Assembling the best children's performers in the region, Aurora Children's Playhouse will present three fairy-tale performances for families with young children this spring in Gwinnett County.
Whether a person is walking for his or her health or supporting a company initiative, many people will take to the streets for the annual Chamber Chase next week.
Big bangs, drumming booms, nerdy laughter and beer-brewing science are set to explode at the weeklong Atlanta Science Festival.
Music usually heard on the stages of Broadway in New York City will rebound off the walls of Pearce Auditorium at Brenau University next week thanks to The Arts Council.
As a special addition to the "Formicidae" entomological art exhibit, which is on display at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus, the school will showcase the public art installation "The Moth Project" on Tuesday, March 25.
Audiences will be swept off to fantastical faraway places when "1001 Nights: A Love Story About Loving Stories" hits the stage at the Center for Puppetry Arts for a two-week engagement.
Social issues such as racism, teen pregnancy and poverty are themes running through the pages of young adult books by Virginia Euwer Wolff.
Inspired by the world's greats such as Diego Velazquez, Edgar Degas and John Singer Sargent as well as his own artistic father and uncle, Marc Chatov entered the family business of painting portraits. And now the acclaimed artist plans to share his expertise to Gainesville art enthusiasts.
Charles Dickens is on tour in Northeast Georgia - or at least actor James Ridge portraying Dickens.
Campers, hikers, canoers, kayakers and others may celebrate the great outdoors and the Appalachian Trail during Dahlonega's annual trail fest this weekend.
Art majors selected as the best will have their art work on display as part of student exhibition starting Thursday on the University of North Georgia's campus in Dahlonega.
Inspired by the dichotomy of the perceived fragility of women and the gender's incredible strength and resilience, four Brenau University alumnae have crafted art on the subject now on display at the college in Gainesville.
Folk rock band Emerald Rose is celebrating St. Patrick's Day with an 8 p.m. Saturday performance at the Holly Theater in Dahlonega.
Quinlan Visual Arts Center is recognizing the youngest artists in North Georgia with its annual youth art competition.
With an impending trip to Italy on the horizon, the First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville chancel choir will give one final performance before heading overseas.
As blooms burst forth marking the spring season, three University of North Georgia choirs and music majors celebrate its arrival with a handful of concerts.