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SCAD holds a three-day Open Studio event Friday–Sunday (November 13–15), showcasing more than 700 works by students, alumni and faculty in illustration, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. The Open Studio is entirely virtual, giving collectors and art enthusiasts anywhere access to work by the university’s artistic community. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the SCAD Student Relief Fund. Browse or buy HERE.


Out of Hand Theater holds its next Equitable Dinner, combining art and conversation, from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday (November 15). The topic is racial equity and activism. The all-virtual evening begins with a short play written by the Rev. Candi Dugas of the Church Within a Church Movement and Working Title Playwrights. Nathaniel Smith, founder and chief equity officer of Partnership for Southern Equity, also will speak. Moderated breakout sessions follow. Free. Please register HERE.
Atlanta Contemporary opens its studios virtually from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday–Sunday (November 14–15), one of three times it does so each year. Saturday’s artists are Darien Arikoski-Johnson, Marc Brotherton, MaDora Frey, Jane Foley, Myra Greene, Sara Hornbacher, Julie Kouneski and Dianna Settles. Sunday’s artists are InKyoung Chun, Jaime Keiter, Kirstin Mitchell, Kelly Taylor Mitchell, Jeffrey Wilcox Paclipan and JD Walsh. Details and registration HERE.


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