A mariachi ensemble, Family Day at the Georgia Museum of Art, student performances from classical guitar to dance to a capella, a lecture by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead, a night of opera, the Dodd Market showcasing the talents of over 90 student artists… all of this and much more make up November’s Spotlight on the Arts festival at the University of Georgia.

The annual festival “calls attention to the enduring excellence in the arts and humanities at the University of Georgia,” said S. Jack Hu, the senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. All are welcome to the events, which are typically free or discounted for students. So, whether it’s attending performances by the Women’s and Men’s Glee Clubs, the Faculty Jazz Ensemble or the annual 4’33” Competition spotlighting student research and creative inquiry in the arts, the festival coordinated by the UGA Arts Council has something for everyone.

Read more about it and see the full list of events here.