EVENTS

  • A Gathering of Continents

    Ongoing from March 10, 2015 - June 26, 2015

    Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, 500 10th St. NW, Atlanta, GA

    Georgia Tech’s Price Gilbert Memorial Library and the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking are giving visitors a unique passport back in time to the early mappings of the earth by featuring A Gathering of Continents, an exhibit showcasing a 17th century atlas.

    Joan Blaeu’s Grooten Atlas, also referred to as Atlas Major, was published in Amsterdam between 1662-65. The nine-volume atlas remains the foremost European atlas published in the 17th Century.

  • DramaTech welcomes the A-Town Throw Down to Georgia Tech

    May 24, 2015, 9:00 am

    DramaTech Theatre inside the Ferst Center for the Arts

    DramaTech is pleased to welcome the A-Town Throw Down to Georgia Tech for the first time. The A-Town Throw Down is a full three-day stage combat workshop sanctioned by the Society of American Fight Directors.

    (You must be at least 18 years old to register)

    Registration Includes:

    -Three full days of classes from some of the SAFD’s best

  • DramaTech presents DOWN THE ROAD

    June 19, 2015, 8:00 pm

    DramaTech Theatre behind the Ferst Center for the Arts

    DOWN THE ROAD centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple—Dan and Iris Henniman—grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society?

  • DramaTech presents DOWN THE ROAD

    June 20, 2015, 8:00 pm

    DramaTech Theatre behind the Ferst Center for the Arts

    DOWN THE ROAD centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple—Dan and Iris Henniman—grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society?

  • DramaTech presents DOWN THE ROAD

    June 25, 2015, 8:00 pm

    DramaTech Theatre behind the Ferst Center for the Arts

    DOWN THE ROAD centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple—Dan and Iris Henniman—grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society?

  • DramaTech presents DOWN THE ROAD

    June 26, 2015, 8:00 pm

    DramaTech Theatre behind the Ferst Center for the Arts

    DOWN THE ROAD centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple—Dan and Iris Henniman—grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society?

  • DramaTech presents DOWN THE ROAD

    June 27, 2015, 8:00 pm

    DramaTech Theatre behind the Ferst Center for the Arts

    DOWN THE ROAD centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple—Dan and Iris Henniman—grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society?