Cultural Events

2017- 2018 Cinema Gourmet


Enjoy a screening of a classic movie preceded by a tasting of delicious food from Indigo Coastal Shanty and an insightful talk about what makes the film a “must see.”

Tickets can be purchased online or at the Ritz Theatre Tues-Fri 9 am to 5 pm or

call  912-262-6934

For a complete line up of the Performing Arts Series, click here


2001: A Space Odyssey


2001: A Space Odyssey

October 12, 2017

Dr. Strangelove


Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

November 9, 2017


Mon Oncle


Mon Oncle

January 11, 2018

Much Ado About Nothing


Much Ado About Nothing

February 8, 2018





March 15, 2018

Some Like It Hot


Some Like It Hot

April 12, 2018



Tickets for Cinema Gourmet are $18/person for tasting, talk and film. Reservations must be made the Monday prior to the screening.

Tickets for talk & film are only $7/person and are available at the door the night of the screening.

Please note: Vegetarian options can be substituted if advance notice is given.  Unfortunately, all dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated.



Summer Classic Film Festival 

A full weekend of classic films from

1939 - Cinema's Greatest Year!

Free popcorn provided by MTR Real Estate, too!

The weekend begins Friday, July 13th @ 6:30pm, with a talk about what makes 1939 Cinema's Gretest Year, followed by 'Destry Rides Again' starring James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich.

Saturday @ 3pm -  The Women, starring Norma Shearer, Joan Croawford and Rosalind Russell

and @ 7pm - The Wizard of Oz, starring Judy Garland

Sunday @ 3pm - Best Picture Winner Gone with the Wind

An optional intermission dinner can be purchased in advance, provided by Indigo Coastal Shanty.

Weekend pass including Sunday meal only $35/person.

Weekend pass without meal only $20/person.

Sunday meal and movie $18/person.

Individual movie tickets $7/person.

Reservations for meal must be made by July 10th @ midnight.





Destry Rides Again

Friday, 7/13, talk at 6:30pm, screening @ 7:30pm 


         The Women                                 The Wizard of Oz

   Saturday, 7/14 @ 3pm                   Saturday, 7/14 @ 7pm

Gone With The Wind

Sunday, 7/15 @ 3pm

With optional intermission dinner provided by Indigo Coastal Shanty

Reservations required in advance

Ritz Theatre Gallery

Art and humanities exhibits in the Ritz Theatre Gallery are on display throughout the year featuring touring exhibits, local and regional artists and student art.

Exhibit openings coincide with First Friday in downtown Brunswick and feature and reception and a chance to meet the artist from 5 to 8 pm.

All exhibits are free and open to the public during regular gallery hours.

The Artwork of Gene Threats

7/6-27, 2018

The Artwork of Gene Threats


Glynn County Art Teachers' Art Exhibit


8/4 - 9/29

Glynn County Art Teachers' Art Exhibit


Vivian Mitchell

10/6 - 11/17

La Vivi's Designs in Fine Art

Vivian Mitchell

Annual Student Art Show

11/28 - 12/29

Annual Student Art Exhibit

Ann Marie Dalis



The Artwork of Ann Marie Dalis

The Big Read - 'Station Eleven'



The Big Read - Museum of Civilization

PTA Reflections Art Exhibit



PTA Reflections Art Exhibit

Re/UP-cycled Art Exhibit


Re/UP-cycled Art Exhibit

Angie Rea Jensen



Listening to Colors

Angie Rea Jensen


The Ritz Gallery is open
Tuesday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm
 or by appointment.

If you are an artist or artist's rep interested in an exhibit at the Ritz, please contact Golden Isles Arts & Humanities via email or our Contact page.



The community-wide reading initiative will return in 2018 with Emily St. John Mandel's award-winning novel, Station Eleven. The novel takes place in the Great Lakes region after a fictional swine flu epidemic known as the "Georgia Flu", has devastated the world, killing most of the population. 

Station Eleven is ultimately and intentionally a hopeful book, says Mandel. And it's a reminder that art—a play, a comic book, a musical interlude, a museum display, even an apocalyptic novel—can be the best means towards cultivating a civilization and preserving our humanity. Station Eleven describes a world of hope, of people coping with nostalgia and loss, both in the present and the future, of the power of art and relationships to fulfill us, sustain us, and nurture us back to our best selves.

      Calendar of Events              

Readers Guide  

On First Friday, February 3rd, we kick off The Big Read with our Museum of Civilization Exhibit Opening, as well as other exhibits and events throughout our community.

Please Contact us to find out how you can
be a part of this valuable and fun community-building initiative.


A great book combines enlightenment with enchantment. It awakens our imagination and enlarges our humanity. It can even offer harrowing insights that somehow console and comfort us. Whether you’re a regular reader already or making up for lost time, thank you for joining The Big Read.

The program is presented

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