5 Questions with Danielle Hughes

5 Questions with Danielle Hughes

'I keep looking back at what I was doing 20 years ago. I think it’s just kind of calling to me again'

Visual Arts

 

In the now with Alicia Eggert at PULSE Art + Technology Festival

Conceptual artist questions time, language
In her art, Eggert uses temporal elements like clock hands and blinking neon to question elements we’ve always taken as a given

Culture

Bud Green’s compelling compositions

Solo show at Location Gallery opens Friday
When Bud Green was younger, his grandfather gave him a collection of black and white family photos. He was instantly captivated by the photographs.

Art Beat of Savannah

Savannah Children’s Theatre tackles Dahl with Matilda: The Musical

The show’s two Matildas chat about upcoming performances
Matilda: The Musical tells the classic story of its titular character, a 5-year-old girl who often plays pranks on her mean parents

Theatre

Neil Mendoza’s absurdity art headlines PULSE Art + Technology Festival

Mendoza’s work fits perfectly with this year’s PULSE exhibition, 'Machines of Futility: Unproductive Technologies'

Culture

5 Questions with Dana Richardson

A native of Sewanee, Tenn., Richardson moved to Savannah in 2002 to attend SCAD and has been here ever since

Visual Arts

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

Art Beat of Savannah

Finger on the PULSE

What to know about this year’s PULSE Art + Technology Festival
It’s the 13th year of the annual favorite festival. For over a decade, Telfair Museums has hosted the PULSE Art + Technology Festival, which highlights the intersection of art and tech.

Culture

A new season for Savannah Stage Company

Jayme Tinti details upcoming season and kickoff party
Savannah Stage Company’s mission since the theater group started in 2012 has been a simple yet important one: they want to provide accessible theater to our city and beyond, to anyone and everyone who wants it. It’s the intention behind their “pay what you can” policies in the past, and that generosity has carried them forward as they grow with each season.

Theatre

The Diversified Collective comes out swinging with The Metromaniacs

What the collective has done with David Ives' farce is break down the barriers of gender and race that are often written into plays

Theatre

5 Questions with Andre Bertolino

The linocuts were all made in Bertolino’s living room with a metal spoon, an alternative printmaking technique that’s less time-intensive

Visual Arts

Andy Gross: Jack of all Trades

Viral video sensation brings magic and more to Tybee Post
Gross says he was first attracted to ventriloquism at the tender age of nine

Culture

Sharing artifacts

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

Art Beat of Savannah

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