Georgia Entertainment has announced an annual award to be presented at the company’s final event of the year. The Georgia Creative Champion of 2023 will be honored at the Georgia Entertainment 100 event in Uptown Buckhead. The award will be given to a professional that characterizes the passion, heart and progress of the state’s creative industries.
SCAD is excited to announce that Tony Award winner Adrienne Warren will make a dazzling special guest appearance in SCAD’s Holiday Spectacular concert Friday, Dec. 8 at the new SCADshow theater in Atlanta.
Georgia’s creative industries are bustling this month. There is so much happening as productions sprint to a brief holiday pause before full steam ahead in 2024. Mixed in with all this activity are several great events. Almost daily there are ways one can fill up their social calendar and we will do our best to keep covering these as they happen in our newsletter and social outlets.
The Southeastern Conference Football Championship Game will be held in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium through at least 2031, it was announced Thursday by the SEC, AMB Sports and Entertainment (AMBSE) and the Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA).
With a focus on linking film makers in one community to film makers in another community, the Athens Film Vertical…
The recently ended concurrent strikes in Hollywood seemed to threaten the overall film and TV production ecosystem, but they actually wound up strengthening an emergent source of finance for the industry: private credit.
Columbus Film Commissioner Joel Slocumb and Film Augusta’s Jennifer Bowen helped attendees understand what it takes to truly drive ‘heads in beds’ while also rallying and educating local businesses on how to best engage entertainment firms.
The Labor Exchange Platform is a component of WorkSource Georgia, which serves as the state’s employment and training system designed to bridge the gap between skilled individuals and job opportunities. WorkSource Georgia is administered by TCSG’s Office of Workforce Development.
The report, which surveyed over 1,000 Americans ages 16 to 25, found that Gen Z values flexible, creative jobs and careers where they can maintain a healthy work-life balance.
Ahead of the Georgia Unscripted Roadshow in Savannah on Saturday, Jezlan Moyet was interviewed by Becky Sattero for WTOC’s Morning Break.