In this economy, giving someone a gift card is a dicey investment, because you don’t know if the company will go out of business. And generic gifts don’t express anything. So if you really want to show someone you care, check out the eclectic selection at Donna Van Goghs. From fine oil paintings and folk […]
Archives for September 2009
Who says you have to pay to experience high art? On Sept. 26, several Atlanta-area museums will emulate Smithsonian Institution’s free admission policy for Museum Day 2009. Local museums participating in the program include: Archibald Smith Plantation Home Barrington Hall Bulloch Hall CDC/Global Health Odyssey Museum Center for Puppetry Arts Hammonds House Museum High Museum of Art Marietta Museum of History Museum […]
For Jesse Huot, archiving the work of famed dancer/choreographer Twyla Tharp and acting as her business manager is more than just a job. It’s a family affair. The only child of Tharp and painter Robert Huot, he has been around artists and dancers his whole life. “The first rule was, ‘Don’t step on the kid,’ […]
Performing in a musical requires so much more than hitting the right notes, projecting your voice and dancing in step. The actor’s goal is to transcend the learned pattern of what the character must do to move the story forward and reach a place where they can just have fun, be in the character’s skin […]
Congratulations to Maria Pinkston of Atlanta. She is the lucky winner of tickets to see Color Purple and a $50 gift certificate to South City Kitchen.