It’s an Art March Friday! If you don't make it to at least one show tonight, what are you even doing?
Non-Fiction is celebrating it with the opening of “Non-Existent Blossom” by Ying Chen. The installation fixates on the relationship between daily supplies and communication. For more information, click here.
Group show “From the Hand” also opens Friday evening at Welmont Gallery. The exhibition features work by Jinny Choi, Abby Cochran, Hanna Hentze, Morgan Smith, and Oliver Stephens, all painting students at SCAD. For more information, click here.
Oglethorpe Gallery will open “Explication” this Friday. Fred Hirschman and Tianran Qin, two SCAD Photography MFA students, explore visual language in the American landscape. For more information, click here.
Graveface will showcase hand-painted movie posters direct from Ghana on Friday night. The works are from an industry called the Ghanaian Mobile Cinema, when artists set up movie screenings in villages without electricity, and span the late 80s to present-day. For more information on this unique exhibition, click here.
“KOBO: A Ten Year Retrospective” is now open at Kobo Gallery. The artist co-op just celebrated its ten-year anniversary, and they’re celebrating in grand style with over thirty of Savannah’s best artists in a jam-packed group show. The show will run until March 16, so you have plenty of time to catch it. For more information, click here.