Just like many other areas of the state, the arts of Georgia have had a resurgence of sorts. There are many new galleries, theatres, and performances that have opened or have recently opened near our home. These arts venues attract an array of creatives from all over the state. I am especially drawn to local artists who create works that are locally inspired. The arts themselves help us connect with others, and they also bring out the imagination in us.
The Arts in Georgia are an expression of community spirit. They are also important to the state’s economy; for example, the state’s two most well-known arts organizations, the Piedmont Symphony and the Georgia Dance Theatre, receive funding from state arts funding agencies. I’m particularly interested in the Piedmont Symphony because this is the state’s oldest and most successful orchestra (and I’m a huge fan of the Atlanta Symphony).
The Arts in Georgia is a program at the University of Georgia designed to support the arts. Currently it provides support to nine different arts organizations: Arts in the Piedmont, Alliance of State Arts Organizations, Georgia Arts Council, the Georgia Arts Council, Art at the Georgia Center for the Arts, Georgia Arts Council/Piedmont Symphony, Piedmont Symphony, Symphony of the Arts, State Theatre of Alabama, and Theatre Incubator in Atlanta.
This event is a great way to meet new people and get to know yourself a little better. If you have a strong sense of community, you can use this as a chance to get to know the arts community in your area. It’s a great way to get to know what your neighbors are into. The event features performances by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Georgia Arts Council, and the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra.
If you are looking for a new place to party, this is the place to be. Its also a great way to meet other artists and musicians that you might not see anywhere else. This event is a great opportunity to go out and hear your favorite artists and you never know what might be happening next.
Like many other arts events, count basie has a large variety of performances that range from the traditional to the experimental. Its also a great place to meet people and have fun.
I’m not sure how many events like this are actually held, but I know someone who told me that the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra has a really cool “count basie for the arts” event every other week. This event will be a free concert on the square. So if you’re in Piedmont and you want to meet artists, this might be the place to be.
The Piedmont has a ton of other arts events too but this one is really special and will be a fun free event. The Piedmont Symphony Orchestra’s next event is on Friday, November 28th. The symphony is performing the same piece of music they did last year, “The Dance of the Earth”. And if you’re into that type of music, this is a great place to hangout.
Piedmont has a ton of other cultural events too, but none of them are more special than this one. The Arts Council of the Piedmont is hosting a free show on the square on November 4th. This is a free show for all the people who have attended any of the Arts Council events this summer. This concert will feature a mix of artists, musicians, and local performers, so this is a great way to see a wide variety of artists.