Seven galleries stay open late the third Thursday of every month. Participating galleries include the Georgia Museum of Art, Lamar Dodd School of Art, ATHICA, Lyndon House Arts Center, Ciné, the GlassCube & Gallery @ Hotel Indigo and The Classic Center.
Abigail West will speak in her exhibition "Plastic Bodies: River Tributes" in the Lounge Gallery. See Art Notes on p. 22.
Meet the artists of "Faces in Time," Lisa Thomas Conner, Leanna Leithauser Lesley and Chris Cook.
KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more. Every Thursday!
KARAOKE Hosted by DJ Gregory.
The award-winning Hodgson Singers perform with the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra.
Teens ages 13-18 are invited to explore styles of landscape painting, learn how artists use perspective then create a point of view landscape using collage and one-point perspective. Includes a pizza dinner. Space is limited.
The four-week, early-literacy program incorporates books, nursery rhymes and musical instruments. Registration recommended.
Stories, songs, nursery rhymes, bouncing and cuddling. 0-24 months.
Join the library for this classic story with lima bean and color crafts to go. For children ages 4-10 and their caregiver.
Join the teen services staff in an afternoon of dodgeball or kickball. Teens in grades 6-12.
"Art Journaling: A Doorway to Creative Exploration and Self-Reflection," June 3–7. "Harry Potter Camp," June 10–14 or July 15–19. "Ukulele Songwriting Camp," June 17–21. "Games!" June 24–28. "Chocolate-making Camp," July 1–3 & 5. "Music and Movement Camp," July 8–12. "Fiber Arts and Baking Camp," July 22–26. "Tour of Global Visual & Pop Culture: Welcome to the BTS World!" July 29–Aug. 2. Camps run each day from 9 a.m.–2 p.m. $175/week plus supply fees. www.doublehelixsummercamp.wordpress.com
Robert M. Franklin, Jr., the James T. and Berta R. Laney Professor in Moral Leadership at Emory University, presents "The Vocation of Moral Leadership."
This facilitated book club serves adults of all abilities and will be reading out loud and discussing book of the month The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.
Meet at the bar for a round of trivia.
Five Points Yoga instructors lead a class surrounded by works of art.
(1075 W. Broad St) Learn how to repair your bike with tools and advice from experts.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away to three different channels of music. One of them is a request line!
CLASSIC CITY COLOR International Rescue Committee benefit featuring music from Jacob Mallow and N1KI, plus comedy and more.
PALACE DOCTOR Dynamic local garage-pop trio fronted by guitarist and songwriter Phillip Brantley.
THE BIG DUMB Rockin' "anti-Americana" band from Nashville, TN.
GEORGIA DISH BOYS Raucous and rootsy local rock group fronted by songwriter Seth Martin.
RODNEY SANDERS New local songwriter with his own voice and influences from Blaze Foley to JJ Cale.
YACHT ROCK REVUE Georgia's favorite '70s light-rock tribute band performs Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense.
SAW BLACK Indie-folk project from Richmond, VA.
TYLER RAMSEY Best known as the former guitarist for Band of Horses, Ramsey plays blues-inflected folk music. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
VCTRE EDM producer "featuring guttural bass lines and a vivacious swagger."
KOSMIC Electronic bass music producer.
DOPAMINE EDM producer.
CHISS Bass-centric EDM artist.
BODEAN & THE POACHERS Rock band from Albany with bluegrass and country influences.
A TEN YEAR WINTER Analog, abstract, noise-influenced dance musician from Tolouse, France.
LE CRABE Electronic, psychedelic hip-hop producer from Nantes, France.
RAZZI KING Local artist that blends reggae, calypso, rock, funk and more to create a unique sound.
DONNY KNOTTSVILLE Local hip-hop artist combines modern and traditional rap styles.
Dr. Layli Maparyan presents "Women, Peace, and Nonviolence: Womanist Case Studies of the Contemplative Path to Social Action."
Watari fights for what's right with his giant ax and ninja abilities against evil ninja, magic demons and giant felines.
UGA Theatre presents a tale of three men and how they handle what life throws at them. See Theater Notes on p. 9.
The Thalian Blackfriars and Moonlight Theater Company present a story about the glue that holds friendships together.
A portion of proceeds will benefit ACCA Meals on Wheels Program.
Special guests Lee Marin and Phaedra Parks will discuss copyright legislation.
Tobiah Cole's paintings are explorations of improvisational mark making.