Al2 Si2 O5 (OH)4

Through October 3, 2019 The clay mineral kaolinite is one of Georgia's most famous exports. It plays a role in almost everything you touch or use throughout the day, but have you ever really thought much about this fantastic mineral? Where does it come from? What does it look like...

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NOISE: Metagraphs by Sol Hill

Through November 18, 2019 Sol Hill’s photography-based "metagraphs" capture images from the world and show us alternate unacknowledged realities full of errant visual incident and covert meanings. Through a process that is both technological and poetic, Hill permits digital noise – extraneous energy in the form of light, heat, or cosmic...

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Earth + Fire

Through October 3, 2019 From pulverized fragments of the Earth's crust comes clay. Shaped by the artist's hand and made permanent by fire, the medium offers infinite options for the imagination. Clay may be nature's greatest contribution to the expression of the unquenchable human spirit. From folk art face jugs...

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Terra Animata by Andy Nasisse

May 17 – October 3, 2019 The most basic impulse of human imagination – the tendency to see things in things – is evident in Andy Nasisse’s newest body of work, Terra Animata, on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences from May 17th through October 3rd. This special...

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