Art Around Town

Art Around Town

ACC LIBRARY (2025 Baxter St.) Lisa Freeman brings to light the mystery of the forgotten through “Furthermore,” an exhibition of assemblage art constructed from found objects and photographs. Through Jan. 2.

ARTWALL@INDIGO (500 College Ave.) “All of Nothing” considers the intersection of natural and industrial beauty through the works of Alexa Rivera, Christina Matacotta and Zahria Cook.

ATHENS INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART: ATHICA (675 Pulaski St.) “Duo: Kelly Boehmer and Mark Mcleod.” Through Jan. 16. 

ATHICA@CINÉ GALLERY (234 W. Hancock Ave.) Floridian artist Eddie Lohmeyer’s exhibition, “Entropic/Cinema: Selections for Eye Noise,” is a series of experimental video works that explore the relationship among the entropy of digital media and the birth of novel and unexpected landscapes through modes of spiritual abstraction. Through Dec. 25.

AURUM STUDIOS (125 E. Clayton St.) The Athens Plein Air Painters present a collection of framed pastels inspired by nature. 

CLASSIC CENTER (300 N. Thomas St.) “Hello, Welcome!” presents abstract worlds by Maggie Davis, Jonah Cordy, Carol MacAllister and Jason Matherly. • “Classic City” interprets the city of Athens, GA through the works of James Burns, Sydney Shores, Thompson Sewell and Allison Ward.

COMMUNITY (260 N. Jackson St.) A collection of paintings by Andy Cherewick. Through December.

CREATURE COMFORTS BREWING CO. (271 W. Hancock Ave.) René Shoemaker presents “The Doors of Athens,” a series of paintings on silk identifying local businesses by their main entrances. The exhibition is accompanied by a silk screened poster featuring 16 unique Athens businesses. Through Feb. 28.

FLICKER THEATRE & BAR (263 W. Washington St.) Jay Domingo presents an exhibition inspired by the monsters of Dungeons & Dragons. Through December.

Margaret Agner Margaret Agner’s pastel portrait of an Airstream is included in a group exhibition of works by the Athens Plein Air Painters currently on view at Aurum Studios.

GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART (90 Carlton St.) “Inside Look: Selected Acquisitions from the Georgia Museum of Art” features previously unseen works from the museum’s collection of over 18,000 objects. Through Jan. 30. • “Collective Impressions: Modern Native American Printmakers.” Through Jan. 30. • “In Dialogue: Views of Empire: Grand and Humble” displays two print collections that create a conversation about what it meant to be a working-class citizen in mid-19th-century Russia. Through Aug. 21. • “Jennifer Steinkamp: The Technologies of Nature.” Through Aug. 21.

GLASSCUBE@INDIGO (500 College Ave.) Zane Cochran presents “Aurora,” a sculptural interpretation of the aurora borealis using 3D geometric figures and lights. 

THE GRIT (199 Prince Ave.) The Grit presents a display of works created by staff members. Through Jan. 1.

HEIRLOOM CAFE (815 N. Chase St.) Multimedia artist Lois Songster renders plants and animals in combinations of gouache, color pencils, wood, watercolors, paper, pen and ink, digital art and more. Through Jan. 3.

JITTERY JOE’S DOWNTOWN (297 E. Broad St.) Tom Hancock’s mixed media works combine acrylic painting, drawing and found objects. Through December. 

LYNDON HOUSE ARTS CENTER (211 Hoyt St.) AJ Aremu presents a large-scale installation for “Window Works,” a site-specific series that utilizes the building’s front entrance windows for outdoor art viewing. • George Davison presents “Chants/Chance: Tincture, Totem & Charms,” a collection of whimsical assemblages. Through Jan. 1. • “Figure Ground” explores positive space versus negative space, or figure versus ground, through the artworks of Kevin Cole, William Downs, Phil Jasen, Susan Nees, Terry Rowlett, Kate Windley and Sunkoo Yuh. Through Jan. 15. • Curated by Kendall Rogers, “Curation of Self Image” includes works by Parawita Stamm, Anjali Howlett, Lauren Schuster, Monsie Troncosco, Emmie Harvard and Alan Barrett. Through Jan. 15. • “Follow Like Friend” investigates issues surrounding social media through the works of Alyssa Davis, Kimberly Riner and Stephanie Sutton. Through Jan. 15. • Collections From Our Community presents Bill Raines’ collection of antique toy pond boats. Through Jan. 16. • Curated by Maria Elias as part of the Guest BIPOC Curator program, “Dignos y sin Barreras” (“Dignified and without Barriers”) explores identity, body issues and mental health through the works of Alondra Arévalo, Bianca Becerra, Jorge Rocha and Elias. Through Mar. 12.

MADISON ARTISTS GUILD (125 W. Jefferson St., Madison) Folk artist Peter Loose presents “When Birds Gather.” Through Dec. 24.

MADISON-MORGAN CULTURAL CENTER (434 S. Main St., Madison) “MAG POPS!” is a group exhibition of artwork by members of the Madison Artists Guild. Through January.

OCONEE COUNTY LIBRARY (1080 Experiment Station Rd.) Artwork by Sam Watson. Through January. 

TINY ATH GALLERY (174 Cleveland Ave.) Ceramicist Amanda Jane Crouse and printmaker Amanda Jane Burk present “Amanda Jane VS Amanda Jane,” a collection of prints, paintings and sculptures. Open through December by appointment. 

UGA MAIN LIBRARY (320 S. Jackson St.) “Georgia Trailblazers: Honoring the 60th Anniversary of Desegregation at UGA” chronicles the historic events of 1961 when Hamilton Holmes and Charlene Hunter became the first African American students admitted to the university. 

UGA SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIES (300 S. Hull St.) The new Ted Turner Exhibition Hall and Gallery showcases CNN founder and environmentalist Ted Turner’s life and legacy through memorabilia, photographs and other items. • “Drinkable Water in Georgia” is an interactive exhibit tracing the geographic, environmental and political factors that surround the natural resource and how those issues have impacted Georgians. Through December. • “Not Only for Ourselves: The Integration of UGA Athletics” celebrates the 50th anniversary of integration of the Georgia Bulldogs football team. Through Spring 2022. • “At War With Nature: The Battle to Control Pests in Georgia’s Fields, Forests and Front Yards” includes 3D models of insects alongside newspaper articles, government documents and photos to take viewers through the entomological and horticultural wars that Georgians have waged in their own yards, as well as the environmental, ecological and public health concerns related to pests and eradication efforts. Through May 27.