ACE/FRANCISCO GALLERY & OX FINE ART (675 Pulaski St.) “The View From Here: Three Master Painters Consider the Landscape” shares recent works by John Cleaveland, Julyan Davis and Philip Juras. Open through Oct. 15 by appointment.
ARTWALL@HOTEL INDIGO ATHENS (500 College Ave.) New York-based photographers Lucy Reback and Megan Reilly share a collection of intimate vignettes of their relationship in addition to snapshots before they met.
THE ATHENAEUM (287 W. Broad St.) Brooklyn-based artist and educator Kameelah Janan Rasheed presents “SMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTH OPERATOR,” an exhibition examining the poetics and power of machine learning. Through Dec. 1.
ATHENS INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART: ATHICA (675 Pulaski St.) Juried by Liz Andrews of the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, “MOOD: 2022 Juried Exhibition” presents works by 37 contemporary artists who explore or reference mood in all of its many forms. Opening Reception Oct. 15, 6–8 p.m. Through Nov. 20.
ATHICA@CINÉ GALLERY (234 W. Hancock Ave.) “In Search of Mutisia” presents three-dimensional constructions by Nancy Barbosa that were inspired by the landscapes of Blue Ridge, GA. Through Oct. 25.
CIRCLE GALLERY AT UGA COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN (Jackson Street Building) Cameron Berglund’s exhibition, “Design (Sketch) Process,” focuses on the role of hand and digital sketching throughout the design process. Through Dec. 6.
CLASSIC CENTER (300 N. Thomas St.) “Spotlight: Paintings by Amy Watts” presents bold, colorful canvases full of cowgirls, farmers, miners and Indigenous people. • “Light Bright” presents works by Caitlin Gal, Allison McPheeters and Alivia Patton, who all utilize simple circles to create inspiring works.
DODD GALLERIES (270 River Rd.) In “Intangible Memories,” MFA candidate Huey Lee investigates the condition of clay and how it exists as a relic of his emotional record expressed as a visual language. Through Oct. 13. • MFA candidate Meredith Emery presents “standing by the fall,” an exhibition reflecting on the climate crisis. Through Oct. 13. • MFA candidates Rachel Seburn and Ethan Snow present alternative building practices in “Absurd Construction.” Through Oct. 13. • “Yevgeniya Baras & Pete Schulte” brings together the work of two artists to create a broader dialogue on abstraction, line and color as it coincides in contemporary painting and drawing. Through Nov. 10. • Atlanta-based artist Madora Frey presents a site-specific installation for the “Wall Works” series. Through Nov. 14.
EARTH FARE (1689 S. Lumpkin St.) Susan Pelham’s collages are inspired by Magic Realism, Surrealism, nursery rhymes and folk tales. Through October.
FLICKER THEATRE & BAR (263 W. Washington St.) Spooky art in celebration of Halloween. Through October.
GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART (90 Carlton St.) “Trick of Treat” is a pop-up exhibition of spooky, scary and supernatural works from the museum’s collection. Oct. 13, 5–9 p.m. • “Infinity on the Horizon” highlights modern and contemporary works that expand common understandings of landscapes. Through Dec. 31. • “Reckonings and Reconstructions: Southern Photography from The Do Good Fund.” Through Jan. 8. • “Allison Janae Hamilton: Between Life and Landscape.” Through Feb. 5. • “Kristin Leachman: Longleaf Lines” focuses on close-up views of the patterns and biology of the longleaf pine and its ecosystem. Through Feb. 5. • On view in the Jane and Harry Willson Sculpture Garden, “Jane Manus: Undaunted” includes five large abstract works. Through Feb. 12. • “In Dialogue: Henry Ossawa Tanner, Mentor and Muse.” Through June 18. • “Decade of Tradition: Highlights from the Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Collection.” Through July 3.
GLASSCUBE@INDIGO (500 College Ave.) Zane Cochran presents “Aurora,” a sculptural interpretation of the aurora borealis using 3D geometric figures and lights.
HEIRLOOM CAFE (815 N. Chase St.) Susie Burch shares “A Little Of This And A Little Of That,” a selection of acrylic and watercolor pieces. Through October.
