Aug24

6 Reasons Not to Miss This Weekend’s #art912 Summit

It’s time to get out of your studio. No hiding behind your canvas, computer or current obsession. The #art912 Summit is this Saturday, August 27th from 1 – 5pm at the Jepson Center for the Arts and you don’t want to miss it! The summit joins a list of focused programming by the Telfair to support, strengthen, and engage with the local art community. Programming such as the Boxed In/Break Out public art project, SAV Fashion Show,...

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May31

Adam Winnie to open new artist studios in 2016

Artists in need of studio space won’t have to wait much longer for another option to open up. Local artist Adam Winnie will unveil a new space comprised of two large private studios and an 800 square foot multi-artist studio by the end of 2016. The building is located at 2207 Harmon Street at the intersection of 39th and Harmon streets. Winnie has been working out of the space (which he is tentatively calling Harmon Street Studios)...

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May10

Arts Resource Collective to unveil ART MAP SAV this week

Looking to start exploring Savannah’s art scene? Trying to find a new gallery to frequent? The Arts Resource Collective of Savannah (ARC) has just what you need: ART MAP SAV. “There’s nothing like it in existence so far,” says Alexandra Chamberlain, who works with the collective. “ARC is really focused on continuing to make Savannah an arts destination for visitors, and this is one step in that direction.” The map features 111...

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Sep12

Creating The World We Want: the international public art/political movement comes to Savannah

What would your ideal world look like? At first, it feels like a huge question, one almost too big to answer. But after thinking about it, maybe talking it over with some friends, suddenly the answer is right there in front of you. If you’ve always dreamed of changing the world, this project will set you on your way.     The World We Want is a worldwide project that solicits both a wish and a solution. Giant blackboards are...

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Jun17

Jamie Bourgeois’ Mossterpiece hopes to inspire eco-friendly public art

By now, you’ve surely seen Jamie Bourgeois’ golden brown moss painting winding across the facade of Judge Realty’s building on Abercorn Street. An impressionistic exercise in pleurocarp moss, the ‘Mossterpiece’ is as much a celebration of nature’s harmony as it is a call to action. The storefront of a successful real estate company may seem an odd place for an installation about the equalizing power...

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Oct19

$50,000 Hudgens Competition Returns to Georgia

Atlanta based Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts is announcing their Hudgens Prize, an incredible $50,000 cash award and invitation for a solo exhibition for one artist. One of the largest art awards in the entire nation, the Hudgens Prize is only open to Georgia residents. “As we launch this third cycle of The Hudgens Prize, we are keenly aware of its significance. This unparalleled opportunity for Georgia artists...

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