Events at the Ferst Center for the Arts

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A book cover reads 36 hour playfest presented by dramatech begins April 9 premieres April 10.
April 10, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Theater

Georgia Tech students create and perform original theater.

Four women are dancing on a stage, empty theater chairs visible behind them. They are in various stages of jumping, running, reaching, and bending. There is a purple light cast over them.
April 14, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Contemporary Dance

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company dancer and Georgia-native Chanel Howard will work with ImmerseATL Artists to present Continuous Replay: Come Together.

A woman with short hair, dark and cropped close on the sides and blond and flat on the top, is lying on her stomach, her hands clasped on the floor in front of her. An all-black guitar lies on the floor next to her. She is wearing a black and white panda furry panda suit.
April 15, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Composer and guitarist Kaki King returns to Georgia Tech with a selection of songs from her 20-plus year career as well as new material from her most recent album, Modern Yesterdays.

In a darkened room, casually dressed young men and women sit in a semicircle with laptop computers on their laps, intently looking at their screens. The glow from their screens illuminates their faces.
April 16, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Georgia Tech Laptop Orchestra and New Music Ensemble: Sound, Score, and Place: An Evening of World Premieres for Atlanta

 

A black and white photograph of musicians on stage, smoke illuminated in the spotlights, the men playing guitar, bass, drums, and singing. Below and in front of them are concert-goers, looking up at the stage.
April 17, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Three bands under the direction of Nat Condit-Schultz will play a variety of modern and classic rock music.

50 men and women stand in three rows on risers so they are all visible. The men wear black suits and the women wear long black dresses. Behind and above them is visible a large sheet of music which seems to be for the organist.
April 18, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

In a sunny room with floor to ceiling windows along one side, four musicians are playing electric guitar, drums, saxophone, and upright bass.
April 18, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Small jazz combos playing traditional repertoire from various periods of jazz history.

A woman stands on stage on a conductor’s platform. She is wearing a black pants suit, her back is towards us, her arms are raised in front of her with a baton in her right hand. She is looking to her left. Visible to one side are several musicians playing cellos and violins.
April 19, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra has been reconfigured as chamber groups for string players, studying a wide variety of chamber literature from the Classical through Contemporary periods, with an emphasis on under-represented composers.

A projection of watery blue patterns of light are cast on two drum heads, each being held vertically and struck with a drumstick.
April 19, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Georgia Tech Percussion Ensembles perform a variety of works for percussion.

Four musicians are seated, playing saxophones and leaning towards the music stands in front of them. Facing them we can see the pianist in profile. Behind them is a brick wall illuminated in a fluorescent yellow.
April 20, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music

Georgia Tech Jazz Ensembles play traditional musical repertoire from the 1930s to present day. 

A male and female dancers are silhouetted against a backlit studio wall. The female is on the ground in arabesque en l'air and the man stands posed atop the barre in arabesque en terre.
April 23, 2021, April 24, 2021, April 25, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

 

This program includes a collection of new works choreographed and performed by Atlanta Ballet 2 dancers as well as a selection of excerpts from classical ballets.

 

A male and female dancers are silhouetted against a backlit studio wall. The female is on the ground in arabesque en l'air and the man stands posed atop the barre in arabesque en terre.
April 23, 2021, April 24, 2021, April 25, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

 

This program includes a collection of new works choreographed and performed by Atlanta Ballet 2 dancers as well as a selection of excerpts from classical ballets.

 

A male and female dancers are silhouetted against a backlit studio wall. The female is on the ground in arabesque en l'air and the man stands posed atop the barre in arabesque en terre.
April 23, 2021, April 24, 2021, April 25, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

 

This program includes a collection of new works choreographed and performed by Atlanta Ballet 2 dancers as well as a selection of excerpts from classical ballets.

 

thousands of points of white light on a dark background, a visual representation of data on a computer screen
April 9, 2021, April 30, 2021

AMYGDALA will be open on the Arts Plaza in front of the Ferst Center for the Arts, April 5-30, 2021. No ticket or purchase required.

Thin saplings and branches have been woven together in the shape of cube-like buildings with arched doors and windows.
April 30, 2021

Georgia Tech EcoCommons
Ferst Drive and State Street NW
Now open for viewing

World-renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty was commissioned by Georgia Tech to create one of his unique, large-scale art installations, and it is ready for you to explore!

Three white walls, at 90 degree angles to each other, are hung with more than 30 different flat, rectangular canvas each covered in different combinations of industrial safety tape.
April 30, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts is excited to announce that the collection of public art on campus is growing with the latest installation of a commissioned work by multimedia artist Christopher Paul Dean in the Georgia Tech Police headquarters on Hemphill Avenue. Their doors are always open, so come see for yourself!

