North Georgia Technical College's Photography Program will showcase graduating students' work at 5 p.m. Tuesday July 31.
If you don't know your kudzu from coralbells, the "What's In Your Backyard" lecture series may be for you.
As part of its inaugural season, the Buford-based Live Arts Theatre will present the hilarious off-Broadway hit "Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know."
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Country legend Willie Nelson is on board for this year's Railroad Revival Tour.
If you want to add a little color to your summer, the Hamilton Rhododendron Garden is open to visitors at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds in Hiawassee.
Ever wanted to recreate the "Titanic" theme for yourself? Or how about teaching the kids a musical instrument without the major investment of guitars and drums? The penny whistle is the perfect choice.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will make its annual visit to Gainesville on Friday, July 20, at the Georgia Mountains Center.
Ahoy, mateys - looking to scare up a little treasure this weekend?
An upcoming race through downtown Gainesville will not only pay homage to an important piece of legislation, it will also help individuals with disabilities lead more complete and independent lives.
It's hard to say if R.A. Miller would have enjoyed being the center of attention at his 100th birthday party.
Habersham Community Theatre is taking a stroll with a legend with the presentation of "A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline." The play, by Dean Reagan, will open July 26.
Helen Arts & Heritage Center's upcoming show "Sights and Sounds of Summer" features work by painter Mary Ellen Rand and potter Nannette Johnson and starts with a reception at 5 p.m. Thursday, July 19.
The Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center is opening a new traveling exhibit, which will run until Oct. 15, titled "Crime Lab Detective." It's a fun way to highlight a number of crucial elements of the scientific process. Crime Lab Detective takes visitors into the popular world of crime labs and detective work.
The Arts Council will present "16-Love" as part of its annual summer Movies on the Green series at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 13 at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center.
If you're looking to learn more about the "old maids of Murrayville" or the first automobile in Banks County, you may or may not get the answers you seek during Saturday's "Celebrations: ARTS ALIVE" radio broadcast.
Book lovers of all ages may immerse themselves in an array of hardcover and paperbacks of all kinds at the 10th annual Dahlonega Literary Festival this weekend in Lumpkin County.
Four sisters, nine instruments and hundreds of shows later, the women of von Grey find themselves on the rise in the indie-alternative-folk music genre.
The newly formed Gainesville group The Transplant Band was created for one purpose: to "share the beat."
A St. Simons Island photographer and potter are the featured invitational artists at the Sautee Nacoochee Center for the next five weeks.
Surrealist American musician Col. Bruce Hampton will perform his style of music at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 8, in Grant Street Music Room in Clarkesville.
The husband-and-wife duo of Natalia Khoma and Volodymyr Vynnytsky are the featured musicians of the next ProMusica concert.
What do you get when you combine the gypsy-jazz stylings of Django Reinhardt and the torchy-twangy mezzo delivery of Patsy Cline with a rowdy troupe of Romani-esque instrumentalists? The answer is the Bonaventure Quartet, an Atlanta-based confederation founded at the turn of the millennium by guitarist/composer Charles Williams.
Artists from all across the Southeast will exhibit various types of folk to fine art at the annual arts festival this weekend.