Off to see the ‘Wizard of Oz’

Off to see the ‘Wizard of Oz’

The great American tale gets an original adaptation in a captivating new dance show
It’s a story that has reached generations of people and continues a legacy unlike maybe any other in the history of literature and film



Fort Pulaski hosts first art exhibition

All told, 16 Georgia schools contributed art for this exhibition, and over 600 pieces of art were created

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A world united

‘Talking Continents’ inspires togetherness at the Jepson Center
Nineteen stainless steel figures, suspended by wires, are comprised of letters from eight different alphabets

Art Beat of Savannah

Touring version of ‘Cinderella’ rolls into town

The classic story comes to life in a new, unique way
Of course everyone knows the Disney version, but it's actually a story that goes back centuries and originated as a folk tale


5 Questions with Nicolette Cramer

"One of my favorite things someone said to me was, 'I love watching you watch people.'"

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Painting with wood

Herbert Albin’s work on display at Roots Up
However, for a recent auction outside Atlanta, Lovell was able to make the trip. There, she found her new obsession: Herbert Albin’s marquetry collection

Art Beat of Savannah

Back to her roots

Carmen Marie Aguirre shows first solo exhibition in Savannah
A Miami native, Aguirre was inspired by the mangroves of South Florida

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Tickled pink: Location Gallery celebrates three years with ‘LUSH’

The exhibition includes 35 artists, a big show even by Location’s generous standards, and is a fun color survey

Art Beat of Savannah

Visiting Writers Series hosts acclaimed author

Julianna Baggott hosts a reading Mar. 7
Baggott has published over 20 books, including “Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders” and “Pure,” which both were New York Times Notable Books of the Year


Celtic Ceol Feis: Authentically Irish

Reboot of Tara Feis emphasizes Celtic culture, family-friendliness
Now, hosted by the Savannah Waterfront Association, Celtic Ceol Feis happens this Saturday at Emmet Park, on Bay Street


5 Questions with Melissa Holden

Holden’s work uses rounded figures, bold colors and thin lines to create clean, minimalist prints

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Sex + Song = Hello Again

Collective Face stages ‘musical fantasy’ exploring passion and pain
With script, score, and lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa, it ties together five pairs of sexually involved people from all walks of life, from each decade of the 20th century


Third annual 'SIP: A Ceramic Cup Show' kicks off this weekend

HOW MUCH consideration do you give to your drinking vessel? The Savannah Clay Community believes it should be a lot.

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    • Wow, this art is one a kind. You can tell that the artist Albin really…

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