Monthly Social Calendar: October, part 2

                                       Taste of Atlanta || Oct. 24, 25 & 26 || Images from

All October Hagedorn Foundation Gallery presents their fall show, Interiors, featuring works by award-winning photographers Steve Aishman, Claire Rosen and Guillermo Srodek-Hart. Interiors explores the power of presence and the impact of cultural history, looking at human stories as expressions of a way of life and examining the splendor of insignificant objects. Through November 8.

October 18 The 2014 Ansley Park Tour Of Homes kicks off its 17th year with “Eclectic Ansley,” a tour featuring eight homes that highlight the diversity of architecture and design in Ansley Park. $20 in advance, $25 on-site.

October 19 This month, The Museum Of Design Atlanta (MODA) presents Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair. Through designer ensembles, video and archival photographs, the exhibition demonstrates the role the Ebony Fashion Fair played in African American empowerment, pride and achievement during the late 20th century.

October 23 B.D. Jeffries hosts architect Norman Askins for a signing of his first book, Inspired by Tradition: The Architecture of Norman Davenport Askins. Written by close friend Susan Sully, the monograph showcases 15 of his residences throughout the Southeast. The book signing is from noon to 3 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

October 24 Huff Harrington Fine Art celebrates fall with Barnstorming, a modern exhibit with a rustic twist. The collection of abstract and representational paintings shows a connection to nature and features artists including Amy Sullivan, Dawne Raulet and Carolyn Killebrew. Through November 8.

October 24 A foodie favorite, Taste of Atlanta returns to the streets of Midtown at Tech Square for their annual three-day festival. Featuring more than 90 of Atlanta’s most notable restaurants, Taste of Atlanta celebrates the flavors of the city while providing entertainment that includes chef demos, live music and an exclusive block party. Purchase tickets

October 25 Explore a visual survey of European modernism at the High Museum Of Art’s new exhibit, Cézanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman Collection. Assembled by collector Henry Pearlman, the exhibit centers around 24 oils and watercolors by Paul Cézanne and includes works from van Gogh, Manet, Degas and more.

October 26 The fifth annual Sunday Supper South returns to Westside Provisions District with a family-style charity dinner, uniting culinary icons and guests in celebration of Southern flavors while raising funds for the James Beard Scholarship Foundation. This year’s dinner highlights the traditional Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead.