The pages of THOM are emboldened by the creative community, both near and far, that trusts our writers, editors and photographers to capture their stories.
The amazing thinkers portrayed on our pages have journeys that far exceed THOM’s character limit, though. To truly breathe life into these tales, Thomasville Center for the Art’s beloved, bi-annual publication is reimagining our approach.
Starting with our new event series, THOM to Life.
After a dozen print runs, THOM still has plenty to say. We hope you’ll join us to celebrate this edition of THOM, knowing that a new one is always on the horizon.
Get to know the stars of our Spring | Summer 2019 edition, followed by a community question and answer session.
Thursday, May 2nd | 5: 30 – 7:30 p.m
International Design and Display Group Courtyard
125 N. Stevens Street, Thomasville
FREE | $10 donation encouraged
Mark your calendar. You’re going to want to remember this date.
On April 11th, Due South’s 2019 Rhythm & Roots singer-songwriter event is scheduled to put a little more soul in the South with the help of Southern rock royalty Randall Bramblett.
“Having someone with the musical pedigree of Randall Bramblett for Rhythm and Roots is a major win for us,” said David Flowers, owner of Flowers Auto Group and co-chair of Due South Art Food and Music Festival. “Randall is an outstanding lyricist and songwriter. In addition, the stories he will be able to share from his legendary career will surely make for a powerful evening of entertainment.”
Bramblett is known for collaborating with rock legends like Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers Band, Steve Winwood, The Band, Chuck Leavell, Widespread Panic and many others.
Bramblett recently penned the title track for the Blind Boys of Alabama’s new Grammy Award winning album, adding to a long catalog of songs covered by music’s favorite chart-topping artists.
Rhythm & Roots is a series of intimate concerts held throughout the year aimed at spotlighting various songwriters and the stories behind their craft. Hosted by the Thomasville Center for the Arts in conjunction with the Flowers Auto Group, the events help raise awareness and funding to support the future of art in our community. With his impressive career and Georgia roots, Bramblett is a natural fit for this spring’s Rhythm & Roots event.
Ready to get a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of this musical legend’s mind? Click here.
Rhythm & Roots is an intimate, BYOB evening, presented in partnership with Flowers Auto Group and Georgia Tourism. Guests are encouraged to come with a hunger for music.
Due South | Bourbon & Bagels
Chef-inspired cooking & mixology class.
Tuesday April 9, 2019 | 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Adults 21 & older
$50 per person | Click Here
Due South | Respect the Butter
Kids cooking class featuring local chef.
Wednesday April 10, 2019 | 4 – 5 p.m.
Pre-registered Kids 12 & Under Free
Seats are limited | Suggested Donation $10
Due South | Rhythm & Roots
An intimate, BYOB evening with singer-songwriters, presented in partnership with Flowers AutoGroup and Georgia Tourism.
April 11, 2019 | 7 – 10 p.m.
The Biscuit Company
$40 | Click here
Due South | ShinDig
Our Sponsor Party at Studio 209 is getting a refresh! Enjoy open bar, savory and sweet bites and a cook-off for the record books. Best seats in the house to enjoy Due South featuring Teddy and the Rough Riders, T Hardy Morris & headliner Nikki Lane.
April 13, 2019 | 5 – 11 p.m.
Ritz Amphitheater + Studio 209
21+ $100 ShinDig |Ages 6-20 $50| Click Here
Due South Concert | Presented by Thomasville National Bank
The big finale. Our open-air concert is the cornerstone of Due South Food and Music festival.
April 13, 2019 | 5 – 11 p.m.
$25 | Click Here