializing this historic event for the Andalusia Museum with all our guests!

Flannery O'Connor's Birthday March 25th

Celebrate Flannery O'Connor's 98th Birthday!

Andalusia will be open 1-4PM for Flannery O'Connor's Birthday Celebration with free tours offered at the top of the hour, beginning at the new Interpretive Center and ending at the main house

1PM Amy Alznauer will be signing and discussing her book, The Strange Birds of Flannery O'Connor

2PM Join us in singing Happy Birthday and the cutting of the cake Live Stream Hosted on our Facebook Page

6PM Dr. Monica Miller will give a lecture on her book Dear Regina: Flannery O'Connor's Letters from Iowa as well as signing books at the new Interpretive Center

O'Connor and the College

Flannery O'Connor is one of Georgia College & State University's most famed alumni. Known for her southern gothic fiction writings, O'Connor grew up, attended the Georgia State College for Women (now GCSU), and completed the bulk of her literary career in Milledgeville. Georgia College & State University is proud to have cared for (through the university's Special Collections) and interpreted (through the Department of Museums) the growing collections from Flannery O'Connor's life since 1970. The Department of Museums, Ina Dillard Russell Library, and The Department of English work within the University to foster inspiration, scholarship, and engagement with O'Connor's literature and legacy.