A scenic view at the LGBT Center

A scenic view at the LGBT Center

Location Gallery’s second spot off to a great start
Hosting a show of female nudes painted by a proudly out woman bolsters the message of community and acceptance that the Center strives to provide

Art Beat of Savannah


5 Questions with Emily Earl

High Museum of Art in Atlanta has purchased several works by this local artist
'You know when you've got it. When the moment is right, you know it'

Visual Arts

Meet The Petty Fam!

All-black burlesque revue brings first tour to Savannah
THERE'S a new Fam in town. The Petty Fam, an all-black burlesque revue, brings its first tour to Club One on Thursday.


5 Questions with Leah Blair

'We need to change our disposable culture'

Visual Arts

Hattie Saussy: Rediscovering an artist

Retrospective is an ‘origin story’ of sorts for the Savannah art scene
While Saussy is best known for her striking portraits, the exhibition covers all the work she did through her lifetime

Art Beat of Savannah

Keep theatre in Savannah alive

Theatre can build a sense of community—not only within the organization, but also within the very city in which it’s being produced. Lives can literally be changed through the power of storytelling.


5 Questions with: Maggie Mullin O'Hara

Multimedia artist’s new exhibition opens at Jepson Friday
'Will strangers feel with me, another stranger; will they cry with me?'

Visual Arts

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy

Group show at Location Gallery celebrates life on the water
THE DOG DAYS of summer are upon us.

Art Beat of Savannah

Modern Gladiators, ancient roots

Jared Seff’s new show opens July 21
IT’S SAID that twins and triplets live their lives finely in tune.

Art Beat of Savannah

(Moon)Shine On

New American Prohibition Museum is the toast of the town
All forms of alcohol were banned in the colony of Georgia—along with slavery and lawyers—for a time, anyway. But nothing could dampen Savannah’s relationship with “strong waters.” (Just ask Shia LaBeouf.)


Savannah Stage Company gets to Work

Summer musical shares everyday stories of life and labor
"These are stories of working Americans being reflected back to you in a way that doesn’t happen very often."



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