Atlanta Ballet dancer Emma Guertin wears a white leotard with skirt and satin point shoes and has her leg in balloné devant. Her arms are raised, and she is set against a deep blue sky.
April 30, 2021, May 1, 2021, May 2, 2021, May 7, 2021, May 8, 2021, May 9, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

Atlanta Ballet presents a selection of pieces that have been featured in Atlanta Ballet’s Silver Linings virtual spring season programs, including Claudia Schreier’s newly created work, Pleiades Dances

 

Atlanta Ballet dancer Emma Guertin wears a white leotard with skirt and satin point shoes and has her leg in balloné devant. Her arms are raised, and she is set against a deep blue sky.
April 30, 2021, May 1, 2021, May 2, 2021, May 7, 2021, May 8, 2021, May 9, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

Atlanta Ballet presents a selection of pieces that have been featured in Atlanta Ballet’s Silver Linings virtual spring season programs, including Claudia Schreier’s newly created work, Pleiades Dances

 

Atlanta Ballet dancer Emma Guertin wears a white leotard with skirt and satin point shoes and has her leg in balloné devant. Her arms are raised, and she is set against a deep blue sky.
April 30, 2021, May 1, 2021, May 2, 2021, May 7, 2021, May 8, 2021, May 9, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

Atlanta Ballet presents a selection of pieces that have been featured in Atlanta Ballet’s Silver Linings virtual spring season programs, including Claudia Schreier’s newly created work, Pleiades Dances

 

Atlanta Ballet dancer Emma Guertin wears a white leotard with skirt and satin point shoes and has her leg in balloné devant. Her arms are raised, and she is set against a deep blue sky.
April 30, 2021, May 1, 2021, May 2, 2021, May 7, 2021, May 8, 2021, May 9, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

Atlanta Ballet presents a selection of pieces that have been featured in Atlanta Ballet’s Silver Linings virtual spring season programs, including Claudia Schreier’s newly created work, Pleiades Dances

 

Atlanta Ballet dancer Emma Guertin wears a white leotard with skirt and satin point shoes and has her leg in balloné devant. Her arms are raised, and she is set against a deep blue sky.
April 30, 2021, May 1, 2021, May 2, 2021, May 7, 2021, May 8, 2021, May 9, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

Atlanta Ballet presents a selection of pieces that have been featured in Atlanta Ballet’s Silver Linings virtual spring season programs, including Claudia Schreier’s newly created work, Pleiades Dances

 

Atlanta Ballet dancer Emma Guertin wears a white leotard with skirt and satin point shoes and has her leg in balloné devant. Her arms are raised, and she is set against a deep blue sky.
April 30, 2021, May 1, 2021, May 2, 2021, May 7, 2021, May 8, 2021, May 9, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

Atlanta Ballet presents a selection of pieces that have been featured in Atlanta Ballet’s Silver Linings virtual spring season programs, including Claudia Schreier’s newly created work, Pleiades Dances

 

Three female dancers, bare feet, are dressed in black leotards with black pants. They balance on one on the ground, while the other leg and arms are outstreched. A vivid purple background is behind them.
May 15, 2021, May 16, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

 

Featuring a diverse mix of choreography from ballet to contemporary to tap, these performances highlight the wide array of the professional dancers that call Atlanta home.

 

Three female dancers, bare feet, are dressed in black leotards with black pants. They balance on one on the ground, while the other leg and arms are outstreched. A vivid purple background is behind them.
May 15, 2021, May 16, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

 

Featuring a diverse mix of choreography from ballet to contemporary to tap, these performances highlight the wide array of the professional dancers that call Atlanta home.

 

Four dancers are posed as a classical quartet. The three women wear pale blue leotards with gauzy white skirts. The man wears a white T shirt and black tights.
May 17, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance

 

Terminus School of Modern Ballet presents the inaugural performance of the Terminus Student Company. Spring Showcase highlights a mix of classical ballet and contemporary dance as well as introduces up-and-coming young choreographic voices.

 

The setting is an outdoors, the woods and grass surrounding a low stage. A male dancer sits, one hand touching the ground, the other gently cupping the female dancer's face. She is posed in a deep arabesque towards the man, her face in his hand and her upper arm and leg extended skyward.
May 18, 2021

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Dance Preview and Conversation

 

Georgia Tech Arts and Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre (TMBT) are bringing to life the fast-evolving and merging fields of neuroscience, technology, and A.I. InterActions brings forth the neuroethical questions at play with our audience, alongside an exclusive sneak-peek preview performance into the creative process.

 

Cast members Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis, and Joel Murray are all smiles for the camera as three of them jump in the air..
August 4, 2021

NEW DATE: Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 8 p.m. 

Martin Media, producer of Whose Live Anyway?, has decided to POSTPONE the August 20, 2020 performance to August 4, 2021.