What are you doing this weekend? October 25 – 27

Paul Rand at MODA, #weloveATL show, Taste of Atlanta, and a bunch of spooky stuff

Atlanta Celebrates Photography Closing Party
ACP closes out its six-week festival with “Slideluck,” a slideshow of curated #weloveATL Instagram photos and a potluck. The one-night-only show will take place inside the Westside Cultural Arts Center. Friday, 6-9:30 p.m. acpinfo.org

Taste of Atlanta
The event at Tech Square includes samples from more than ninety restaurants. Plus a deviled egg duel and Big Green Egg competition. Friday, Saturday, Sunday. tasteofatlanta.com

For a more foodie-informed take, check out Carly Cooper’s preview in Covered Dish.

Halloween Lantern Parade at Grant Park
If you missed the magic of the Atlanta BeltLine lantern procession, you can get a taste of the experience with a trek through Grant Park led by the Black Sheep Marching Ensemble. Saturday. Line-up starts at 6:30 p.m; parade at 7:30. gpconservancy.org

Scoutmob Goat Farm Halloween Party
The third annual bash includes out-there music, art installations, and, evidently, a twelve-foot astronaut puppet. facebook.com/thegoatfarmartscenter

Paul Rand at MODA
Steve Jobs once called Paul Rand the greatest living graphic designer, and Rand was inducted—with Warhol and Rockwell—into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame. The Museum of Design Atlanta will showcase selections from Rand’s career alongside multimedia content illuminating his creative philosophy in the exhibition “Paul Rand: Defining Design.” Opens Sunday, runs through January 26, 2014. museum-ofdesign.org

Day of the Dead at the Atlanta History Center
Storytelling, music, decorated altars, food and drink. Also free admission to the History Center exhibits and grounds. Sunday; noon – 5 p.m. atlantahistorycenter.com

Ongoing and recently previewed:

Sleepy Hollow Experience at Serenbe

Containment ATL at Atlantic Station