It's a great week for some awesome, thought-provoking art! Let's get right into it!
Tonight, Page Rippers at Location Gallery opens. The exhibition is in conjunction with and benefits the Savannah Book Festival. Artists were invited to rip a page from the 1939 potboiler "The Damned Don't Cry" and illustrate it. Twenty artists participated, and the range is pretty impressive. For more information, click here.
Also tonight, Reliquary opens at Kobo Gallery. The members of the gallery share stories behind the objects they've made. Their jewelry is the perfect gift for a special someone (hint, hint). For more information, click here.
What Is Your America opens tonight too (busy night!) at Sulfur Studios. The call for entries asked artists, simply, what is your America and what is your place in it? Curated by Stephanie Raines and Jeremiah Jossim, the show is bound to be politically charged and runs through the 19th. For more information, click here.
Tuesday night sees the opening of The Storyteller Returns: Prints by Elmer Ramos. The work in the show is process-driven and equal parts monoprint, screenprint, drawing, and collage. For more information, click here.
Have an artful week!