This ballet was brought back to the stage due to popular demand.
The fourth annual event returns to Suwanee's Town Center Park May 18.
Summer camps for all levels begin in June.
This year, three scholarships will be presented to first-, second- and third-place winners in the respective amounts of $2,500, $1,500 and $1,000.
The exhibit explores individual notions of reality with a mix of abstract, semi-abstract and realistic works that utilize a variety of traditional and non-traditional media in fresh and innovative ways.
This will mark the third year these scholarships have been given, which can be used in several classes.
Four "Color Wheel" camps and three "Summer Pottery Camps" are being offered in June and July.
The story follows a young peasant girl who falls in love with a young nobleman in disguise.
The Exchange, an organization that bridges cultures with diverse programming, announced its hosting a photography competition.
Suwanee and the Movie Tavern joined up last fall to present six independent films to the public.
The fairy tale about the captive princess with the long, long locks opens Friday in Duluth.
The artists display works with lake, boating and ocean themes.
The new group's first performance is slated for April 4.
Just in time for spring, the visual arts are blooming in Peachtree Corners and Norcross, with activities and opportunities for visitors to admire, acquire and learn.. Objet d'Art Gallery in Peachtree Corners is a relatively new studio and gallery space. Located at 5270 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 110, the business opened
Green's murals and artwork can been seen at several Gwinnett schools and two Gwinnett businesses, the Bigg Headz Barber Shops.
The theater presents a collection of nine short plays produced by Dave Fisher.
The annual festival is adding folk art and a multicultural area to the event.
Gwinnett Ballet Theatre and the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center announced in August that they will host this segment of the world-wide event.
This year, the performance will feature five student choreographers with six entries.
Three nonprofit art organizations were recognized in early December.
2013's SculpTour has been extended to a 22 month exhibit period.
With the holidays around the corner, here's a list of art shops in the county with one-of-a-kind gifts.
In 2006, the company added a live, professional orchestra to accompany its dancers in the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center.
The two performances are free to the public for the holidays.
Four Duluth homes open its doors for the arts.
The arts are busy Nov. 17 in Gwinnett County.
The Duluth troupe brings "The Great Christmas Mash-Up" to The Dancing Goat Theatre Dec. 15
The event will have food, drinks and an auction.
The group performs at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center Nov. 9 and 10.
Under the direction of Lori Zamzow-Wire, the Duluth company presents the Disney classic Oct. 20 and 21.
The nonprofit raised $3,000 additional funds in its first grass roots call-a-thon.
The Gwinnett group kicks off its concert season Oct. 13 and 14.
Live Arts Community Theatre and Fifth Row Center Theatre come together for new production.
Anita Stewart has been a mainstay of the visual arts and arts education community in Gwinnett for a long time.
The winning artwork will be shown around the county through March 2013.
The production opens Sept. 14.
Both cities display new works of art in September.
The nine workshops planned begin Saturday and run through Nov. 4.
The local choir is hosting a music camp Aug. 17 and 18 for children.
The competition is slated for March 1 to 3, 2013 in Lawrenceville.
National League of American Pen Women, Atlanta branch, are featured in a multi-media exhibition at the gallery at St. Edward's Episcopal Church in Lawrenceville.
Upcoming events include "Valencian Summers" from Aug. 1 to 31 and "French Inspirations" from Sept. 5 to 28.
Suwanee Performing Arts performs July 27 and 28 to raise money for Broadway in the Park.
The Norcross theater plans to donate money and school supplies gathered from the audience.
The fourth annual "Arts at Twilight" fundraiser titled "An Evening in Paris" is an event in an effort to raise money for the arts in Duluth and for high school scholarships for students planning to major in the fine arts.
This improv troupe brings a 90-minute show to Norcross.
The new studio will be at 1800 MacLeod Drive across Sugarloaf Parkway from Gwinnett Tech.
A collection of eight original 10-minute plays will be performed at the Lionheart Theatre in Norcross.
"DRAWN: From Athens," "Summer Sk8," "Pulp Fashion: The Art of the Paper Dress" and "Altered Books" are on display through Aug. 25.
The Norcross theater offers three summer camps from June 25 to 29 for performers of all ages.