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Mowing News • Sunday, August 1 7 1997 — 5G
rrie Morning News welcomes information
from local artists about their exhibits,
it is the responsibility of the artist or
the gallery where the works are being
shown to submit the information in
writing to this newspaper. A date when
the exhibition will run must be included.
Photographic Record of an
Archaeological Excavation In Savannah
1936-1940" will be exhibited through
Sept. 1 at Wormstoe Historic Site,
7601 Skidaway Road. Site admission
fees are $2 for adults and $1 for children.
ing an oik>rvcanvas workshop with
artist Gloria TravassosJames. The cost
of the workshop Is $35. The workshop
will be held from 9 a.m.-5 pm Sept.
13 at The Woods Apartment Complex
communtty room, 7364 Hodgson
Memorial Drive. For more Information,
call 3540418, evenings.
Hospice care, offering physical, emotional and spiritual assistance to terminally III people aid their families, Is the
subject of a photographic exhibition
presented by the Tetfair Museum of Art
and the Hospice Savannah Foundation.
The following programs accompany the
Opening Lecture — Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. —
Philip Brookman, curator of photography and media arts at the Corcoran
Gallery of Art, will deliver the opening
lecture as the exhibition's cc-curator.
He will provide an overview of the
work created by the five photographers
of the exhibition. A reception will follow. Lsctia'e sponsored by Chatham
Symposium: — Sept. 11 from 8:45 am2:30 p.m. — Hospice, Healing and the
Arts, sponsored by Tetfair Museum of
Art and Trinity United Methodist
Church. PrB+egistratfon deadline: Sept.
2. Registration fee of $10 includes
lunch. A day of programs related to
societal attitudes toward death and
dying dealing with grief and loss, and
the healing nature of the arts. Keynote
speaker Dr. John QraharrvPole.
.Sunday Special — Oct. 5 at 3 p.m.—
"Letting Go: A Hospice Journey." This
exceptional documentary was produced for HBO by Emmy winner Susan
Froemke. Deborah Dickson and Albert
Maysles. The feature-length film presents the Interwoven stories of three
hospice patients and their families.
Art for Lunch — Oct. 8 at 12:30 pm —
The Subject as Participant In
Contemporary Photography. Savannah
College of Art and Design Photography
Department Chair Steve Mosch will
dettver a talk related to Hospice: A
Photographic Inquiry, on how artists
bring tools of photojournalism into their
personal lives and invite subjects and
their families to become participants in
the creation of the Image.
Sunday Special Lecture — Oct. 12 at 3
p.m. — Sally Mann, a nationally recognized contemporary photographer featured in the exhibition, will deliver a
lecture about her career and her
Involvement with Hospice: A
Photographic Inquiry. Sponsored by the
City of Savannah Leisure Services
Bureau/Cultural Affairs Department.
Prtntmaking in The Park at 2:30 p.m.
Aug. 23 at the park's Visitor Center.
Features Eileen Fitzgerald Smith of the
Savannah Cultural Affairs office, illustrator and printmaker. For more information, call Karia Taylor, naturalist, at
598-2301. AH programs are free and
open to the public. A $2 parking pass
is required.
RAKO POTTERY will be offered from 68
p.m. Aug. 28Oct. 2 and from 10:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m. Aug. 31-Oct. 5, at
Dragonfly Studio on Tybee Island.
Presented by Sonjla Dittmer and Ann
Trotter. The cost is $100, everything
included. Call 786-4431 for more Information.
given from 2-3 0.m. Aug. 23 at the
Dolphin and The Mermaid, an art
gallery and design studio, 3121 River
Drive in Thunderbolt. Presented by
Rebecca Kahrs Willis. The event is
free. For more information, call 351
9911. No children please.
presents the Art of Kyung Ai Park as
the August exhibit at the Goodyear
Gallery in the Historic District on Jekyll
Kyung Ai Park, a native Korean, has been
a resident of the Golden Isles since the
early 1960s
The exhibition Is at the GoooVear Gallery
in the Goodyear Cottage in the Historic
District on Jekyll Island through Aug.
