Milton High School's McKenzie Kurtz has started her run as Glinda at the Gershwin Theatre. “I have dreamt of being in this show, specifically playing Glinda since I saw it for the first time when I was 9 years old,” Kurtz said.
More than 200 people gathered at the museum after hours to tour exhibits and donate to the non-profit tech museum.
Spruill Center for the Arts and Brave Nu Ventures announced open registration for “Exploring Street Art in Atlanta,” a six-week course that explores the art form transforming the city.
A 13-year-old pianist from Alpharetta has been selected to play at The Royal Conservatory of Music’s Music Lights the Way Piano Festival at Koerner Hall in Toronto March 21-22.
The Daffodil Days campaign runs March 19-25 with a market from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Johns Creek City Hall. It'll feature 70+ artisans in The Gibson Co. market, family-friendly and kids' activities, food trucks, a flower arranging cart and more.
Forsyth County parents, teachers and residents enjoying a sunny Saturday afternoon gathered at the Cumming Arts Center for a reception to recognize student artwork March 4.
Retired NBA All Star Joe Barry Carroll knows events like his Feb. 23 artist talk at Mimosa Hall are set up as lectures, but he hopes his art spurs conversations that run both ways.