MOCA GA, celebrating its 20th season, reopens Saturday (noon-4 p.m., September 5) with one new and one Covid-19-delayed exhibition. The new exhibit is William Downs’ Drawings of Wildness and Stillness. Downs is part of the museum’s 2019-20 Working Artist Project. The delayed exhibit is Celebrating Georgia Artists of Hispanic/Latinx Origin, which has been reformatted into a series of four consecutive exhibits within MOCA’s entrance gallery. The Downs’ show runs through October 31. Celebrating Georgia Artists runs through October 11. The museum is open Thursday-Saturday. Reserve a time slot and purchase your ticket HERE. Members free; $5 nonmembers.
Out of Hand Theater holds its next Equitable Dinners event — still virtual — on September 20 (5-7 p.m.). This month’s conversation, on racial equity and voting rights, will begin with a short play written by Paris Crayton III and a presentation from Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, a national nonprofit civil-rights-advocacy organization. Virtual conversations in small groups follow. Free, but you must REGISTER to receive the Zoom link.
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