31. The hours are noon~4 p.m. Monday
Friday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday. There is no admission
tion of mixed media sculpture, draw
Ings and poetry by Jennifer Stenhouse,
Is on view In the Regional Arts Gallery
at the Owens-Thomas House through
Sept. 7.
Located above the Museum Shop in the
original carriage house/slave quarters
of the Owens-Thomas House at 124
Abercorn St., the gallery provides an
intimate setting for Stenhouse's smallscale works, it Is free to the public.
The Regional Arts Gallery is open the
same hours as the Owens-Thomas
House and the Telfair Academy of Arts
and Sciences: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. TuesdaySaturday and 2-5 p.m. Sunday. All facilities are closed Mondays. For more
information, call 2334252.
exhibition of Craig Harding's
"Eastwood and Friends" will be featured by the ART Center at City
Market for August. The exhibition, originally consisting of the large portraits
of internationally famous celebrities,
has been expanded to include portraits
of people of local or regional prominence or those with faces of particular
character and beauty. These portraits
of locals include playwright and novelist Bin Bagwell, actor Orion, country
music singer Mary Catherine
Shearouse and businesswoman Tammy
Mover. T(p exhibition in the Lobby
Gallery in the Decker Courtyard of City
Market is open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday and weekends by
appointment with the artist. Harding
may be reached at 236-9209.
A.T. HUN ART OALUERY, featuring some of
Savannah's finest artists, opened in
City Market. The gallery, at Jefferson
and St. Julian streets, will exhibit work
by Internationally known artists who
are not Savannalvbased. Resident
artists/owners Chuck Hamilton, Anne
EWabre and Judrth Meager will maintain permanent exhibitions. The gallery
will sponsor workshops and monthly
lectures and encourages community
participation in gallery activities. The
gallery, located next to Dreamweaver,
will be open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday-Saturday and from noorv6 pm
OEMSE RODS, a Mclntosh County school
social worker, Is exhibiting much of her
2,000-rtem collection of AfricanAmerican artifacts, including many dating back to the Civil War era, at Beach
Institute, 502 E. Harris St.. at the corner of Price and Harris streets. The.
exhibit is up through Sept. 11. The program is free.
The Fields Collection has been displayed
across the South. A brass slave anklet
Is one of the oldest pieces in the collection, which also includes an African
dowry tett. a tribal rig and a doll house
made by a stave as well as an antislavery token minted by abolitionists in
ART FOR LUNCH — Telfair Museum of Art,
121 Barnard St. Free lunchtjme gallery
talks and films each month. Bring you
lunch and enjoy during the program.
Gallery Talk: 12:30 p.m. Sept. 10,
"Expressions of Mourning in 19thcentury America." Speaker: OlMa
Savannah Art Association's summer
show by members, is being held
through Sept. 30 at the Trustees
Garden Gallery, 10 Bishop Court.
Hours: 11 a.ra-2 pm Monday-Friday
and 1-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Free to the public. For more Information, call 232-7731.
THE PORT STEWART OFFICERS' SPOUSES' CLUB is seeking vendors to exhibit
wares at the club's Fall Craft Festival
on Oct. 18. Table fees: 10 feet by 10
feet, $35; or 20 feet by 10 feet. $60.
All items must be handcrafted. For
more Information, caH Mrs. Moore at
CHERRY RJLCHER is the Tybee Arts
Association's August Artist of the
Month. Her work can be seen at the
Lighthouse Gallery on Tybee and, in
August, at the islands libraries at
Thunderbolt. Tybee and Wilmington.
She cat be contacted for an appointment at her studio In Savannah at 8974656.
— A rich exchange of ideas and the
retelling of history characterize the
shotgun houses created by artist John
Mitchell. The Mitchell fascination with
the symbolism, symmetry and cultural
significance of the unique architecture
of the shotgun house began with
research Into the history of the
Africans of the Ivory Coast.
