Featuring Ms. Sasha Nicole Stephens-Jones, Kellie Divine, Alice Divine, Jenn Sparx, Muffy VanderTits, Kai Hudson and Cola Yasmine.
Heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine, door-prizes and more.
Over 30,000 books for sale. Proceeds benefit Books For Keeps and Tripp Halstead.
CARLA LEFEVER AND THE RAYS Old-school funk, classic rock and sappy pop. Originals and covers.
NEW SOUND OF NUMBERS Experimental pop and post-punk project led by Hannah Jones, visual artist and percussionist for Supercluster.
GRAPE SODA This local duo (sometimes trio) plays soulful, psychedelic synthpop driven by organ and drums.
MAD AXES Local psych-rap crew describes its music as "pro-life suicide rap."
SO-HI Mad Axes affiliate doing grimy Southern rap with a psychedelic twist.
PROJEKT LOTUS Underground hip-hop from Greenville, SC with a positive, old school vibe.
CHOP BRYANT Up and coming local MC riding high on his versatile new mixtape, The Co-Op 2.
CONTRAVERSE Underground hip-hop from Atlanta.
LAST OF THE HORSEMEN "Doom-rap" crew from Nashville, TN.
THE JOLLY BEGGARS Celtic-influenced folk band.
FRIDAY NIGHT JAZZ A set of jazz tunes for your dinnertime pleasure, featuring various players and guests. Every Friday!
LAZY LOCOMOTIVE Local group featuring members of Fuzzbucket, Juice Box and High Strung String Band.
THE SPLITZ BAND This band's impressively wide range encompasses classic Motown, funk, disco and both old-school and contemporary R&B.
UTAH Heavy, downtuned local rock band celebrates the release of its new, self-titled album.
GRIM PICKINS AND THE BASTARD CONGREGATION Southern blues-metal with a tinge of darkness.
IN THE LURCH Local three-piece that cranks out crunchy guitar riffs and sinister basslines, citing Primus and Tool as influences.
SKY MAGNET Local band featuring members of Stokeswood.
THE MUSIC TAPES Elephant 6 stalwart Julian Koster and his whimsical, esoteric outfit are presenting two shows of The Traveling Imaginary, an elaborate performance complete with circus tent, games, magic and more. See story on p. 18.
SCOTT LOW AND THE SOUTHERN BOUILLON New project from the former Efren frontman, featuring Doyle Williams (Rehab), Clint Swords and Mike Strickland.
TY MANNING AND KELLY HOYLE FULLER Bearfoot Hookers and Norma Rae guitarists team up.
VESPOLINA Local band fronted by Daniel Aaron that plays rich, evocative, country-tinged rock.
THE SHUT-UPS Local five-piece new wave/power-pop band.
ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL Acclaimed West Virginia-based Western-swing/boogie group.
SWEETBACK SISTERS Honky-tonk band from Brooklyn.
THE ENDS Funky rock band from Burlington, NC.
TRE POWELL Bluesy acoustic tunes with soulful vocals.
See performances by local drag artists.
Annual ballroom dance performance by UGA's Ballroom Performance Group.
Canopy Studio Aerial Dance presents an aerial interpretation of classical myths featuring the advanced adult students. This annual performance features trapeze, fabrics and other invented flying apparatuses.
Advanced to beginner computer classes offered by appointment and in scheduled classes. Subjects include email for beginners, Google Earth, Windows and more. Call to register. 706-769-3950, firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly "Try Clay" classes ($20/person) introduce participants to the potter's wheel every Friday from 7–9 p.m. "Family Try Clay" classes show children and adults hand-building methods every Sunday from 2–4 p.m. $20. 706-355-3161, www.gooddirt.net
THRE3STYLE U DJ COMPETITION Athens DJs DJ Mays, DJ RX, DJ Sifi and Decepticron compete for $1,000 and an opening DJ spot at Club La Vela.
IMMUZIKATION Celebrated local DJ Alfredo Lapuz, Jr. hosts a dance party featuring high-energy electro and rock.
(Room 150) Screening and discussion of La Jetee, a 27-minute narrative featurette from 1962 directed by Chris Marker. Panel includes UGA faculty members Andrew Zawacki, associate professor of English and director of the creative writing program, and Jed Rasula, Helen S. Lanier Distinguished Professor of English.
Indie South Fair seeks craft vendors for a Valentine's Day affair, held in conjunction with Zombie Prom. Vendors and non-musical performers who offer handmade gifts, personal services or interesting performances may apply. email@example.com
The annual conference of GAMG is "Creative Spaces: Meaningful Experiences in Museums." Visit website to register. Jan. 23–25. $110–245. www.gamg.org