Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The 2011 Spring Senior Thesis Exhibition

Christopher Johnson, Kench Weathers, Tyisha Butler
Work by spring 2011 graduating visual art seniors

"The student works range from expressive and non-representational illustrations, sculptures , and photographs that respond to daily obstacles and the emotions they evoke to performance art, and printmaking that address the social and political environment of the African continent."

-Nicholas Silberg, BFA Program Coordinator

Opening Reception Thursday May 5th, 6:00pm

The Gallery and its events are free and open to the public.
The Gallery is located in the lobby of the SSU Social Science Building, 3219 College Street, across from the Kennedy Fine Arts Building. Visitors must obtain a parking pass during normal business hours. A pass is not required for the opening or after 5:00pm.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Hang ‘Em High

SSU's Art & Design Society’s Premier Exhibition

Regina Felton 2011
Savannah State University’s Art and Design Society presents “Hang ‘Em High”, a "hanging" art exhibition April 22nd - April 28th 2011.  The exhibition is located in room the King Frazier Student Center in room 132 next to the student cafĂ©. 

Opening reception April 22 from 6:00-9:00 pm. 

The exhibition includes works from the Visual Arts Concentration and other Savannah State University students. The event is free and open to the public.            

Contact Information:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          artanddesignsssu@gmail.com

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Richard Law

Richard Law
Richard Law’s work will be celebrated at Savannah State University during Black History month February 11 through 22nd.

Richard Law, a native of Savannah is a self taught artist who depicts  African American genre type scenes.  He receives his inspiration by figures and landscapes seen throughout his life in the deep South. His folk art style emphasizes clarity in color and line. Law states, “I paint things around me and things I grew up with”.  Law’s work has been shown in South Carolina, local galleries in Savannah; and featured in a variety of published periodicals. 

February 2011 Exhibitions

SSU Visual Art Faculty
USG Board of Regents
Atlanta, Georgia 
February through April 8

Rik Freeman - SSU alumnus
Beach Institute
Savannah, Georgia
February 6 - May

Richard Law
SSU Social Science Gallery
Savannah, Georgia
February 7 - February 23

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Recent Works

Ryan Washington
An exhibition of selected student works from the Visual Arts studio courses offered during the fall 2010 semester. The studio courses include Photography I and Printmaking I.

Janurary 3rd - 30th 2011

Reception: Saturday 1/8/2011
6 - 8 p.m.

Sentient Bean
13 East Park Ave.
Savannah, Georgia

Works by Jerry Luke

On display through January in Savannah State University Social Science Gallery. The exhibition is open Mondays through Fridays 10:AM - 5:00PM. A closing reception is scheduled for Friday January 28 at 6: 00PM.

Mr. Luke holds a BFA and MFA in drawing and painting from University of Georgia.  He will be showing his new work of  painting shaped  in the form of hangers and sculptures.. His eccentric realism is approaches art behind the doors of genre life.

Mr. Luke has exhibited at the Albany Art Museum in Albany, Georgia; South Georgia College; the Okefenokee Heritage Center in Waycross;  Glynn Art Association on St. Simon Island;  the Gallery Expresso in Savannah, and many other galleries.

Mr. Luke is a member of the Savannah Art Association, the Tybee Island Art Association, and the Glynn Art Association.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Theatre Production Schedule for Fall 2010

Flyin West
Written by Pearl Cleage
Directed by David I. L. Poole
November 4-6 at 7pm, November 7 at 3pm
Kennedy Fine Arts Building
"A Cinderella Dance Concert"
Directed and Choreographed by LaJune Wise-Wilkerson
November 12-13 at 7pm
Kennedy Fine Arts Building