The shotgun houses of John Mitchell tell
stories about the homes and about the
physical, cultural and spiritual lives of
many of the people who lived in such
Mitchell, who earned a master's degree
from Savannah College of Art and
Design and is now a part-time profes
sor there, will exhibit examples of his
houses with titles such as "Collage of
Memories," "Middle Passage" and
"House Icons Times Seven." There will
also be a selection of Mitchell paintings, which show the strong imprt
matur of music and dance and time
spent pointing in the Bahamas.
The Mitchell studio/gallery, In the Franklin
Ward South complex of The Art
Center. Is open from 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Monday-Saturday and from 11 a.m.-5
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Audition listings appear in Friday Diversions. Saturday and Sunday's
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Or fax information to 912-2346522
pm, Sundays. For more information,
call 2324903.
OF EVENTS through .September
Arts Center Guided Tours — Free tours of
the $10 million, 44,000^quare-fbot
performing and visual arts complex at
14 Shelter Cove Lane are offered each
week beginning at 11 a.m. Thursdays,
In the Charles and Ellen Taylor Lobby
near the box office. The 4&minute tour
explores the theaters and backstage
support facilities, art gallery and stu- dJo, meeting and reception rooms,
arjrninistratfve and technical office
spaces. No reservations necessary.
"A Funny thing Happened On The Way To
the Forum" — Hilton Head Playhouse
— Elizabeth Wallace Theatre — performances through Aug. 31 at 8 p.m.
Tuesday-Saturday. Ticket prices range
from $7-$35, Including discounts for
students, children under 12, and
groups of 20 or more. Call (803) 842ARTS for tickets.
Whimsey: Art That Makes You Smile —
Visual Arts —Walter Greer Gallery —
a show W artwdrk in a variety of media,
each offering a sense of fun, fancy or
fantasy, through Sept. 6. Admission is
free. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.~4 p.m.
Monday-Saturday and one hour prior to
performances in the Elizabeth Wallace
Keyboard Conversations — Performing
Arts — Elizabeth Wallace Theatre, 8
p.m. Sept. 8.
"Liz Story" — Elizabeth Wallace Theatre
— 8 p.m. Sept. '12-13. Tickets are $30
and may be ordered by call (803) 842ARTS.
Hilton Head Art League Members Show —
Water Greer Gallery — Sept 14Oct.
6. This annual exhibition featuring 100
original works created by local artists
in all types of media. The opening
reception for the show will be from 5-7
p.m. Sept. 14. All the art work will be
for sale. Gallery hours are 10 am.-4
p.m. Monday-Saturd»y and one hour
prior to performances in the Elizabeth
Wallace Theatre.
"A Stwyna Matter — Elizabeth Wallace
Theatre — Sept. 24Oct. 18.
Performances of the Barbara Lebow
play are at 8 pm. Tuesday-Saturday
with a 2 p.m. matinee Oct. 12. Tickets
prices range from $7 to $25, including
discounts for previews Sept. 24-25,
students groups of 20 or more. Call
(803) 842-ARTS for tickets.
Evenly Of The Arts Exhibition — Walter
Greer Gallery — Oct. 13-24. A twoweek exhibit of work created by
regional artists to be auctioned off at
the 17th annual Evening of the Arts. A
variety fo sculptures, paintings, pottery
ad jewelry has been donated by more
than 100 Lowcourrtry artists The auction, set for the evening of Oct. 25, will
raise money for the" Island School
Council's "Artists in Education" pu>
gram through which The Self Family
Arts Center brings in professional
^- artists form around the country to
work on special projects with students
and teachers at six area schools. For
nxire information, contact the Island
School Council at (803) 681-5381.
"The Left Hand Singing" — Dunnagan's
Alley Theatre — A new play by Barbara
Lebow — Oct. 22-Nov. 1.
Performances are Tuesday through
Saturday at 8 p.m. Ticket prices range
from $7 to $15 Including discounts for
previews Oct. 22 & 23, students and
groups of 20 or more. For tickets, call
(803) 842-ARTS.
CRAFT*, 40 E. Factors Walk, exhibits
the work of 70 artists. Featured this
month are 20 new artists, Including
Isabella Davis, stained glass, and
Heten Harris, rtoral designs. Hours; 10
a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Call 2389t48.
