Painting the positive

Painting the positive

Nae’Keisha Jones is January artist at the JEA
Jones’ passion for children’s book illustration is clear through the exhibition. Much of the work follows a library theme, since Jones is a big advocate for reading

Sharing artifacts

New collection comes to Beach Institute
Willis Hakim Jones has been collecting Gullah-Geechee artifacts and memorabilia for years now

It’s Bryce Lankard’s time

Photography exhibition on view at Sulfur Studios through this weekend
After that body of work was completed, Lankard found he didn’t want to give it up. The idea of time passing stuck with him, and he wanted to discover other ways to work that out in his art

Art lang syne

Considering 2019, and looking to 2020
There’s a palpable excitement in the air here that goes beyond our recent election (though that’s pretty exciting all on its own)

Seeking freedom

Jubilee Freedom Day includes exhibition
Each year on Jubilee Freedom Day, we commemorate the enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation signed the year before. It’s a day to reflect on freedom and what that means to us.

A quarter century of making marks

'I Have Marks to Make' has consistently provided an artistic outlet for our community’s most vulnerable members, which DeLorme is proud of

Getting ‘Inked’ at Hen House

Ironically, Berzins had been a student of Bartone’s back in the day, but that’s about as far as the connection goes on first look

Five years of change

W.W. Law collection from 1960-65 goes on view at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center
Law’s full collection of over 4,000 photographs, taken from 1868 to 2002, was curated for the exhibit by Spracher and former Savannah mayor Dr. Otis Johnson, who was a part of the civil rights movement

Dime Store Red: ‘A big, crazy moonshot’

Pop-up installation goes on view this Thursday
Everything about Dime Store Red is strategic and intentional, right down to its name

A whale of an exhibition

‘Summon the Sea’ at the Jepson Center considers ‘Moby Dick’ through a contemporary lens
Lowe created the sculpture, which clocks in at 800 pounds and 9,000 square feet of felt, with industrial quarter-inch felt

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