Making Santa’s “nice” list: 4 theater companies, 2 classical music groups, 2 visual arts venues, 1 dance company and a foundation. No French hens.
The 26th performance season begins Sept. 16 with the merry mayhem of Upright Citizens Brigade and ends in April 2018 with a music/technology concert.
You’ve seen all the specialized license plates — UGA, Georgia Tech, Spelman College, spay and neuter your pets, etc., etc. Now arts lovers have a chance to get their own specialty plates and show their support. If the program goes forward, $10 from the sale of each “Explore the Arts” plate will go to the […]
On April 13, the House Appropriations Committee voted to eliminate the Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) budget beginning with the 2011 fiscal year. If the vote is passed, GCA (the grassroots program that ensures there is arts programming in every Georgia county) will cease operations and Georgia will be the only state without a […]