Ogtethorpe Ave., presents Mist and
Fog photographs by Savannah photographer Jack Leigh. The 25 black and
white photographs depict the marshes,
creeks, rivers and islands of coastal
Georgia and South Carolina. The exhibition will run through October. Gallery
hours are from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. MondaySaturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday. Call
234*449 for information.'
cafe on Tybee, in collaboration with
Tybee Arts Association, presents "The
Baker's Palette," featuring a different
local artist each month. The chefs
choice for August Is Mary ingalls
reflecting her whimsical and surviving
stainecrglass creations. Hours: 8 a.nv
6 p.m. Located on Tybee Island at U.S.
• 80 and Campbell Avenue in the T.A.G.
Center. Admission free.'78&8003
Gallery 303, third floor of Foy Hall, has
opened a collection of mixed media
and fiber arts constructions by Dorothy
Fletcher Eckmarm. The exhibit,
"Search for Center," is on view
through Aug. 30.
Beginning Sept. 3, Wednesdays, 6-9
p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 6, 9 a.m.-1
p.m. at The Dolphin and The Mermaid
Art Gallery & Design Studio. Both are
six-week courses. Presented by
Rebecca Willis. Cost: $150 for sixweek course. For more information and
supply list, call Willis at 351-9911.
.Sign up early, class space limited.
THE TYBEE AJHB ASSOCIATION is accepting applications from Interested artists
and fine crafters to participate In a
Juried Festival of Arts scheduled for
Oct. 10-11 at the new pavilion on the
beach at Tybee. The inaugural event,
•Tybee Festival of the Arts," is sponsored by the Tybee Arts Association,
city of Tybee Island and Chatham
County. There will be substantial media
and business sponsorship. The two-day
event Is a celebration of arts, including
music and dance. Painters, potters,
woodworkers, photographers and
weavers from throughout the
Southeast are invited to present to display and sell their art works. For application and additional information contact: Tybee Arts Association/Festival
of the Arts. P.O. Box 2344, Tybee
Island, Ga. 31328. Fax 786-7065 or
GALLERY 209 Is featuring the landscapes
and floral designs of watercolorist
Lynda K. Potter and the ornamental
and functional pottery of Deborah
Mueller during August. Mueller's func
tiooal pottery features stoneware,
earthenware and low fire clays with
leadless, nontoxic glazes. Her Raku is
both traditional Japanese and
Amencan style with vibrant lustres and
crackles in the glare
Gallery 209 Is on East River Street and
open from 10:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m
Monday Saturday and from noon !V 30
p.m. Sunday. Call 23&45S3..
St A cooperative of original arts and
crafts from low country artisans of
Savannah and surrounding areas.
Featuring handcrafted decorative and
functional pottery by Ann Gleodenning.
Open from 10 a.m. 6 p.m. daily. 2367280.
SUMMER DANCE offered through Sept
13 at 11 W. Bay St. Times; 6 p.m.
Monday, basic ballet; 7 p.m. Tuesday.
rrxxtern dance, 6 p.m. Friday, Yoga,
and 9:30 a.m. Saturday, modern
dance. Presented by trie Loft. Trie cost
is $70 for 10 classes, $37 for five
classes, and $8 for a single class. All
classes for adults. New students are
• welcome anytime. Call 231O4O5.
IMS ACLA — School of Traditional Irish
Step Dancing. Classes begin Sept. 3 at
8412 Whitfield Ave. Registration for
fall term now being held. For more
information, call Dariene Beytagh, 3558339.
SPANISH CLASSES will begin Sept. 4 and
meet once a week for a month.
Classes are for children ages 5-12.
Sponsored by the City of Savannah
Leisure Services Department of
Cultural Affairs, Visual Arts Studio.
Fee: $35. For more information and
pnweglstratlon, call Stacy Gibbonl at
651-4248. Class size is limited.
YOUTH DANCE PROGRAM will be held at
4 pm. 5 pm and 6 p.m. Mondays,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays through the
fall at W.W. Law Center, 900 E. Bolton
St. The three different classes are presented by the Chatham County Youth
Department Leisure Services. The program is free. Ages 12-20. For more
information, call 651-6787.
