The 10-year-old Lawrenceville resident was one of 25 art students at Cobble Creek Studios who painted portraits of the vice presidents.
Two exhibits are open through the new year
Kudzu Art Zone and The Gallery at St. Edwards Episcopal Church are offering the free exhibits, featuring several local artists.
It is free and open to the public
Sugarloaf Ballet will be offering this vision of Jesus’ birth to audiences at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 18 in the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center for free.
Fifth Row Center presents the classic tale at the Buford Community Center through Dec. 21.
‘A Christmas Carol,’ ‘The 12 Dates of Christmas’ hit the stage.
The Lawrenceville venue opens a classic show and a comedy for the Christmas season.
It is a holiday play about hope, change
The play follows several people during Christmas time in London. The show runs through 22.
The show returns to Gwinnett Performing Arts Center
The ballet’s annual holiday performance kicks off Dec. 7 and runs through Dec. 22.
“A Christmas Carol” opens at New London Theatre for the holiday season.
Students, teachers have art for sale
The Duluth venue is selling handmade crafts through Dec. 21. The show features its students and teachers.
The Lawrenceville venue is hosting a Need a Little Christmas Giveaway
People can be nominated for a night out on the town. Nominations are due by Dec. 4.
This is the Lawrenceville theater’s 18th production of the show
The annual musical revue opens the day after Thanksgiving and ends Dec. 22.
It is the work of local artist Mikki Root Dillon
The exhibit is on display in Snellville’s City Hall through Dec. 31.
Lilburn resident Sonny Franks and Anchorage, Alaska, native Chris Shuster recently completed the Tunnel Bridge Mural.
The Lawrenceville troop to present a “Grinchy” show
For the past four years, the company has presented “A Very Grinchy Christmas” based on the popular characters of Dr. Seuss’s book “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
Maria Sarmiento and Jose Pena lead the classes
The classes are available Nov. 16 and Dec. 7 at the Duluth venue.
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