Meet the collectors behind the Jepson Center’s “Savannah Collects” exhibit
Dec08

Meet the collectors behind the Jepson Center’s “Savannah Collects” exhibit

Savannah Collects is an exhibition that opened at Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center in the beginning of October. The show is composed exclusively of work loaned to the museum by local area art collectors and gives a particularly unique view into the collecting habits of Savannah’s cultural connoisseurs.  Savannah Collects includes everything from paintings and photographs, to stoneware and silver tea caddies, to multi-media...

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“Marilyn: Celebrating an American Icon” Takes a Dualistic Approach to the Legendary Starlet
Apr19

“Marilyn: Celebrating an American Icon” Takes a Dualistic Approach to the Legendary Starlet

Image is everything. At least that’s what they say. But behind every image is a story, and sometimes that story is more complex than the image may suggest. In fact, it usually always is. Marilyn Monroe is the perfect example of this complexity and behind her public image is a story that’s so multifaceted it has transfixed the imagination of generations—a fascination that’s persisted long after her untimely death....

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African Diasporian Art Exhibit Offers Encouragement, Inspiration to Young Artists
Feb28

African Diasporian Art Exhibit Offers Encouragement, Inspiration to Young Artists

Curated by SCAD graduate Stephanie Brown in conjunction with Black History Month, the Collective Exhibition of African Diasporian Art (CEADA) at Indigo Sky Community Gallery presented a range of work from 21 different artists of African descent from four southeast colleges and universities. There was work from artists from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah State University, University of Florida, and Florida...

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Medeology TV at the Indigo Sky Community Gallery
Feb11

Medeology TV at the Indigo Sky Community Gallery

“We’re interested in having fun and breaking down the barriers of the stuffy art world by maybe working out in the street or in a nightclub as much as a gallery. The space for our art is wherever we perform.” Alessandro Imperato is standing outside the Indigo Sky Community Gallery with two of his cohorts—Jim Gladman and Kelley McClung—answering questions from a group of folks who have just witnessed the deep hallucinatory...

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