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Exhibits & openings
Collages in ‘I Should Have Been a Cowgirl' at Gallery Espresso through March 1; this is ‘Cowboy Gets Girl'

Africanology Realities in American Worlds - Large-scaled, multi-media paintings and installations by Amiri Geuka Farris. SSU Social Sciences Building

Aldwyth: Work v./Work n. - Collage and assemblage 1991-2009 by this reclusive Hilton Head artist, now in her 70s. Jepson Center for the Arts through 5/17

Alumni Invitational Art Exhibit - A group show featuring work from notable AASU alumni. Part of Homecoming 2010. Runs through 3/10. AASU Fine Arts Gallery, 11935 Abercorn St.

Art-O-Rama - Multimedia group show including Betsy Cain, Matt Hebermehl, John Olenyik and more. Atwell's Art and Frames , 228 W. Broughton St.

Black Heritage Month 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 by Adam Davis. OneNine Fine Art, 19 E. Bay St.

I Should Have Been A Cowgirl - Mixed media by Susie Clinard using discarded images of cowboys and Native American culture to create collages. Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.

I Want You To Want Me - A collection of prints by the Print Club in honor of Valentine's Day. Sales benefit group's trip to the Southern Graphics Council Printmaking Conference. Closing Reception: 3/4, 7-9pm. Lulu's Chocolate Bar, 42 MLK Jr. Blvd.

L'Union Fait La Force - Oglethorpe Gallery debuts with a group show and Haiti benefit. 50% of art sales donated to Oxfam America and Doctors Without Borders for Haiti relief. Runs through 2/27. Oglethorpe Gallery, 406 E. Oglethorpe Ave.,

Margaret Brennan: A Savannah Retrospective - Collection from previous series of floral and landscape photos, and debut of a series shot in France. Reception: 3/7, 2-4pm. JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.

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 - 3-D mixed media works from Malaika Favorite, inspired by poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.

Painters' Reel: Contemporary Painting in Georgia - Eleven painters from throughout the state. Jepson Center through 5/17.

Photos by Sam Scruggs - Scruggs is a SCAD alumnus who uses a unique process to capture dramatic images of Savannah at night. JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.

Secrets of Old Masters - A group show of paintings by students copying paintings hanging in the Telfair's Dutch Utopia exhibit. Trends and Traditions, 3407 Waters Ave.

Super Fantastic Variety Show - A group show featuring work from six seniors from SCAD's painting dept. Reception: 3/5, 6-9pm. T Gallery , 1813 Bull St.

The Mysteries of Sake - Photos by Sophie Mayday exploring the qualities of the Japanese wine. The Hurn Museum, 10 W. Taylor St.

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.