Form meets function.
The Possible Opening
What: Art collective The Southern Design Concern’s first exhibition is a selection ($4-$2,000) of modern home decor from young designers working in glassware, lighting, and furniture.
Why: Skylar Morgan’s minimalist metal and wood coffee and dining tables.
When: Sat., 7-10 p.m.
Where: Octane Coffee Bar & Lounge, 1009b Marietta St. NW, West Midtown (404-815-9886). Admission is free.
Joanna August Trunk Show
What: The coveted L.A.-based line of ethereal wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses makes its Atlanta debut with new spring styles and discounts (10-15 percent off).
Why: The timeless frocks come in a range of flattering shades. (Your bridal party will thank you.)
When: Fri. & Sat., by appt.
Where: Bella Bridesmaid, 3209 Paces Ferry Pl. NW, ste. 201, Buckhead (404-846-8880).
Hymn for Her
What: The quirky duo play foot-stomping Americana from their new album, recorded while traveling cross-country in the couple’s Airstream trailer.
Why: Just five beans gets you Southern rockers Radiolucent and The Jompson Brothers, too.
When: Sat., 8:30 p.m.
Where: The Highland Inn Ballroom, 644 N. Highland Ave., Poncey-Highland (404-874-5756). Tickets ($5) at the door.
Dalí ’til Dawn
What: Your last chance to see the surrealist’s works as the museum keeps its doors open for 31 hours straight and hosts performances by WonderRoot artists, like the Lobster Mobster Poetry Collective.
Why: Painter Corey Barksdale will create a large-scale portrait of Dalí in twenty minutes.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-Sun., 5 p.m.
Where: High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree St. NE, Midtown (404-733-4444). Tickets ($5-$18) at 404-733-5000 or online at high.org.
Photo: Courtesy of Skylar Morgan