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Artrain USA will be visiting the Southeastern Railway Museum

February 13, 2007
For Immediate Release  (Duluth, Ga.).

All Onboard Artrain USA!

Artrain USA, America's Hometown Art Museum is coming to Duluth, Ga. Gwinnett Council for the Arts is presenting Artrain USA, the nation's only traveling art museum on a train and its nationally-touring art exhibition, Native Views: Influences of Modern Culture

The public can tour Artrain USA at the Southeastern Railway Museum on Saturday & Sunday March 17 & 18 from 10am - 5pm. Admission is free; donations are encouraged. 

Free weekday Educational Tours for students and seniors are available by Reservation Only. For more information, or to schedule an Educational Tour, please call Alicia Brooke at (770) 623-6002.

Artrain USA offers an entertaining, educational and informative experience for visitors of all ages. While onboard vintage rail cars, visitors can tour the three art galleries, watch artists at work and purchase original works of art or souvenirs from the museum gift shop. Kids of all ages can participate in an exhibition "Scavenger Hunt." 

For more information on the Artrain, the exhibit Native Views or to download the Education Packet go to

For general information regarding Artrain USA's visit to Duluth, Ga. contact Cheryl Hardt at (770) 476-2013, or

Artrain USA is being presented by The Gwinnett Council for the Arts and hosted by the Southeastern Railway Museum. Local support provided by Gwinnett Convention & Visitors Bureau and Gwinnett Community Bank. Railroad transportation for Artrain USA is provided by Norfolk Southern Corporation. 

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