Do Savannnah

Kristopher Monroe

 

Telfair Academy features rediscovered works of Hattie Saussy

27 Jun 2017

Painter Hattie Saussy might not be immediately familiar to most art lovers.

 

‘Pieced Together’ one of Sulfur Studios’ biggest shows to date

12 Jun 2017

Sulfur Studios has had a fantastic run of great exhibitions in its short lifetime, and the upcoming collage and assemblage show, “Pieced Together,” opening June 16 should be no exception.

 

Angela Beasley displays passion for puppetry in Savannah exhibit

05 Jun 2017

Who doesn’t love puppets? Only the grouchiest of grouches can deny the plushy appeal of puppetry and the excitement of seeing outlandish creatures and characters brought to life by their makers and manipulators.

 

Savannah’s Jepson Center celebrates freedom at annual Juneteenth events

31 May 2017

Juneteenth is the celebration of the emancipation of enslaved African Americans across the Confederate South.

 

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.

 

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.

 

‘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.

 

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.”

 

Jepson Center showcases Neal Slavin’s group portraiture

28 Mar 2017

Brooklyn-born photographer Neal Slavin's group portraiture is the subject of a small-ish exhibition on view at Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center.

 

A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival hosts street party for 2017

20 Mar 2017

If the weather behaves itself, this year’s A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival should prove to be yet another memorable, one-of-a-kind Savannah event.

 

Tara McPherson brings her funky and fresh pop-up tour to Savannah

14 Mar 2017

New York City-based artist Tara McPherson is bringing her funky-fresh brand of rock ’n’ roll cool to li’l ol’ Savannah for a one-day-only pop-up show.

 

Savannah Black Heritage Festival wraps up with weekend of learning

20 Feb 2017

This is the final week of the 28th annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival and events are beginning to wind down, but this coming weekend features a few worthwhile and important happenings.

 

‘Wilmington on Fire,’ Echoes Walk, more offered in week 3 of Savannah Black Heritage Fest

14 Feb 2017

This third week of the 28th annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival brings with it a number of meaningful and noteworthy events.

 

Savannah Black Heritage Fest: Grand Festival Day, gospel concert, lectures fill week two

06 Feb 2017

The second week of the 28th annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival offers an amazing variety of programming that’s sure to appeal to everyone.

 

Savannah Black Heritage Festival week one highlights include art, dance and more

30 Jan 2017

Each year, throughout February, the Savannah Black Heritage Festival hosts a series of events spotlighting various aspects of African American heritage.

 

Armstrong presents sixth annual National 2-D Competition Exhibition

09 Jan 2017

Armstrong State University’s sixth annual National 2-D Competition Exhibition closes Jan. 20, but there’s still time to check out the incredible selection of art.

 

Telfair’s Pulse Art + Technology Festival packed with interactive art and more

03 Jan 2017

Telfair’s Pulse Art + Technology Festival is taking place a couple of weeks earlier this year, but it’s every bit as packed with digital, electronic and science-based art, music, games, performances and workshops as it’s ever been. 

 

SCAD professor Debra Malschick displays new artwork at JEA

28 Dec 2016

Opening Jan. 8 is an art show taking place at a gallery that may have been somewhat unknown up until now, but hopefully won’t be for long.

 

Telfair continues to showcase permanent collection with ‘Objectified’

15 Nov 2016

In the interest of sharing more of its permanent collection with the art-going public, Telfair Museums is opening “Objectified: Still Lifes from the Permanent Collection."

 

Telfair Art Fair and Arty Party back with full weekend of fun

07 Nov 2016

Add to your doubtlessly busy social calendar, dear reader, the 22nd annual Telfair Art Fair and accompanying Arty Party. 

 

Haunted Savannah map authors unite for spooky season

25 Oct 2016

Chainsaw murders, Freemason specters, torture jails, severed limbs, murderous ghosts, forgotten cemeteries, lynching victims, otherworldly pets, kid killers, mysterious poisonings, eerie echoes, an

 

‘Watershed’ showcases Telfair’s photography collection with an environmental edge

12 Oct 2016
As part of Telfair’s ongoing pursuit to share more of its permanent collection with the viewing public, an exciting new photography exhibition will run from Oct. 21 through Jan. 29. 
 

Telfair showcases contemporary collection in ‘Complex Uncertainties’

28 Sep 2016

“Complex Uncertainties: Artists in Postwar America,” which opens Sept. 30 at the Jepson Center, is a five-year rotating exhibition showcasing contemporary works from the Telfair’s permanent collection. 

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