Andrew Lyman’s show Dream Boy opens at Non-Fiction Gallery with an opening reception from 7 – 10pm on Friday, June 19. The photographic exhibition is the winner of Non-Fiction’s “Your Art Here” contest. An artist talk will follow on Saturday, June 20 from 4:30 – 6pm. Click here to get a taste of Andrew’s work.
The Savannah Fire Flea market will host its opening weekend event on Saturday, June 20 from 8am – 2pm. Vendors are invited to come and sell art wares and other items throughout the day. Click here for more information.
Head down to the Grand Bohemian Gallery inside the Mansion on Forsyth Park for Glassware by Kicking Glass. The exhibition of elegant glassware designs will be on view Friday, June 19 (4 – 8pm) through Saturday, June 20 (11am – 2pm). Click here for more information.
The 2015 Artists & Artisans Tour will be held on Thursday, June 25 from 5:30 – 8pm. Works by over 25 local artists will be shown in several local homes during a block party art show hosted by the Downtown Neighborhood Association of Savannah (DNA) and Arts Resource Collective Savannah (ARC). Look out for an upcoming article from SAI with the lowdown on this event on Monday. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.
The Jepson Center for the Arts will host a free lecture by Courtney McNeil (the Telfair’s curator of Fine Art & Exhibitions) called “Bet You Didn’t Know: The Telfair’s Collection of African American Art” on Thursday, June 25 at 6pm. This in-depth lecture will cover the current state of the Telfair’s collection of African-American art and its future. Click here for more information.
Savannah’s Mossterpiece remains up on the façade of Judge Realty throughout the month of June. Stop by any time to take a look, click here to read SAI’s interview with artist, and donate to support future public art endeavors here.
Moments In Space, a photographic exhibition by Toni-Lyn Keller exploring the effects of imagery on mood and environment, continues at The Foundery Coffee Pub throughout the month of June. Click here for more information.
Mandala Blooms, an exhibition by Rachel Greneker of traditional mandalas created in a papercut style, continues at coffee.deli throughout the month of June. Click here for more information.
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