Through June 2 “Bob Kolbrener: 50 years in the West.” Through July 28 “Treasures from the Vault.” Through Aug. 4 “Six Navajo Masters: Abeyta, Begay, Johns, Whitehorse, Whitethorne & Yazzie.” Through Aug. 25 Booth Artists’ Guild. Aug. 25-Dec. 31 “Warhol and the West.”
501 Museum Dr., Cartersville. Tues.-Sun. 770/387-1300. boothmuseum.org
Through Aug. 11 “Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini,” explores the creation of Houdini by the poor Jewish immigrant Ehrich Weiss.
1440 Spring St. NW, Atl. Sun.-Fri. 678/222-3700. thebreman.org
Monthly Self-guided walking tours of area galleries on the second Friday of the month. castleberryhill.org
CENTER FOR PUPPETRY ARTS
Through Sept. 1 “Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal: World of Myth & Magic.” Ongoing Jim Henson Collection, interactive exhibit features iconic puppets and environments. Global Collection explores puppetry traditions in world cultures.
1404 Spring St. NW at 18th, Atl. Tues.-Sun. 404/873-3391. puppet.org
June 7-30 “Mr. & Mrs.” show highlights six couples who are all artists. Opening reception & Art Walk: 5-9 PM June 7. Aug. 2-31 “Curated by Design(er).” Opening reception & Art Walk, 5-9 PM Aug. 2.
25 West Park Square, Marietta. Tues.-Sun. 770/427-5377. dkgallery.us
FERNBANK MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Through July 21 “David Rogers’ Big Bugs,” outdoor installation of larger-than-life bugs, insects and spiders in WildWoods. Through Aug. 4 “Games in the Gallery” outdoor installation. June 8-Aug. 18 “Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants,” life-size sculptures of monster fish, videos and interactive activities.
767 Clifton Road, Atl. Open daily. 404/929-6300. fernbankmuseum.org
Through May 26 “Life, Love and Marriage Chests in Renaissance Florence.” Through July 28 “Sculptured Adornment: Jewelry of David Hayes,” approximately 40 of the modernist artist’s brooches and pendants. Through Aug. 11 “Our Town and Beyond: Works by Early Members of the Athens Art Association.” Through Jan. 5, 2020 “Storytelling in Renaissance Maiolica.”
90 Carlton St., Athens, East Campus of UGA, Arts Complex. Tues.-Sun. 706/542-4662. georgiamuseum.org