Savannah Speech and Hearing Center,
will be held on Thursdays from 5-7 pan.
Aug. 21-Sept. 25. (Beginner, intermediate, advanced, conversational). Preregistration required. Classes depend
upon registration.* Cost for class and
books nonrefundable $50 per person,
$25 for book. Call 355-4601 for more
will be offered In two sessions: Sept.
3-Oct. 8. This is a six-week course that
._ runs six consecutive Wednesdays, &9
pm; and Saturdays. Sept. 6Oet 11,9
a.m.-l p.m., at the Dolphin and The
Mermaid Art Gallery and Design
Studio. 3121 River Drive in
Thunderbolt. The cost is $150 for the
six-week course. For more information
and supply list, call Rebecca Willis at
All class fees include related materials. To
register, call the Visual Arts Studio at
651-4248. Class size is limited.
Children's Art — Unlock your child's artistic imagination with creative and fun
activities that encourage serfexptoration and increased self-esteem. Age:
&6 years. Dates: Sept. l&Nov. 4
(Tuesdays). Time: 4:30-5:30 pm
Youth Art — This class Introduces students to line, form, color composition
and how these concepts relate to
everyday life. Study of art history will
be incorporated'into each lesson. Age:
7-8 years. Dates: Sept. 15-Ncv. 3
(Mondays). Time: 4-5 p.m.
Teen Art — A wide variety of media and
styles will be addressed through drawing, painting and printmaking. Classes
will Incorporate discussion about art
styles and movements. Critiques wHI
be encouraged during the creative
process. Age: 13-18 years. Dates:
Sept. 17-Nov. 5 (Wednesdays). Time:
4-6 p.m.
Art — Students will lean basic art elements and principles of art. Terms will
Introduced and used to enhance students' vocabulary. Age: 9-12 years.
Dates: Sept. l»Nov. 7 (Fridays). Time
4:30-5:30 pm
Printmaking — 7-9 p.m. Thursdays, July
24-Sept. 11 at the Visual Arts Studio.
Forages teen-adult. Instructor/artist:
Eileen Fitzgerald Smith. Fee: $75.
Summer art classes for teens and adults:
Self Portraiture: Inside and Out —
Instructor Elsie T. Hill — 5-7 pm July
234ug. 27 (Wednesdays). Fee: $60.
Watercoior — Instructor: Wynne Hodges
—10 a.m.-noon Aug. 2-30,
(Saturdays). Fee: $50.
Must register ahead of time to pick up
supply list. Call 925O055.
Checkerboard Garden Quirt Class — 6:30
p.m. Aug. 19 at Colonial Quilts, 11710A Large Drive. Cost $20.
Beginning Watercoior Quilt Class — 10
a.m. Aug. 16 and 30 at 11710-A Largo
Drive. Cost: $25, includes fabric sample kit.
Offered by the Coastal Georgia Center
For Continuing Education.
Black Confederates — From 6:30-8:30
p.m. Aug. 27 at Savannah State
University. The class focuses on the
participation ot African Americans in
the Confederate Armed Services.
Instructor Murry Dorty will discuss the
role of body servants, the attitude of
the Southern free men and slaves who
fought both willingly aod unwillingly
and the decision of the Southern
Confederate Government to arm the
Negro. Cost: $10. Call 35S&2243 to
Child Development II -- Mondays. July 14
Sept. 8, at Savannah State University
Class will not meet Sept. 1. Twenty
hours. Cost: $70 Call 356-2243 to
Food Preparation in the Child Care Setting
— 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 23. at Savannah
State University Cost. $15. Call 356
2243 to register.
WORKSHOP/DANCE, a summer session.
will be held through Sept. 13 at The
Dance Loft. Classes will be in basic
ballet, advanced modern and yoga. The
cost is $37. $70, $120 and $180 for
10 weeks. For registration and more
information, call 231-0405.
Professional Investigator Series:
Investigative Sources of Information covers databases, available public
records, the problems with witnesses
and informants, what your credit
report tells you and the problems with
and composite drawings.
