The Arts Council, Gainesville State College and South Arts present the first of six independent films in the 2012-2013 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers.
Are you ready to watch some local doctors perform with a different kind of sharp instrument?
Like Northeast Georgia, the Echizen region of Japan has been home to generations of potters. But while regions like Mossy Creek can claim a 200-year tradition of wood-fired ceramics, the artisans of Echizen have been producing distinctive pottery for more than 800 years.
There's nothing square about this art festival.
A weekend of music to celebrate a unique Gainesville artist is back and bigger than ever.
Have you ever wondered ...
The King is back, and he's got company.
Meet Andy Offutt Irwin: Storyteller, humorist, singer, songwriter, musician, whistler and a walking menagerie of sound effects and dialects.
The Arts Council will hold an Arts In Schools Benefit Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 at The Smithgall Arts Center in Gainesville.
The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center will hold its third annual Honeybee Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15.
This year's Suwanee Day festival is set to begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at Town Center Park in Suwanee.
The Northeast Georgia History Center has several events aimed at getting families together to learn about the past.
The Atlanta Pops Orchestra will bring its fusion of symphonic versions of popular tunes to the Sautee Nacoochee Center this weekend.
In celebration of National Grandparents Day, the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center invites people to step back in time and discover their family's history.
DAHLONEGA - "Affrilachia in Words and Images," a series examining the African-American experience in Appalachia, continues at North Georgia College & State University this fall with an art exhibit featuring Marie T. Cochran, who will be in Dahlonega throughout September working on her installation.
With Easter three days away, area children can still search for hidden Easter eggs on a historic locale in Gainesville.
Celebrities from Gainesville to Atlanta will take orders instead of giving them as they work as food servers tonight at Mellow Mushroom.
Before telephones - whether it was a landline or cellphone - citizens wanting to connect to others across the country or world used a ham radio.
Classic and modern Broadway show tunes and classic hymns will be heard across college and church campuses alike this month.
Men and women will don their old work clothes to walk along the shoreline or wade into and paddle on the water to help clean debris from the county's rivers and lakes next weekend.