Art Roundup: Jan. 1 – 7

Non-Fiction Gallery will host the Anderson Hill Trio on Sunday, January 3rd for a live musical performance at 7pm. The trio is Adrianne Munden-Dixon (violin), Molly Aronson (cello), and Naseer Ashraf (piano). The cost of admission is $10. Click here for more information.


I Have Marks To Make, an exhibition of art at the Jepson Center for the Arts by individuals with disabilities and others in rehabilitation for injuries or illness, closes on Sunday, January 3rd. Don’t miss your chance to view this remarkable annual exhibition of works celebrating the therapeutic power of art.


Mickalene Thomas’s At Giverny exhibition also closes at the Jepson Center on Sunday, January 3rd. Don’t miss your final chance to view these dazzling mixed-media paintings and collages. The show made our Top 10 Exhibitions of 2015 list because of its pointed commentary on traditional art historical narrative and powerful critique of conventional beauty.


MINT, an Atlanta non-profit, is hosting a call for entries for its 3rd annual juried exhibition, Where We Are Going, Where We Have Been. The call is specifically targeted at artists with minimal solo exhibition experience and minimal published art criticism. All types of media are accepted. The call for entries closes on Tuesday, January 5 at 11:59pm. Click here for more information.

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Author: SAI

Savannah Art Informer is a program by Art Rise Savannah, a non-profit arts organization in Savannah, Georgia.

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