We’ll take just about any excuse to visit the Bath House Cultural Center (521 E. Lawther Drive), with its dreamy lakeside location and historic architecture. On Saturday it plays host to a new exhibition, one that looks so good that it might overshadow its lodgings. This Is What I Think is a co-curated effort, organized by Rita Barnard and Jacque Forsher and featuring work by 18 big-name locals. Favorites Willie Baronet, Penelope Bisbee, Bernard Bortnick, Michael Francis, Anthony Freda, Randall Garrett, Jordan Grimes, Janis Hefley, Anita Horton, Letitia Huckaby, John P. Irizarry, Norman Kary, Tim Kerr, Mary McCleary, J. Michael McKenzie, Jeff Parrott, Judith Williams and Chase Yarbrough will all express deeply harbored opinions through their art — or at least that’s the plan, anyway. The opening affair runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The show is up until September 28, and it’s free to see. Visit bathhousecultural.com.
Aug. 24-Sept. 28, 2013