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January 18, 2006

Albany -- The Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries conference is being held here. Albany Museum of Art Director Aaron Berger says the conference is an opportunity to showcase Albany's cultural centers.

"Three years from now, with the SPLOST money that's been given to all of these cultural institutions, these people will be able to come back and see the art museum downtown, they'll see the expansion of Civil Rights, the expansion of Thronateeska," said Berger. "So this is just the perfect time to see everything and be a part of it."

The conference runs through Friday. Tonight the group will visit the Parks at Chehaw.

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