Reflections: David C. Driskell, Remembering a Master is now open at September Gray Fine Art Gallery. It can be seen online or in person through April 16. Driskell (1931–2020), a native of Eatonton, Georgia, was an acclaimed artist, educator, curator, essayist and scholar. Reflections looks at his printmaking over the past 15 years. (The High Museum of Art exhibition David Driskell: Icons of Nature and History continues through May 9.)
378 Gallery’s Repurposed II: The Recovery closes Saturday (February 20) with talks by artists Terry Coffey, Aileen Loy, Rosser Shymanski and Jeffrey Wilcox. The gallery will be open 1–6 p.m., Saturday with the talks beginning at 4 p.m. They’ll be held outside, in front of the gallery, to allow for safe social distancing. The exhibition features pieces by 20-plus artists creating works from repurposed materials.
Synchronicity Theatre holds it next Toni Talk, part of a yearlong exploration of themes from Toni Morrison’s work, culminating with the company’s planned production of The Bluest Eye in June. The virtual talk — at 3:30 p.m. Saturday (February 20) — is titled “Mothers and Daughters: Experiences of Us” and will explore “the heart of tolerance — empathy, understanding and community — and how they can be used to confront issues like COVID-19, identity, race and social justice.” Free. Registration required. Go HERE.