The exhibit “The Bunnen Collection” features a selection of works donated to the museum by local photographer and arts advocate Lucinda W. Bunnen. It runs through Feb. 2.
The story follows the Comedian Harmonists, who were a six-man group from Germany, but everything changed in the 1930s.
Fifteen of the nominations are from its production of “Les Miserables.”
The National Endowment for the Arts announced a $10,000 matching grant awarded to GBT’s The Dance Project, an educational initiative providing dance education for children in Title 1 schools in Gwinnett County.
The 45th annual festival returned to Stone Mountain Park with four-days of arts and crafts shopping.
The in-the-round style concert will be at the Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center on Sept. 13.
The Buford studio is adding classes for children, teenagers and adults.
The 45th annual event sets up shop in Stone Mountain Park Sept. 5-8.
Raye Varney has been chosen to fill position. She has been the Interim Executive Director since November 2012.
All pieces must be submitted to the gallery by Oct. 26. All proceeds from the show will benefit Karansi widows and orphans.
“M*A*S*H” comes to life at New Dawn Theater. The play runs through Sept. 8.
The city welcomes the return of its annual All That Jazz on Main Aug. 24 with headliners Joey Sommerville and Eric Essix.
New London Theatre and Sugar Hill Bakery both offer theatrical performances this weekend.
There is still plenty of time to “get happy” at Kudzu Art Zone. The “Tickling Your Fancy” exhibition that launched on Aug. 2 will continue through Sept. 7, inviting art lovers to experience what makes an artist smile.
About 12,000 attended the 20th annual Folk Fest event in Norcross this weekend.
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