Discover the history of the word “motherfucker” through dance (no, really) with choreographer T. Lang’s Mother/Mutha and take a look at some very big murals at the High this weekend. More events after the jump — although nothing for Sunday.
Sculptor and GSU prof Kelly O'Brien explores “the fragile boundaries that separate beautiful from grotesque” in her new exhibit, Putting Lipstick On A Sculpture, opening 7 p.m. Friday at Callanwolde.
The Bill Lowe Gallery is opening Expose exposed the quantum earth a new exhibit of hand-carved wood by Korean artist Cha Jongyre.
The High Museum will feature Hale Woodruff's famous Talladega Murals that were on display in the school's library.
DRAWN: From Athens at Hudgens Center for the Arts explores the act of drawing as a creative act of discovery.
Linearity a group show at MINT Gallery examines what happens from point A to point B.
Get out there and see some art!
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