A unique combination of a sampling of local restaurants and a rowing competition will comprise this year's Taste of Gainesville and Lanier Night Sprints, set for Saturday at the Lake Lanier Olympic venue in Gainesville.
Watercolor painter Carol Skapinetz of Cumming is breaking all the rules. Skapinetz, who will be exhibiting her work this weekend at the Atlanta Arts Festival, focuses on natural garden landscapes when she creates her unique watercolor works, which the average viewer might mistake for oil paintings. "I treat my watercolor like an oil," Skapinetz said. "Basically, I use pure paint - very little water - and I use a dry brush technique. I use sponging and almost ...
The former Georgia Heritage Center for the Arts in Tallulah Falls, a nonprofit arts organization that housed a gallery and area for artist demonstration, is undergoing some changes.
An exhibit on view now through August 2011 at the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia in Sautee focuses on Arie Meaders, the mother of famed folk potter Lanier Meaders.
Someday soon, somebody's gonna rock with the pieces of a rock and roll icon: Athens' Georgia Theatre.
Mid Life Crisis will perform to help children in crisis at a benefit concert for Eagle Ranch, this Saturday at Marina Bay on Lake Lanier.
The 17th Folk Fest, the art festival in Norcross that gives a stage to hundreds of self-taught and folk artists from the Southeast, is scheduled this weekend at the North Atlanta Trade Center.
They'll have the blues this Saturday in Dahlonega.
Painter Marianne Scott began her series of World Friendship Silhouette portraits with a celebration of diversity in mind.
ATLANTA—Salvador Dali was a weirdo. That much is clear.
If you've ever looked a jug in the face, you know a little bit about folk pottery.
The Southern Fired Art Festival will fill the streets of Flowery Branch this weekend, with almost 40 artists exhibiting their wares, live music and activities for kids.
Pull up a seat at The Crimson Moon Café on any Thursday night and you will hear the voices of Tom and Juli Theobald.
We all have stories to tell.
Singer Mary Jennings moved to Gainesville when she was 8. She was born in Nashville, Tenn., which was perhaps a hint of what was to come, and now she makes her home in New York City's Washington Heights.