ATHICA and Rose of Athens Theatre host a pre-Rumpus party with snacks, games and more. Wear your costume and march down to the parade together.
For artwork by local sculptor Duane Paxson. See Calendar Pick on p. 17.
Live music by Castaway, a foursome influenced by bossa nova, jazz and surf rock. Interactive visual art installation by Adriana T. Followed by an open jam.
(Room S151) Janice Kerbel is a Canadian artist living in London who is known for carefully constructed works that fuse the real and imaginary. Her work ranges from radio plays to print-based works to performances of sound and light. See Calendar Pick on p. 17.
Docents lead a tour of highlights from the permanent collection.
Laura Valeri, associate curator of European art, leads a tour of "The Nightmare Transported into Art: Odilon Redon's 'St. Anthony.'"
AthensHasArt! presents "After the Sun Goes Down," artwork by Tim Dominy and Frances Jemini.
These meetings are meant to build a community among local knitters and crocheters. Bring your current project, get comfy and mingle with fiber friends old and new.
Independent curator Mary Koon leads a tour of "Emilio Pucci in America."
For new landscape paintings by John Cleaveland.
Illustrator and tattoo artist David Hale hosts "Simple Gifts," a one-night pop-up gallery show of new original works of art and limited edition screen prints. The body of work is named after the Shaker Song by the same name, honoring mystical folk lineages from North America and around the world. Claire Campbell will perform. A percentage of proceeds from the event will benefit The Cottage.
Celebrate the 66th anniversary of the day GMOA opened its doors to the public. Explore highlights of the museum's permanent collection with a special scavenger hunt, design a birthday card inspired by your favorite work of art, and create your own button to take home.
Shop for original, handcrafted items like lathe-turned wooden yarn bowls by Steve Campbell, ceramic buttons and ornaments by Annette Gates, paintings by Susie Gwen Criswell and KnitClutch Project Bags by Holley Downs.
For artwork by printmaker Kristine Leschper, who will also perform songs.
Sarah Kate Gillespie, curator of American art, leads a tour of "American Landscape in the Permanent Collection."
Painters Jill Biskin, Andy Cherewick and Jim StipeMaas discuss visual art as a way of life, covering the collective expectations of artists, the solitary experience of the studio, balancing technical training with self-expression, the roles of artworks in the world, the art school experience and more. Part of UGA's Spotlight on the Arts.
GMOA director William U. Eiland leads a tour of the museum's permanent collection.
(Contact for address) View the home of Philip Juras, dozens of his fine art paintings and several works-in-progress in his backyard studio. Dr. Janice Simon, professor and expert on landscape painting, will speak briefly on Juras' work. Proceeds benefit WUGA. The station will air an interview with Juras on Nov. 13 at 3:15 p.m. Call or email for reservation.
Get a signed copy of Beauty Everyday: A Year of Southern Beauty by Rinne Allen, Kristen Bach and Rebecca Wood.