(Grand Hall) Recipients of the President's Fulfilling the Dream Award will be recognized. Alumnus Steve C. Jones, a U.S. district judge of the Northern District of Georgia, will deliver the keynote speech.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away with three channels of music. One of them is a request line!
Hands In! will teach teens how to communicate using American Sign Language.
KOZMIC Dubstep and bass music producer from Atlanta.
XENOTYPE EDM producer creating "alien bass music."
SHAKES Atlanta-based EDM composer.
DOPAMINE High-energy electronic artist from Atlanta.
DAN TEDESCO Alternative folk singer-songwriter from Des Moines, IA.
SHANNON JAE Local traditional folk singer-songwriter.
LOVE TRACTOR Long-running, largely instrumental local post-rock group. See story on p. 10.
OH-OK Stripped-down pop group that formed in Athens in the early '80s.
TELEMARKET Driving, angular indie-rock band from Athens.
THE SEDONAS Americana-rock group from Knoxville, TN.
THE PIERRES Melodic and brainy local alt-rock group.
BICHOS VIVOS Local band playing forró, accordion and triangle-driven country music from Brazil.
WONDERLAND RANGERS Local rabble-rouser Timi Conley performs dance-tastic psych-pop with his all-star backing band.
SUNNY SOUTH BLUES BAND Local band combining a blues and soul spirit with riffy rock and roll.
BOA Three-piece indie rock band from Louisville, KY.
KRIS ANDERSON Singer-songwriter and guitarist from Atlanta exploring jazz, country, punk and more.
Join the brewery for a movie every Friday night.
Cynthia Jameson presents "Codetalkers of WWI and WWII."
Celebrate Pulitzer Prize-nominated author Noel Holston's book Life After Deaf with excerpt readings and a live performance by the Georgia Sirens.
French Law Group will present on how attendees can preserve their decision-making capacity while protecting their home, bank accounts other assets.
(Avid Bookshop, 5 Points) David Noah shares his photography book, Everything Mad With Love.
IT specialist Zakk speaks on how to stay safe while surfing the web.
Drop in for tips on the new OS from Windows.
Jeffery Callaham paints stories, family traditions and scenes from his youth as told by his grandmother. Through his use of strong colors and his ability to make his characters come to life on canvas, Callaham paints vivid images of life in the South. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
This second annual collaborative exhibition by the Lamar Dodd School of Art and OCAF features artwork from second-year Master of Fine Art candidates of UGA and is curated in part by second-year Master of Arts candidates in the Art History Department.