Quolab hosts its first event (the F*** The Founding Fathers 3rd of July Fest) on Friday, July 3 starting at 4pm. The event includes an art exhibition, music from Trophy Wives, Lotion in the Basket, and Kia Sedona, an outdoor peel and reveal spray paint station sponsored by Starlandia Supply, financial workshopping, food, drinks, and swimming. Click here for more information.
Phillip Sekou Glass will host a storytelling and mask workshop on Friday, July 3 during the July Art March. The workshop will be held in the Art Rise Gallery at 2427 Desoto Ave at 6:45pm and 8:15pm. Click here to read our interview with Glass and learn more about what to expect.
The First Friday Art March will take place on Friday, July 3 from 6 – 9pm at various locations in the SoFo area. This month’s Art March will feature live music from Waits & Co., Xulu Prophet, and Culture Vulture, as well as food trucks and over 20 vendors at the Indie Arts Market on Desoto Ave. Click here for complete information on this month’s locations and events.
Sulfur Studios will host an opening reception for the juried group exhibition Nurture//Nature on Friday, July 3 from 6 – 9pm. Works from over 40 artists based in countries around the globe will be on display. The show will stay up through July 17. Click here for more information.
Andrew Lyman’s exhibition, dream boy, remains up at Non-Fiction Gallery through July 7. (Stop by during the Art March on Friday, July 3 from 6 – 9pm!) A mixture of installation, photography, and sculpture works, dream boy deals with issues of gender and sexual identity within the digital landscape. Click here to read Lauren Flotte’s critique of the show.
The Grand Bohemian Gallery in the Mansion on Forsyth Park will hold an opening reception for Savannah Memories: Paintings by Tori Anderson on Friday, July 3 from 6:30 – 9pm. Anderson’s impressionistic paintings reflect the dramatic play of light within Savannah’s natural landscape. The work will remain on display through August 6. Click here for more information.
Maureen Patrick’s intimate installation Airing the Dirty Laundry goes on display at The Sentient Bean during an opening reception on Friday, July 3 from 6 – 9pm. Composed of over 50 journal pages written in graphite and worked over in a variety of media, Airing the Dirty Laundry deals with the moments we rarely, if ever, talk about. Click here for more information.
Lisa D. Watson’s exhibit, City Transversed, remains on display in the City Hall Rotunda through December. The reclaimed mixed media artworks illustrate the architectural details of the low country’s bridges as well as the native wildlife that surrounds them. Click here for more information.
The Savannah Stage Company presents a performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on Sunday, July 5 at 6pm in Forsyth Park. This performance will take place in front of the band shell and is completely free. Click here for more information.
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