In artist William LeGoullon’s crosshairs is hunting culture — the hobby, the hurt, the way of life. To look deeply at the practice, the predator, and the prey, he curated “Take Aim,” a group photography exhibition featuring shots by some artists acting as observers and others as participants. Presented with support from Phoenix Institute of Contemporary Art at Arizona State University’s Northlight Gallery, the exhibition features imagery from artists including Erika Larsen, Michael Tummings, and Andrea Tese. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 20, at 605 East Grant Street. For more information on the free show, open through December 2, see phica.org or art.asu.edu/gallery/northlight.