As the final venue in “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors’” North American tour, the High Museum of Art has, every day since the exhibit’s opening, sold out its approximately 100 daily walk-up tickets, often with the 100th patron arriving before 7 a.m.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced Wednesday that Georgia-lensed feature film and television productions generated a total economic impact of $9.5 billion during FY 2018.
After practicing hard since last fall, the Daughtry Elementary School Colts Chorus and Bells group came home from their Walt Disney World performance with a Golden Mickey trophy.
In addition to raising money for the scholarship program at Bluebirds and Bluegrass, the arts council was also promoting its own upcoming event, the 22nd annual Fine Arts Festival.
The Jackson-Butts County Council for the Arts donated $2,000 for improvements to the Butts County School System’s Rufus Adams Auditorium and announced art scholarships.
R. Scott Coleman was recently honored by the Jackson-Butts County Council for the Arts for curating its permanent art collection for the past 18 years.
There were plenty of paintings, photographs, jewelry and even some textiles entered this year at the Jackson-Butts County Council for the Arts contest, Butts County Creates, during the Butts County Fair.
Theresa Hobbs expected her students to be excited about learning to play music. What she did not expect was that they would voluntarily give up their recess to practice.
With items in a cleaning cart, Dustmop and Binny upcycle the Cinderella tale for the Jackson-Butts County Public Library Summer Reading Program.
The Capitol Art Standards Commission is responsible for developing policies and procedures for the acquisition, installation, preservation, maintenance, display and storage of all artwork that is displayed in or on Capitol grounds.
Members of the Backlot Players Children’s Theater Troupe brought a message about confidence to children attending the Jackson-Butts County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program.
Artwork from Sean Sullivan, the son of Jackson-Butts County Council for the Arts co-founder Linda Sullivan Herdina, will return to town for the Fine Arts Festival May 13.
Literacy winners from all three local elementary schools came together Jan. 12 for Literacy Day competitions. The first-place winners head to regional competition later this month.
In the fall one-act play competition, Jackson High School drama students will take a hard look at dyslexia, dementia and death. The competition is being hosted at the Rufus Adams Auditorium. Public performances will be held later this week.
Ray Kmitta of Jackson will play the drunken Dr. Einstein, complete with a German accent, in the Backlot Players’ October performances of the classic play “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
Michael McLarnon is a retired psychiatrist and the author of the “L’Orange Fire” novels, psychological mystery-thrillers set in the near future in Los Angeles.
The Butts County Creates art exhibit and competition will be held Sept. 27 through Oct. 1. Original artwork by non-professional artists must be submitted Sunday, Sept. 25, so artists are asked to get started on their submissions.
Griffin Choral Arts has announced the concert schedule for its 10th anniversary season. The theme for the 2016–17 season is “Standing Ovation” and each concert will have a featured “repeat performance” as well as selections never before performed by the choir.