Book signings, author lectures, and book sales galore this weekend at the Decatur Book Festival. Friday through Sunday at various venues throughout the city of Decatur, with the main part of the festival situated on the Square. This festival and more after the jump this labor day weekend in the weekend arts agenda.
My Name is Asher Lev at the Balzer Theatre is a piece based on the Chaim Potok autobiographical novel bearing the same name, playing now through September 16. An evening performance today, Fri., at 7:30 p.m., tickets here.
Dragon Con, when nerds invade Atlanta disguised as Storm Troopers and popular Anime characters, need we say more? Hotels have gotten pretty strict on letting people inside, so if you aren't packing a much-coveted pass, you might want to get dressed up to and try to sneak in! Also check out the parade Saturday morning.
Charlie Brouwer gives an artist talk at 4 p.m. to close out his Now I Lay Me exhibit at Whitespace Gallery. His installation piece for the exhibit is definitely worth a trip to the gallery.
Modern Now Gallery hosts a final round of artist talks for their inaugural Body of Work exhibition. Artists Walt Woodall and Phil Dale will be at the gallery all evening discussing their work and meeting with gallery visitors, from 6-10 p.m.
Sunday Southern Art Revival is a group of Atlanta based artists that gather to exchange thoughts on art, share stories and ideas, techniques, and a few beers and covered dishes too! Gathering this Sunday, from 3-9 p.m. at Blue Mark Studios.
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