HENDERSHOT’S (237 Prince Ave.) The Nirvinyl Album Art Museum presents “Nirvinyl 1 Revisited & Halloween Selections.” Through mid-November.
KRIMSON KAFE (40 Greensboro Hwy., Watkinsville) Susan Pelham’s collages are inspired by Magic Realism, Surrealism, nursery rhymes and fables. Through October.
LYNDON HOUSE ARTS CENTER (211 Hoyt St.) Collections from our Community presents Carrie Slayton’s tarot cards and crystal skulls. Through Nov. 12. • Cedric Smith presents a series of portraits for “Window Works,” a site-specific series that utilizes the building’s front entrance windows for outdoor art viewing. Reconfiguring playing cards of kings and queens, his portraits question the absence of Black figures in the country’s graphic history. Through Dec. 21. • “The Ties That Bind: The Paradox of Cultural Survival amid Climate Events” presents sculptures by Anina Major and photographs by Tamika Galanis. Through Nov. 30. • The biennial Clarke County School District student art exhibition “RE-” features works by students in Kindergarten through 12th grade in all mediums. Opening reception Oct. 18, 5:30–7 p.m. Currently on view Jan 14.
MADISON-MORGAN CULTURAL CENTER (434 S. Main St., Madison) “FARM 2022” explores the current state of the Southern agrarian way of life by pairing regional artists with local farms for inspiration. Participating artists include Keith Bennett, Chris Cook, Mollye Daughtry, Lee Harper, Elizabeth Collin Hanes, Charmaine Minniefield and Teresa Bramlette Reeves. Through Oct. 29.
MASON-SCHARFENSTEIN MUSEUM OF ART (567 Georgia St., Demorest) An exhibition of paintings by the late Art Rosenbaum, an artist, musician, folklorist and first Wheatley Professor of Fine Arts at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. Through Oct. 13.
OCONEE CULTURAL ARTS FOUNDATION (34 School St., Watkinsville) “Serenity: Paintings by Anna Desio” showcases watercolor landscapes. “Warrior Women from Invisible to Formidable: One Hundred Strong” includes over 100 ceramic figures created by Alice Woodruff over the span of five years. The exhibition is the culmination of three series, each depicting the mass victimization of women, women’s roles and importance, and their bravery. Through Nov. 11.
ODUM SCHOOL OF ECOLOGY GALLERY (140 E. Green St.) Natural science illustrator C Olivia Carlisle shares insect, botanical and ecosystems illustrations using graphite, carbon pencil, watercolor, acrylic, ink, color pencils and Adobe Photoshop. Through May.
THE ROOK & PAWN (294 W. Washington St.) “Carnival” presents works by 27 local artists including Beaux Xavier, Ed Edderson, Josh Anderssen, Gaby Dellipointi, Mary Sinsheimer and more. Through Oct. 31.
STATE BOTANICAL GARDEN OF GEORGIA (2450 S. Milledge Ave) Vicky Tavernier and Jenifer Borg’s collaborative exhibition, “Words About Birds, Insights About Insects,” is made up of playful collages of found and altered objects with accompanying poems. Through Nov. 20. TIF SIGFRIDS (393 N. Finley St.) In his weeklong performance, Los Angeles-based artist Tim Youd will retype James Dickey’s 1970 novel Deliverance as well as Dickey’s own screenplay of the novel. Performance Oct. 17–21, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Reception Oct. 19, 5–7 p.m.
TINY ATH GALLERY (174 Cleveland Ave.) Artwork by Valley StipeMaas. Open for Third on Oct. 20. On view through October by appointment.
UGA SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIES (300 S. Hull St.) “Georgia on my Mind: Finding Belonging in Music History” explores the genres, spaces and performers who have helped to define music in the state over time. Through Dec. 9. • “Unequal by Design: Housing in Georgia and America” draws upon historic government documents, photographs, historic newspapers and other records to trace the evolution of housing policy, tackling issues such as zoning, gentrification and suburbanization. Through May 26. • “A Chance to Play: Title IX and Women’s Athletics at UGA” celebrates 50 years of women’s sports at UGA.
VIVA ARGENTINE (247 Prince Ave.) A retrospective exhibit of paintings by the late Chatham Murray in celebration of what would have been her 80th birthday. Through October.
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