Callan Steinmann and Sage Kincaid lead an in-depth gallery conversation of George Segal's sculpture "Young Woman in Doorway."
Atlanta-based photographers Christina Price Washington and Nancy Floyd will discuss their work in the group exhibition "Continuum: Space & Time in Contemporary Photography."
The seventh annual "Georgia Small Works Exhibit" includes multiple mediums 14"x14" or smaller.
Celebrate four new exhibitions in the galleries with light snacks, libations and music.
See the latest creations. The studio's "seconds" will be 25% off.
See 20 fire hydrants that have been creatively painted by local artists. A two-mile H2O Water Walk will take you past each hydrant of the public art project. Celebrate 80 years of drinking water with cake and art activities.
(Our Hope Space, 160 Tracy St.) Ian McFarlane's exhibition "You Don't Know How it Feels" is a series of black-and-white portraits of female millennials.
Artist Judy Bolton Jarrett "300 Seasons: A Colorful Journey," featuring a new collection of paintings.
Docents lead a tour of highlights from permanent collection.
Sarah Kate Gillespie, curator of American art, leads a tour of "Icon of Modernism: Representing the Brooklyn Bridge, 1883-1950."
Lisa Freeman presents a collection of "Miniature World" assemblages, among other pieces, in "VAPORS (Lost and Forgotten)." Works by the Athens Fibercraft Guild and ceramics by members of the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation will also be on view.
View winning entries in the Poe-tober Art Competition. Tatiana Veneruso, Tammy Gerson and Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor will present the awards. Edgar Allan Poe may make a special appearance.
Seven galleries stay open late the third Thursday of every month. Participating galleries include the Georgia Museum of Art, Lamar Dodd School of Art, ATHICA, Lyndon House Arts Center, Ciné, the GlassCube & Gallery @ Hotel Indigo and The Classic Center.
See spooky artwork by Dan Smith, Missy Kulik, Lauren Gregg, Mike Groves, Lou Kregel, Eric Hernandez, Kira Hegeman, Klon Waldrip, Cap Man Straehla, Brian Kindamo, Marilyn Estes, Steven Milsap, Tex Crawford, Charley Ferlito, Rachel Blair, Blackbird Jenny and Will Eskridge.
Lickskillet features over 60 artists booths, artist demonstrations, performances by local musicians, children's activities and food trucks as well as Ware-Lyndon Historic House tours.
Beth Thompson's exhibition, "Ocean Bound: Upstream and Downstream," includes kaleidoscopic photographs of the Broad River and its tributaries. The images are part of her larger "Possible Perceptions" series.
"Sound Check" is a series of watercolor portraits of Athens musicians by local painter Jackie Dorsey. Live music by Sam Burchfield begins at 8 p.m.
The Athens Area Arts Council presents a discussion on self-publishing for artists. Speaker Kristen Morales is a journalist and owner of Paper Forest.