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Iraqi-Canadian family of artists aims to start conversation in Jepson’s ‘Generation’

22 May 2017

Art is one of the most versatile tools humans have to communicate with each other. In its purest sense, it can of course be a source of creative expression, but it can also be utilized to educate, to expand consciousness and to bridge boundaries.

 

Check out photos from SCAD Runway Show

22 May 2017

The Savannah College of Art and Design Runway Show, part of SCAD FASHWKND, was May 19 at SCAD Museum of Art. 

 

Savannah authors tout new books at Seersucker Live’s Freefall Episode

16 May 2017

The Freefall Episode of Seersucker Live will be one of the local literary group’s more unique shows.

 

Richmond Hill Community Theatre to present comic murder mystery

16 May 2017

While there are plenty of murders in Richmond Hill Community Theatre’s latest production, “The Murder Mystery at the Murder Mystery,” it also has a lot of laughs.

 

PULP Bookstore & Gallery opens with ‘Shocked & Amazed: Vintage Photographs’

15 May 2017

“My aesthetic is anything that fascinates or offends,” laughs Will Eiseman as he riffles through an assortment of vintage photographs from his collection that will be displayed at the opening of his PULP Bookstore & Gallery on May 18.

 

Savannah Comedy Revue brings ‘Southern Not Stupid’ comedian to town

09 May 2017

Imagine Mark Evans’ surprise when he found out the comedic song he wrote and performed, “Southern Not Stupid,” was being broadcast on Pandora.

 
 

Telfair features photos from William Wegman’s long, varied career

09 May 2017

He may be internationally renowned for his photographs, but William Wegman was never interested in photography.

 

SCAD Sand Arts Festival results in majestic but temporary masterpieces

08 May 2017

There is only one thing better than building sand castles on the beach on a warm, sunny day — doing it for awards and prizes.

 

‘Travels’ at Location Gallery benefits children’s hospital

02 May 2017

Location Gallery has built a solid reputation of consistently showing top-quality artwork. The exhibition opening May 6 is no exception.

 

‘Southern Charm Savannah’ set to premiere on Bravo

02 May 2017

Bravo’s new series “Southern Charm Savannah” follows six lifelong friends as they set out to make their mark in this world.

 

Nationally touring stand-up comedian Krish Mohan to perform at The Wormhole

25 Apr 2017

Comedian Krish Mohan will touch on serious subjects in a most funny way when he performs April 29 at The Wormhole.

 

Savannah Stage Company to present free encore of ‘The Call of the Wild’

24 Apr 2017

You wouldn’t be human if you were left untouched by the story of Buck, the dog in the classic novel “The Call of the Wild.”

 

Armstrong celebrates Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day with free workshop

24 Apr 2017

Pinhole photography might be one of the oldest forms of the art, and with increasing technological advances, it could be one of the fastest to die as well.

 

Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue continues performance evolution

17 Apr 2017

Over the last four years, the Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue has grown from a group of rag-tag, DIY dancers into a professional strip-tease troupe with more than just skin to share.

 

Telfair Museums presents collection of Kahlil Gibran’s artwork

17 Apr 2017

Opening April 21 at the Jepson Center, Telfair Museums presents a treasured selection of work from its permanent collection in “Kahlil Gibran and the Feminine Divine.”

 

Catch a free performance of SCAD student-produced sketch comedy

10 Apr 2017

Live from Savannah College of Art and Design … it’s “SCADurday Night Live.”

 

Got ink? Savannah Tattoo Festival is back with more art and entertainment

03 Apr 2017

John Cann, co-founder and organizer of the Savannah Tattoo Festival, says 2016’s inaugural event was just a teaser of what’s to come this year.

 

High school thespians compete while they learn at Armstrong’s One Act Play Festival

03 Apr 2017

High school thespians from around the region will be gathering on the campus of Armstrong State University for the 18th annual High School One Act Play Festival from April 7-8.

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