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    Museum Of Design Atlanta Celebrates The Future Of Southern Design

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    The LEED certified building where MODA resides

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    Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) - MODA was formerly known as the Atlanta International Museum of Art & Design. In 2003, the MODA Board of Directors, staff, and community advisers made the decision to redefine the museum’s mission and direction and the Museum of Design Atlanta was born. MODA advances the understanding and appreciation of design as the convergence of creativity and functionality through exhibitions, education, and programming for visitors of all ages.

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