Iron Logic: Everett Mayo's exhibition up now at the Butcher

Iron Logic: Everett Mayo's exhibition up now at the Butcher

Fascinated by patterns for much of his life, Mayo saw beauty in the wrought-iron fences and gates around downtown.

Art Beat of Savannah


The return of Black Nativity

Holiday tradition is back with a new location and fresh faces
Langston Hughes shaped holiday history with his retelling of the classic Nativity story, featuring an entirely black cast and traditional Christmas carols sung in gospel style


Alexandro Santana breaks cultural codes—without breaking the furniture

Installation runs through Feb. 2 at the LGBT Center
If abstract art can deliver our monkey minds, Santana imagines what it can do for our living rooms, cluttered to the wainscoting with end tables and tsotchkes.

Visual Arts

Savannah Rep brings a fresh perspective to A Christmas Carol

Adaptation stages classic tale through the eyes of Jacob Marley
THE CHRISTMAS season gets an unexpected twist courtesy of Savannah Repertory Theatre. The professional regional theatre invites the community to experience Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol through the lens of Jacob Marley.


Welcome to Savannah, Mr. President

New book explores visits of the commanders-in-chief
TONY COPE may live in Ireland now, but he’s still a Savannah writer at heart. “Hail to the Chief, Y’all!


Art in the Alley helps families in need

Shelley Smith's first piece of art benefited a woman in Haiti she kept in touch with through Facebook. The money helped her son, a talented artist, afford art classes for a month
FROM NOW through Christmas, the place to be on a Monday night is in the lane behind Circa 1875. Art in the Alley is as straightforward as it sounds: Every Monday evening, artists gather in the alley and paint.

Art Beat of Savannah

A collector's passion

Everard Auctions holds sale of Arthur B. Kouwenhoven's extensive East Village collection
TO A beginner, art collecting can be daunting. The task of pairing works can seem complex and is often hit or miss, and the cost of some works is enough to leave people searching for a new hobby.

Art Beat of Savannah

Renowned mystic leads two-day event at UU Church

'I not only was in the presence of God, I was the presence of God, as is everything'


Collective Face goes down the rabbit hole with Harvey

The eccentric Elwood P. Dowd, played by Eric Salles, claims to have an unseen pal named Harvey, a six-foot, three-and-a-half-inch tall rabbit
THE Collective Face Theatre Ensemble welcomes Savannahians to its own mad, mad, mad, mad world as Mary Chase’s 1944 delightfully cracked comedy classic Harvey comes to the Kennedy Fine Arts Auditorium stage.


The Nutcracker returns

Enjoy decadent dance delights at The Civic Center
THE Columbia City Ballet is celebrating 50 years of holiday magic. Ever since the tradition began in 1967, the South Carolina-based company has delivered an unforgettable production of the Christmas classic The Nutcracker.


Hannah Alsdorf's battlefield

'From the Front Lines' speaks to women’s fight for equality
'We can’t blame everything that’s wrong in this world on men.'

Art Beat of Savannah

Diane Cantor’s novel deals with agency and young sexuality

'Sometimes we all have a desire to assert ourselves,' Cantor says of her character, Mavis.'We don't want to be pushed around.'


5 Questions with the Little Friends of Printmaking

'It’s much more important for us to put our work into the hands and homes of the people who want it than to set an arbitrary, aspirational price point.'

Visual Arts


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