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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.


One of the South’s largest Asian celebrations returns to Armstrong campus

17 Apr 2017

The Savannah Asian Cultural Festival has found a good home on the campus of Armstrong State University.


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.


South by Midwest: Students take the reins

01 Mar 2017

Once again this year, it was a pleasure to get students from Do Savannah columnist Bill Dawers’ class at Armstrong State University involved in our Stopover preview coverage.


Top picks: A look at Savannah Book Fest with Do and 'The Bridge'

15 Feb 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in Renee's weekly column.


Film Scene: Add ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ Broadway hits and more to your calendars

15 Feb 2017

Anyone who’s followed Film Scene for the past few years will likely recall my enthusiastic trumpeting of Armstrong State University’s annual Francophone Film Festival.


Armstrong hosts ninth year of free Francophone Film Festival

13 Feb 2017

How quickly time flies. This weekend marks the ninth year in a row that Armstrong State University’s French Club has presented one of the more uncommon and notable cinematic events in the greater Savannah area: the Francophone Film Festival.


Top picks: Do Savannah talks Mountainfilm fest and more on 'The Bridge'

11 Jan 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. 


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.


Armstrong Masquers tackle Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’

29 Nov 2016

The Armstrong State University Masquers theater troupe continues its celebration of William Shakespeare with one of the Bard’s most popular comedies, “The Taming of the Shrew.”


Top picks: Do Savannah takes a look at Picnic in the Park on 'The Bridge'

28 Sep 2016

Do editor Heather Henley joins Renee LaSalle and Courtney Cole on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more about the show in Renee's weekly column.


Armstrong State University presents all of Shakespeare’s 37 plays in 97 minutes

27 Sep 2016

“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” is a production that brings all 37 of the Bard’s plays to the stage and slings them out in just 97 minutes — every comedy, tragedy and historical tale.


Film Scene: ‘Seven Samurai’ schedule change, plus Spanish films, cheesy grindhouse and classic weepers

22 Sep 2016

A couple of hours before this week’s column went to press, I learned that showing of “Seven Samurai” will still take place at Trustees Theater — only it will be next Thursday night, Sept. 29. 


Armstrong hosts exhibition and silent auction of art from and inspired by Argentina and Bolivia

21 Sep 2016

“The emphasis is on transnational exchange,” says Rachel Green, professor of art at Armstrong and curator of the exhibition. “But, maybe a simpler term for that is communities meeting other communities and sharing through the visual arts.”


Film Scene: Savannah offers landmark epic ‘Seven Samurai,’ film fests and more

15 Sep 2016

So, this is one of those glorious weeks when I find myself getting just a wee bit giddy while writing this column.


Armstrong offers variety of free screenings at Spanish Film Festival

08 Sep 2016
650 million. That’s the educated estimate of how many people across the globe currently consider either Spanish or Portuguese as their native tongue. 

Film Scene: Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah unearths comedy, new wave gems

08 Sep 2016

In last week’s column, I wrote about the unexpected passing of the legendary actor, author and film director Gene Wilder, who charmed viewers the world over through his wonderful star turns in such 1970s and 1980s.


Film Scene: Remembering Gene Wilder and Kevin McCarthy, plus a look at upcoming film fests

01 Sep 2016

Just as I was writing this week’s Film Scene, word came down the wire that the great and idiosyncratic actor, screenwriter, author and motion picture director Gene Wilder had passed away at the age of 83.


Armstrong kicks off Piano in the Arts series with up-and-coming Croatian pianist

30 Aug 2016

Savannah has the opportunity to spend an evening filled with classical music at the first concert of the Piano in the Arts series at Armstrong State University. 


Savannah Winds to perform annual patriotic concert at Armstrong

28 Jun 2016

One of the best things about Armstrong State University’s annual Patriotic Concert is that it doesn’t change much from year to year.


World-renowned pianist will close Armstrong’s Piano in the Arts series

19 Apr 2016

World-renowned pianist Vladimir Viardo will be closing out this year’s Piano in the Arts concert series April 23.