Georgia Magazine - January 2011 - (Page 10)

January 2011 Compiled by Kate ConKle Frontier photographer A nsel Adams’ photography is celebrated worldwide— especially his images of Western landscapes. Through Feb. 20, the Booth Western Art Museum, in Cartersville, presents its largest temporary exhibit to date. Ansel Adams: A Legacy showcases more than 130 photographs that Adams gave to The Friends Ansel Adams: A Legacy, through Feb. 20, Booth of Photography to represent Western Art Museum, Cartersville. More than 100 his legacy. The exhibit inoriginal photographs spanning Ansel Adams’ career. cludes all originals, a (770) 387-1300. century darkroom replica, a walk-in camera structure with footage of Adams and a baby grand player piano representing his early career as a concert pianist. Don’t miss the largest tribute ever held in Georgia to one of America’s most appreciated visual artists. —Katie Conkle “Faculty Biennial” Art Exhibit, Jan. 10Feb. 4, Gainesville State College’s Roy C. Moore Art Gallery, Gainesville. Reception Jan. 12. (678) 717-3707. Rabun Trout Unlimited Rendezvous, Jan. 11, Dillard House, Dillard. Pig-pickin, music, raffles, silent auctions, guest speakers, dinner. (800) 541-0671. Faculty Recital, Jan. 24, Glenn Auditorium, Young Harris. Featuring vocal and instrumental music. (800) 241-3754. “Jennifer Pozner: Project Brainwash— Why Reality TV is Bad for Women,” Jan. 24-25, Gainesville Campus, Gainesville. Speaking to entertain and inform. (800) 735-4933. Behind The Scenes Tour, Jan. 25, John S. Burd Center, Gainesville. See behind the scenes of the upcoming shows “Intimate Apparel” and “The Underpants.” www.gaines (678) 717-3624. Caricatures in Wood with Gary Falin, Jan. 28, 29, 30, Sautee Nacoochee Center, Sautee Nacoochee. Learn techniques to improve carvings, go home with finished product. (706) 878-3300. HiStoriC HiGH Country 7th Annual Kids Cowboy Up! through Jan. 9, Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville. Work displayed from young artists, ranging from elementary to high school. (770) 387-1300. Study of Libra, Jan. 9, Sunrise Planetarium, Fairmount. A study of Libra and its minor constellations. www.campsunrise. com. (706) 337-2775. Winter Cyclo-Cross, Jan. 9, 16, 23, Lock and Dam Park, Rome. Fun road/mountain cycling competition with obstacles. (706) 2354866. 32nd Annual 17K Hogpen Hill Climb, Jan. 14-15, Helen. 5K Piglet Run, 17K Potbelly Run to Hogpen Gap, 80K bike race. (706) 754-5313. Hazen’s Approach March: Behind-theScenes Tour, Jan. 15, Pickett’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site, Dallas. Ranger-led tour follows Union Gen. William B. Hazen’s approach route to the Battle of Pickett’s Mill. (770) 443-7850. “The Ballad of Baby Doe,” Jan. 21-22, DeSoto Theatre, Rome. Opera retelling the true story of Elizabeth “Baby Doe” Tabor and her marriage to a rich silver entrepreneur. music_opera.htm. (706) 233-7288. “Some Enchanted Evening—Rogers and Hammerstein,” Jan. 21-23, 28-30, Canton Theatre, Canton. An evening of some of the most beloved music ever written for the 10 musical theatre. (770) 591-0282. Public Observations, Jan. 24, University of West Georgia Observatory, Carrollton. If the sky is clear, the public will have an opportunity to glimpse sun, moon, planets, nebulas, star clusters and galaxies. www. (678) 839-4095. James Gregory—“The Funniest Man in America,” Jan. 27, Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton. A unique brand of “Southern Fried Comedy.” (706) 2727676. atlanta metro Chocolate: Seed to Sweet, through Jan. 2, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta. An interactive journey on the history of worldwide uses of chocolate. atlantabotanicalgarden. org. (404) 876-5859. Holidays in the Garden, through Jan. 2, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta. Holiday model trains, botanical Express, seasonal displays, holiday market, reindog parade, high tea. (404) 876-5859. “Madeline’s Christmas,” through Jan. 2, Horizon Theatre, Atlanta. Family holiday musical based on book by Ludwig Bemelmans. (404) 584-7450. nortHeaSt GeorGia mountainS 14th Annual Polar Bear Swim, Jan. 1, Lake Lanier, Gainesville. Support the athletes at the Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club. Registered participants receive T-shirt, hot chili or soup, dessert, drink and a hot shower. (770) 287-7888. Annie Sellick Quartet, Jan. 7, Smithgall Arts Center, Gainesville. Enjoy the musicality and storytelling of Annie backed up by her spot-on jazz quartet. www.theartscoun (770) 534-2787. Twilight Stroll 5K Road Race, Jan. 7, downtown, Elberton. (706) 283-5651. Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet Concert, Jan. 8, Piedmont College Chapel, Demorest. (706) 778-8500, ext. 1211. More online at 13th Annual Iranian Film Festival, Jan. 7-8, 1415, 21-22, Memorial Arts Building, High Museum, Atlanta. Featuring seasoned, award-winning filmmakers Bahman Motamedian and Ramtin Lavafipour and the debuts of several filmmakers including Shalizeh Arefpour and Shirin Neshat. (404) 733-4570. GEORGIA MAGAZINE

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Georgia Magazine - January 2011

Georgia Magazine - January 2011
Picture This?
Georgia News
Special Energy Report
A Country Boy Rolls
A Weekend in the Country
Around Georgia
My Georgia
Georgia Cooks
2011 Readers’ Choice Awards Entry Form
Cookbook of the Month

Georgia Magazine - January 2011