Monday, August 31, 2009

SSU's AIDS Quilt Contribution

Professor Clara Aguero's students contribute to the AIDS quilt. Founded in 1987, The AIDS Memorial Quilt is a poignant memorial, a powerful tool for use in preventing new HIV infections, and the largest ongoing community arts project in the world.The quilt was shown in Savannah at the Bull Street Library in April 2009. Thanks to all of you and especially to the Ms. Schell of the Union Mission, Professor Aguero, HIV Student Peer Educators and Dr. Gentry. 

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

2009/2010 Theatre Performance Dates

Sisters the Storm is Over Now
By Rev. Timmie Curry
September 12th at 7:30 p.m.
Directed By Timmie Curry

The Lady Aoi 

By Yukio Mishima 
October 15-17 at 8pm; October 18 at 3pm
Directed By David I.L. Poole

By Ted Shine 
November 12-14 at 8pm; November 15 at 3pm
Directed By Teresa-Michelle Walker

Dance Concert 
November 20-21 at 7pm
Directed and Choreographed By LaJune Wise-Wilkerson

For Colored Girls 
By Ntozake Shange F
February 17-20 at 8pm; February 21 at 3pm
Directed By Teresa-Michelle Walker

African Medea 
By Jim Magnuson 
April 15-17 at 8pm; April 18 at 3pm
Directed By Mical Whitaker


Welcome to the NEW Savannah State University Fine Arts blog! The fine arts program at Savannah University is a BFA degree granting program offering studies in the visual and performing arts. We anticipate an exciting year with several theatre, dance, music and visual art productions, exhibits and recitals. Please check back often to get the full scoop!