Art Venues in North Georgia Mountains

 

Art lovers paradise. Just a short distance from Atlanta. Local, national and international art on display and for purchase at Art Venues in North Georgia Mountains. All of the different media are available – painting, sculpture, mosaics, quilts, pottery and so much more. Custom art work available at some locations. Meet the artists. Share your ideas. Great place to bring your art at many of the art contests and exhibits. If you are a collector or simply looking for some art to complete your decor, you will find a piece right for you at the art venues in North Georgia Mountains.

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Ed B's Studio 54
54 D.B. Carroll St
Jasper, GA 30143
678-848-4906

Part museum, part art gallery, part circus fun house, part antiques store, Ed B's Studio 54 defies description - And yet... everybody's talking about it! Much like his place, Ed himself cannot be categorized. Both must be experienced. Several artist are glad to share the Studio. One can find ceramics, photography, paintings, folk art, felted and crocheted wearable art, jewelry, soaps, candles, drawings and much more. Everywhere, both inside and out, are Ed's welded sculptures that cause the viewer to gasp in wonder or laugh out load at the whimsey. His new venture, beautiful stained glass pieces, are shown on the newly constructed back deck. It takes more than one visit to see it all and each week more of Ed's 'finds' are on display. The place will burst at the seams... it seems. It's a fun place to visit and chat, shop for yourself or friends and take in all the quirky, beautiful, rare and banal historical 'stuff' that Ed keeps discovering. So come on in - Everyone leaves with a smile, at the very least! 

Tater Patch Players
95 Philadelphia Lane
Jasper, GA 30143
706-253-2800

We are an active community theater troupe located at 95 Philadelphia Lane in Jasper, Georgia. Our theater is complete with presentation equipment, great acoustics, concessions, comfortable accessible seating for over 100 guests, and convenient parking right outside the door. We produce five main stage productions annually plus special productions, movies and concerts added throughout the year. Come and Enjoy!

 

  • Theater / Musicals

  • Vocalists

  • Movie Night

  • Seasonal 

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Southern Appalachian Folk School
68 D. B. Carroll St.
Jasper, GA 30143
706-225-8244

Enjoy Musical Performances in North Georgia Mountains. Our venue overlooks Lake Mullinex on the beautiful Reinhardt University campus in Waleska, Georgia. Impressive concert hall and a beautiful marble atrium. One of a kind concert venue. Since its first year in the performing arts, guests have commented on their wonderful experiences with the convenient free parking, meet-and-greet with artists, and intimate performances. The Falany Performing Arts Center has hosted a variety of events, from theatrical productions, chamber groups, student productions and recitals, and popular ensembles such as the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The main attraction of this concert hall is its state-of-the-art acoustic and tunable stage. Known as one of the best concert halls in the Southeast, musicians, theatre groups, and guest speakers have enjoyed the quality sound the concert hall provides.

 

  • Classical Music

  • Jazz Series

  • Music From The Stage

  • Children Series

  • 350 seat auditorium, with 7 balcony area

 

7300 Reinhardt Circle Waleska, Georgia 30183-2981

Box Office:  770-720-9167

PACA was established to give support and assistance to existing arts and historic preservation organizations in Pickens County. With the encouragement and support of county government the Pickens Arts and Cultural Alliance was formed in the summer of 2007 through a grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts.  A summer Guide to the Arts in Pickens County may be found on their website.  

 

 

 

Southern Appalachian Folk School is a non-profit folk school dedicated to preserving our mountain culture. Our culture grew from many cultures. People migrated from several European regions and settled in a land that felt familiar to them.

The skills they brought were as varied as the people themselves. The “Scots-Irish” brought ballads and fiddle music. The Swedes and Finns brought woodsman skills and log cabin construction. The Welsh brought mining and metallurgical expertise.

When they arrived, times were hard. Their native neighbors helped by sharing skills they knew. The Cherokee in the Southern Appalachian region taught the newcomers how to plant and cultivate crops and the medicinal properties of hundreds of native herbs and roots.

Our mountain culture is the heritage and tradition of neighbor helping neighbor and skills learned from one and passed to another.