WHAT: “The Odyssey.” Homer’s epic poem adapted for the stage by playwright Mary Zimmerman, who kept us spellbound with a parade of mythological
“I believe theater helps people remember that they are human and remember the best parts about being human,” said Gay Hammond.
Recognized throughout the U.S. and Britain as one of the premier performers of traditional Celtic music on the international music scene today, Jamie Laval
Looking for an exciting way to spend St. Patrick’s Day with your family? Come out for Jefferson’s Spring Foliage Fest — Saturday, March 17
By J.K. Devine Photos courtesy Bowen Center for the Arts Growing up with an architectural engineer for a father and a portrait artist for
By Pamela A. Keene Photos courtesy Holly Theater When Hal Williams chaired the Lumpkin County Chamber of Commerce nearly 30 years ago, he and
By Michelle Boaen Jameson Photos courtesy University of North Georgia Home Magazine talked with UNG Director of Art Galleries Victoria Cooke about what the
Photos and story by Pamela A. Keene When people think of potters, the image of someone sitting at a wheel elbow-deep in clay shaping
The Arts Council has announced the The Arts Council Signature Series, offering unique opportunities to witness two shows featuring nationally and world-renowned performers. The
Since the institution’s inception in 1878, the arts have played a prominent role in the history and culture of Brenau University. However, Brenau had no designated gallery space until the late 1980s.