Africanology Realities in American Worlds - An exhibition of large-scaled, multi-media paintings and installations by Amiri Geuka Farris. Artist talk and opening reception: 2/12, 6-8pm. SSU Social Sciences Building Gallery
An Artistic Discovery - Annual United States Congressional High School Juried Art Exhibition for the Georgia 1st and 12th Districts. AASU Fine Arts Building, 11935 Abercorn St.
Art-O-Rama - A multi-media group show featuring a diverse range of local artists, including Betsy Cain, Matt Hebermehl, John Olenyik and more. Atwell's Art and Frames , 228 W. Broughton St.
Black Heritage Month Show - A trio of local artists. The show features Gullah-inspired sculptures from Judy Mooney and paintings from Richard Law and William Kwamena-Poh. Hospice Savannah Art Gallery, 1352 Eisenhower Dr.
Condition - Solo show of new work by Adam Davis. Reception 2/5, 6pm. OneNine Fine Art, 19 E. Bay St.
De Aarts Ob We People XIII - Gullah culture comes to life in this exhibit featuring paintings, sweetgrass baskets and sculptures. Greer Gallery at Art Center for Coastal Carolina, Hilton Head Island
Doublethink - An exhibition by SCAD Atlanta foundations faculty Rocio Rodriguez and Martha Whittington. Pinnacle Gallery , 320 E. Liberty St.
Endless Love - A group show featuring 15 local artists and centered around love. Kobo Gallery , 33 Barnard St.
Gendered - Desotorow Gallery, 2427 De Soto Ave., presents a juried art show Feb. 12-24. Reception Feb. 19, 6-9 p.m. Explores the themes of gender and identity and features: Chris Barfield, Francisco Correa-Cordero, M. M. Dupay, Natasha Giles, Lauren Juratovac, Haley Morris-Cafiero, Jennie Mynhier, Kelly M. Nelson, Ann Rowles, and Bart Vargas.
I Should Have Been A Cowgirl - Mixed media by Susie Clinard using discarded images of cowboys and Native American culture. Reception: 2/18, 6-9pm. Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.
L'Union Fait La Force - Haitian relief benefit exhibit at the new Oglethorpe Gallery, 406 E. Oglethorpe Ave., Susan Laney's first gallery project since she closed Savannah's Jack Leigh Gallery in 2008. Feb. 19-27, reception Feb. 19, 6-9pm. The exhibition features works by Steve Bliss, Lisa M. Robinson, Craig Stevens, Julio Garcia, Daniel E. mith, Sal Lopes, Jason Hoelscher, Katherine Sandoz, Pete Christman, Juliana Peloso and Ken Rosenthal. Half of sales will be donated to Oxfam America and Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) for Haiti relief Donations will be accepted at the door ($5 donation suggested but not necessary to enter).
Nature's Banquet: American Paintings from the Manoogian Collection - Landscapes by Hudson River School painters and American Impressionists are complemented by exquisite still lifes. SCAD Museum of Art, 227 MLK Jr. Blvd.
New Beginnings Youth Art - Celebrating the talent of local middle-school and high-school students. Works in this year's juried exhibition are based on the 2010 Black Heritage Festival theme, "Our Journey from a Glorious Past." S.P.A.C.E. Gallery , 9 W. Henry St.
Nothing Is As It Seems - New 3-D mixed media works from artist Malaika Favorite, inspired by poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar, exploring choices and their consequences. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.
Photos by Sam Scruggs - SCAD alumnus uses a unique process to capture dramatic images of Savannah at night. JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.
Spring Bouquet - A new series of floral photography from Margaret Brennan Cutter's Point Coffee, 7360 Skidaway Rd
Stylin' & Profilin' - The collaborative exhibit includes student artwork of fashion designs, fashion illustrations and photography. Runs through 2/26. Savannah Arts Academy, 500 Washington Ave.
Wild is the Wind - A group show organized as part of the "Africa on My Mind: Contemporary Art, Home and Abroad" exhibition series held in conjunction with SCAD's Third Biennial Art History Symposium. Gutstein Gallery , 201 E. Broughton St.