American Craft Show returns March 17-19      

American Craft Show returns March 17-19      

The American Craft Show returns March 17-19 with more than 225 of the country’s top contemporary craft artists presenting their latest handmade jewelry, clothing, furniture and home décor. The show, which will celebrate ACC’s 75th anniversary, will be staged at the Cobb Galleria Center. Tickets are $13 for a one-day pass and there will special $5 admission […]

Concert Review: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs

Concert Review: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs

  By Megan Volpert The grand entrance applause has barely died down when Alan Cumming—10 seconds into the first verse of Annie Lennox’s “Why” while wearing leather pants and a navy blue shawl-collar tuxedo jacket—gets his first laugh for grinning broadly into the already-teary audience at Atlanta Symphony Hall and singing, “I tell myself too […]

Theatre Review: ‘The Temple Bombing’ at the Alliance

Theatre Review: ‘The Temple Bombing’ at the Alliance

By Manning Harris Early in his career Tennessee Williams made the following statement in an essay: “Great theatre is an international thing. Like great music and painting it is a world property, but more particularly than any other medium of art it has a way of speaking directly from the heart of one people to […]

High Museum gets Yayoi Kusama ‘Infinity Mirrors’ exhibition

High Museum gets Yayoi Kusama ‘Infinity Mirrors’ exhibition

On the heels of the announcement of the big summer Andy Warhol exhibition, the High Museum of Art in Midtown has also announced another expected blockbuster for 2018: “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors.” The exhibit is currently in Washington D.C., where tickets disappeared in minutes, and will be at the High Museum from from Nov. 18, […]

Theatre Review: ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ at The Fox

Theatre Review: ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ at The Fox

By Manning Harris The longest-running show in Broadway history is back to thrill you again: “The Phantom of the Opera,” music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart, is playing at the mighty Fox Theatre through March 5. The legendary “Phantom” opened in London in 1986 and on Broadway in January, 1988. That’s a […]

Art installation will chart HIV diagnoses in metro Atlanta

Art installation will chart HIV diagnoses in metro Atlanta

Artist and HIV activist Matthew Terrell has unveiled a new piece of public art on the grounds of the National Center for Civil and Human rights to highlight the growth of HIV diagnoses in metro Atlanta. The 8-foot-tall pyramid called  “Atlanta’s HIV+ Population Now” uses CDC data to chart the growth of new cases and […]

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