It isn't often that students get a chance to critique their teachers' work, but that's what's happening at Gainesville State College.
The first of eight Sautee Nacoochee Center art shows debuts Friday, highlighting not paintings, photography or sculptures but wearable art.
The Bob Owens Art Gallery at North Georgia College and State University is taking a fresh look at a very old tradition: textile design.
Colored pencils are Debra Yaun's tool of choice - she's even the president of the Atlanta chapter of the Colored Pencil Society of America - but many of her works evoke paintings or even photographs.
This weekend, the Spartan Players of West Hall High School will perform "Seussical," a musical based on the books of Theodor S. Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
Frank Loesser left a legacy adored by many, a legacy that will be honored Sunday through Sautee Supper Club's "Heart and Soul Revue: The Music of Frank Loesser."
The Deacon Brandon Reeves band, headed up by Brandon Reeves, has recently released a new EP that will be exclusively sold on the band's website.
Saturday's Sautee Community Contra Dance will featured the Blue Ridge Rounders of South Carolina.
Tenor Marc Deaton will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of Piedmont College in Demorest.
Saturday will be a magical night at the Historic Holly Theatre in Dahlonega.
The city of Suwanee is holding a competition for original artwork to be featured in its 2011 Art on a Limb program.
Elachee Nature Science Center's first in a series of environmentally important films begins at 7 p.m. Jan. 27 with the Gainesville premiere of Scott Crocker's "Ghost Bird," the critically acclaimed documentary about the search for the long-extinct ivory-billed woodpecker in a swamp near Brinkley, Ark. in late 2004.
ATHENS - The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the Opole Philharmonic of Poland in its American debut tour at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Hodgson Concert Hall.
If you're looking for laughs at the end of a busy work week, make your way to Lawrenceville for the Aurora Theatre's Funny Fridays.
If the snow on the ground has you longing for those spring and summer days cruising atop Lake Lanier, there's a wintertime balm for your sailor's soul.
Most musicians credit their bandmates for their growth as artists, but Karl Reising, the bassist for Mid Life Crisis, actually owes his life to his fellow musicians.
Family Promise of Hall County will crank up the tunes this Saturday to help make the dreams of many local homeless families come true.
Wine enthusiasts wishing to imbibe in the reds and whites fermented and corked in Northeast Georgia will have a chance this weekend.
Clay creations from juired gallery artists along with pieces from White County students adorn the walls in the Sautee Nacoochee Center until Sept. 7.
While New York City can experience Shakespeare in the Park, Hall County residents can picnic and enjoy an original tale on Lake Lanier.
Evoking the high energy and innate whimsy of a visit to the circus, a Gainesville-based nonprofit will host its seventh annual Gala for Hope & Healing.
The rhythmic clanging of a blacksmith hammering away at his anvil will reverberate through the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia as the pioneering professional demonstrates his craft.
Artists aiming to expand their creativity and exhibit their wares will have a plethora of opportunities to do so thanks to the Helen Arts & Heritage Center.
Believing in the philosophy of art being "more than a picture," trained architect Christopher Sherry will impart his artistic knowledge in an open-studio style setting.
Railroads cut through the Northeast Georgia mountains and helped shuttle goods and mail from many points along its route. Now, the Northeast Georgia History Center plans to expand children and adults' knowledge on the topic with two separate events.
Armed with colors and canvas, Judy Bynum George will teach budding arts the beauty of "Simple Sautee Sketches in Oils."
Everyone played with Legos as a kid. Now the popular toy has hit the big screen, and Braselton residents can see it for free.
Have you ever heard of anyone wrestling a Russian bear and surviving? If you come to North Hall Community Center's "Brawl in the Hall" on Saturday, you can see the man who did.
The son of a second-generation Pentecostal preacher, Chuck Cannon's first musical influences were religious. However, he was not limited to those tunes while growing up in South Carolina.
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