About 85 works from Brenau University students, mostly majoring in fine arts and interior design, will be on display through Feb. 14 in a special exhibition at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
"Sampler," an exhibit by Athens artist Didi Dunphy combining the traditional art of cross-stitch embroidery with mobile computing, is on display in the library of the University of North Georgia's Cumming Campus.
Audiences will be taken on a tropical getaway to one of the most extraordinary places on Earth, when the new IMAX film "Journey to the South Pacific" hits Fernbank Museum's IMAX screen.
Area bluegrass band, The Fiddleheads, is playing a concert this Saturday in Dahlonega to celebrate the life of Zachariah "Zak" McConnell, the band's mandolinist who died of a heart condition in October.
From blues to bluegrass, the University of North Georgia is examining unique American music in the series "America's Music: A Film History of Our Most Popular Music."
While most contra bands descend upon Sautee for one night, the three-piece band ContraForce will arrive a day early to perform a special concert Friday night and follow it up as the entertainment at the regular contra dance Saturday.
After 10 years of leading the ever-expanding Art in the Square festival, director Anne Brodie Hill is handing over the reins to area artist and business owner, Fox Gradin.
Former Brenau University drawing professor Paige Harvey will spend an afternoon with art enthusiasts at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
Artist Robert Johnson believes a fundamental tool in creating powerful paintings is seeing things with a freshness, honesty and clarity.
If a night of glitz and glamour is what you crave, then mark your calendar for 6:30 p.m. Saturday for The Arts Council's Red Carpet Gala Casino Night at the Smithgall Arts Center.
During the colder months as parents seek indoor activities for the family, Aurora Children's Playhouse provides the necessary venue and entertainment with performances for families with young children.
Auditions for the 2014 Summer Community Theatre's two productions - "Bugaboo" for children and "Catch Me if You Can" for adults - will be Monday at the Gainesville Civic Center.
One-of-a-kind custom rides, sport bikes, choppers, trailers, parts and apparel will be at the Great American Motorcycle Show this weekend in Atlanta.
North Georgia residents and tourists can visit the circa 1800s Baber-Bridges Log House, warm up by a fire and taste food cooked in a dutch oven during an Open House: Log House program from 1–4 p.m. Saturday at Sandy Creek Nature Center.
The romantic comedy "The Town That Came A-Courtin,'" a movie based on the novel of the same name written by local author and renowned columnist Ronda Rich, is airing at 7 p.m. this Sunday on the UP Network.
Runners can race through the forest, across beautiful creeks and up moderately rolling hills during the 2014 Trillium Trek Trail Run.
Watching the natural explorers of lemurs on the remote island of Madagascar is a sight audiences can see on the IMAX screen when a new documentary opens at Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta.
As Mars begins to appear in the evening April sky, Coleman Planetarium will open its doors to see the red planet at its closest distance to the Earth.
As buds begin bursting on trees, bushes and flowers this spring season, the Hall County Master Gardeners will host its annual Spring Garden Expo this weekend.
Traditional art in oil, watercolor and acrylics as well as modern art such as 3-D images and mixed medium will be in spotlight for the next month at The Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
North Georgia fans of author Barbara Brown Taylor can read about her recent experience of exploring the ideas and traditions that equate darkness to the sinister in her new book, "Learning to Walk in the Dark."
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.