The Guild welcomes all amateur and professional fiber artists including knitters, crocheters, weavers, spinners, fabric designers, basket makers, quilters and embroiderers. The meeting will begin with an ice cream social then Linda Greiss will teach everyone how to make an ornament.
(S151) Sondra Perry's work focuses on her black identity using video montage.
Melissa Merrill's exhibition shares botanical and entomological illustrations. The UGA Entomology Department will present an insect zoo.
This month's titles are March by John Lewis and I Have Heard of a Land by Joyce Carol Thomas. Newcomers welcome.
(Prince Ave.) KL Pereira celebrates A Dream Between Two Rivers: Stories of Liminality.
(Odum auditorium) "King of Sting" Justin O. Schmidt presents "Ant, wasp and bee stings: Paving the road for evolution of sociality in Hymenoptera." The talk will be followed by a book signing of Schmidt's most recent work The Sting of the Wild: The Story of the Man Who Got Stung for Science.
General trivia with host Jamie Pisarich.
Trivia hosted by Nic every Tuesday.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Rd.) Every Tuesday.
Win drinks, sweet treats and gift cards. Every Tuesday on the patio.
Sample "Que Syrah, Shiraz," wines.
(Grand Hall) Watch student organizations compete in an extravagant display of song and dance.
The ensemble will perform traditional and contemporary songs in the classic British Brass Band tradition.
Create Lego art and enjoy Lego-based activities. Legos provided. Ages 3–11.
Families and children 18 months–3 years can take a tour tailored for young children, listen to stories and participate in a hands-on activity. This month's theme is the Ceseri Collection.
Learn different drawing techniques. Ages 11–18.
Stories, songs and crafts for preschool-aged children and their caregivers.
(Alps Road Presbyterian Church) Connect with members of the club, college and community. Dr. Mandy Joye, an associate professor in UGA's marine sciences department, presents a lecture on ocean ecology.
Discuss issues at the county, state and national level at the water cooler end of the bar.
A one-hour lesson is followed by a two-hour dancing session. No experience or partner necessary. Every Tuesday.
Learn about Android Marshmallow (6.0).
Beginner to advanced skill levels welcome.
SERATONES Rock and roll band from Shreveport, LA.
PARTIALS Local psychedelic pop band with a rich, danceable sound.
THE BROKEN STRING BAND Athens band blending Western folk with indie rock.
OH, JEREMIAH Local alt-country band inspired by songwriters like Josh Ritter and Ryan Adams.
MDOU MOCTAR Tuareg songwriter and musician playing original electronic compositions.
DRUNKEN FOREIGNER BAND A psychedelic twist on the traditional music of Thailand and Laos.
THE TAXICAB VERSES Local group fronted by Jim Wilson and inspired by the traditional sounds of Ghana.
EMILEIGH IRELAND Local singer-songwriter and experimental performer.
ANTLERED AUNTLORD Fuzz-pop project fronted by local songwriter Jesse Stinnard.
GODDESS COMPLEX Local experimental project.
SANDY DENTURES No info available.
ECHO CONSTANT Local sample-based electronic project.
JOHN SWILLEY Local songwriter who blends gritty Southern rock, sultry R&B and Delta blues.
MOTHERFUCKER Hard-driving, riffy local rock and roll trio.
WAR BRIDES Sludgy, Chicago-based post-hardcore group.
TWELVES Angular noise-rock band from Madison, WI.
Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai "Rain the Color Blue with a Little Red in it" is an homage to Prince's Purple Rain, telling the story of a musician struggling to make it against all odds in the Tuareg guitar scene of Niger.