Arts & Culture
April is National Poetry Month. From sublime rhymes to abstract anthems, poetry is the name of the game at a bevy of bar halls, bookstores and boutiques throughout the Atlanta area.
This spring, Atlanta will be celebrating art with flowers, bluegrass music, folk dancing, jazz and more.
While it’s important to remember the trials of the past, it is also possible to make this March a celebration for women.
As one would imagine with a city of such historic significance, the past is celebrated in a wide variety of ways and places throughout Atlanta. With Presidents Day on February 18, it’s the ideal time for Atlantans to get in touch with their patriotic side with a visit to five of the city’s greatest historic sites and museums.
When it is the season for sweaters, scarves and hats, thoughts turn to knitting. There are many different knitting shops and groups in Atlanta and they cater to both experts and beginners.
These local museums and galleries display a variety of artwork and performances. Start your 2013 off right with a visit to each.
This holiday season brings the arrival of Peter Jackson’s new film “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” debuting on December 14, 2012. Celebrate this trip into Middle Earth with any of these fun events.
Read on to find the best places to buy local art in Atlanta for under $100.
The Christmas season is packed with family favorites like “A Christmas Carol” and some unique, adult-only humor shows like “Santaland Diaries.” Each show includes a great message of the spirit of Christmas and can easily be made into an enjoyable day or night out.
These public art works in Atlanta are unusual but interesting and free to see year round.