Reflecting on <i>Roe</i>

Reflecting on Roe

Sulfur’s latest juried exhibition handles controversy with care
Sulfur put out a national call for entry asking artists to respond to the theme of Roe v. Wade

Art Beat of Savannah

 

Savannah Philharmonic’s big birthday bash

Beloved local orchestra celebrates 10 years of music with an opening night spectacular
Executive Director Terri O’Neil recalled the early days of the Philharmonic, which evolved from the Savannah Choral Society in 2007

Culture

Keeping the past alive

Masud Ashley Olufani is highly anticipated Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Lecture keynote speaker
During this sequence, Olufani learned that the Five Points MARTA station on the corner of Alabama and Peachtree used to be the Crawford Negro Brokerage House, a former site for slave trade

Culture

Savannah Children’s Theater lets the cat out of the hat

Long-running theater takes on Dr. Seuss for their first-ever adult cast performance
'Who doesn't love Dr. Seuss?'

Theatre

Monet to Matisse

Telfair puts Impressionists in the spotlight with new exhibition opening Sept. 28
Impressionist painters like the ones featured in this exhibition were interested in the way light interacted with their subject

Visual Arts

Fall Arts Preview: Festivals

SEPTEMBER 10th Annual Fall Frolic— Join the Savannah Tree Foundation for the annual celebration of trees, featuring live music from Connellis, open bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, museum tours, and trees (of course).

Fall Arts Issue

Fall Arts Preview: Lectures and Literary Events

SEPTEMBER

Fall Arts Issue

Fall Arts Preview: Performances

SEPTEMBER

Fall Arts Issue

Fall Arts Preview: Visual Arts

No Access— SCAD Museum of Art presents “No Access,” a large-scale outdoor installation by artist Tom Burr. Through Sep. 17.

Fall Arts Issue

Saying goodbye to summer

Hayley Gaberlavage’s paintings capture that summer feelin’
She calls herself a “vagabond of the Deep South,” and that title is well-deserved—her paintings capture the essence of a Southern summer

Art Beat of Savannah

Coffee is us

Some indie java joints for studying and chilling
Get some work done at these coffee shops

College Student Guide

‘Free’ up your schedule

Stuff to do that doesn’t cost a dime
Luckily, there are plenty of things to do here that don’t involve spending any money at all.

College Student Guide

Let's talk about college

Here’s a guide to get you through the toughest times

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