Instructor Jerry Modena has 30 years
of experience with the Bibb County
Sheriffs Department, where he was in
charge of the drug/vice intelligence
unit. The class will be held from 6:308:30 p.m. Aug. 14 and 21. The cost is
$55 or $100 for both courses. Call
651-2550 to register.
Internet Courses
Internet for Beginners — 6-9 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Downtown Conference Center.
Cost: $110. Call 651-2550 to register.
Creatirg Web Pages — 6-9 p.m. Sept. 8
and 10 at the Downtown Conference '
Center. Cost: $110. Call 651-2550 to
Computer Bastes — Meet Your Computer
— 6-9 p.m. Sept. 16 at Armstrong
Atlantic State University. Cost: $38.
Call 927-5322 to register.
UWQ EDUCTION offers the following . ;
Tai Chi Ch'uan is the Yang style of Tai Chi
that involves harmonious interaction ofbody, breath and mind. Participant!
will team how to bulW strength and
coordination. Instructor Joy Drummond
Is certified by the Himalayan Institute :
and Master Cheng Uu. Two sessions
are offered: Tuesdays, 6:3O8 pm,
July &Aug. 26; or Fridays, 6:30-8 pm
July 11-Aug. 29. The class will meet at
the Armstrong House, 2256 Armstrong
Drive, across from Savannah State •
University. The cost is $90. CaH 3562243 to register.
Shifting Sand: Are We Building or Not?
at 8 p.m. Sept. 2, with Cathy Sakas,
interpretive naturalist host/writer of
'The Coastal Naturalist" series of
Georgia Public TV.
The program is sponsored by the Tybee
Island Marine Science Center and
Chatham County Parks and
Recreation. The lectures are free and
open to the public. Call the center at
786-5917 for more information^
BIRD DENTlRCATKtN/POP PIANO WORKSHOP are two new courses offered by
the Coastal Georgia Center for
Continuing Education as part of the
summer quarter's creative arts and
leisure courses at Armstrong Atlantic
State University.
Pop Piano Workshop — 6-9 p.m. Aug. 26.
Cost: $55. Location: AASU. Call 9275322 to register or 6-9 p.m.
Flower Pot Painting — Billie Strickland —
.6-9 p.m. Aug. 21
Cinnamon Dough Art — Laura Darned —
6:30-8:30 p.m. Aug. 27 (adults) and
12:30-2:30 p.m. Aug. 30 (children and
Wilton Cake Decorating class — Basic
begins from 10 am-noon Aug. 25;
6:30-8:30 pm Aug. 28: and &30&30
p.m. Sept. 30. (four classes per session). Wilton III begins from 6:306:30
pm Aug. 29.
Quickie Bird House — Barbara Percefl —
1-4 pm. Aug. 23. decorate a wooden
Santa's Village — paint village — 6:308:30 pm Aug. 14 and from 12:302:30 pm Aug. 18. (separate classes).
Comtelass — Garry McKee — the ABC's
of drawing comic book illustrations —
6-8 p.m. Aug. 20. 22. 27 And 29.
Separate classes.
Memory Book Workshop — Katharine
Hemphill — 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22.
Bring five-10 photos and album to create a theme. Acid-free materials available for treasured photos.
Watercoior — Jerry Kimball — Paint a
lighthouse, fruit or old bam, for all skill
levels (four classes per session) begins
from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Aug. 19. 21. 26
and 28; 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Watercolor Portraits — Maxine Helmey —
2-5 p.m Aug. 13 and 20. (two classes
in session).
Bob Ross oil painting method — Marlene
Cessna — noorv4:30 p.m. Aug. 24 ^
Basic oval mountain painting.
Fester Plaster Fruit and Veggie Wreath Charlee - 1 3 p.m. Aug. 22
Crossroads, offers classes -- based on
individual needs — in the following dur
ing August: basics of art rubber stamping; embossing; stamping of fabric
painted furniture; silk painting: holiday
card designing; handstamped note
txx)ks, lunch bags or teacher totes;
paper making; children's art classes;
adult art classes; and watercoior
classes. Additional information: 927
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