7 Architectural Treasures of Savannah
Jul06

7 Architectural Treasures of Savannah

1. The George Baldwin House, 225 East Hall Street At the corner of Hall and Lincoln streets, hidden unassumingly between a parking lot and Forsyth Park, is one of the finest examples of Queen Anne style architecture in the city. The house, built in 1887 for George Baldwin, is wide, heavy and stately. Its ribbed chimneys, bottle glass windows, and round (almost Medieval) tower give it the look of an old and half-forgotten stronghold,...

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Stephen Green on Semis, Satan, and Making Comics With Sean Murphy
Apr12

Stephen Green on Semis, Satan, and Making Comics With Sean Murphy

SAI is excited to introduce this guest post from editor-in-chief/founder of BoomTube, Steven Miller. Miller was lucky enough to grab an interview with local sequential artist and rising star Stephen Green, an artist whose work is beginning to garner national attention. Check out the goods below and don’t forget to check out BoomTube for more interviews and thoughtful critique on your favorite comics & comic artists!...

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Still Uncomfortable: Group Show Honors Flannery O’Connor
Feb08

Still Uncomfortable: Group Show Honors Flannery O’Connor

Flannery O’Connor was warmly remembered on Jan. 31 at Southern Discomfort, a group art show and silent auction put on by the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home. The show took place in the gallery space at ThincSavannah. 39 pieces by 27 artists were available for purchase at the silent auction, with all proceeds benefitting the foundation. The art at Southern Discomfort represented a wide variety of mediums and interpretations of...

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