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365 Days: The Story of Two Kennels — Lisa Rosenmeier’s paintings of shelter pets. Oct. 6-Nov. 3. Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 W. Henry St.

The Art of the Art-Quilt — The "Art of Art-Quilting" exhibit showcases the use of fabric, thread and quilting to create the illusion of three dimensions. The images presented by the Art Quilters of the Lowcountry range from realistic to abstract. The Quilters are Ron Hodge, Shaaron Thomas, Peg Weschke and Jody Wigton. Nov. 1-30. savannahjea.org. Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St.

The Rodin exhibit at the Jepson Center continues into January.
  • The Rodin exhibit at the Jepson Center continues into January.

Avanguardia — Avanguardia, an exhibition by Savannah-based artist Lisa D. Watson, explores the encroachment of the constructed environment on the natural landscape. Watson uses 95 percent reclaimed materials in her artmaking to keep her ecological footprint small. Avanguardia is part of Telfair Museums’ #art912 initiative, a dedicated platform to showcase the work of Savannah Artists. Nov. 17-March 11. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Clair and Eric Ceramics — Ceramics by Clair and Eric. Nov. 17-Dec. 29. Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 W. Henry St.

Collective Intelligence — The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Collective Intelligence," a solo exhibition featuring the work of Agnieszka Kurant, composed of sculpture, works on paper, lenticular prints and a video. Kurant’s research-based practice explores how complex social, economic and cultural systems can operate in ways that confuse distinctions between fiction and reality or nature and culture. Oct. 12-Jan. 14. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

FAAA Members Small Works Exhibition — Telfair Museums presents the first-ever exhibition at the Jepson Center by the artist members of the museum’s Friends of African American Arts group. Oct. 5-Nov. 6. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres — The SCAD Museum of Art presents this eponymous exhibition of works by the late Cuban-American artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres. This collection forms a concise dialogue centered on the artist’s exploration of the fragile boundaries between public and private domains and his use of abstraction as a vehicle for political critique. Oct. 5-Jan. 14. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Fiber Guild of the Savannahs — The Fiber Guild of the Savannahs is a group of fiber artists who meet regularly to share inspiration and techniques using a wide variety of fiber-related arts. Spinning, weaving, dyeing, quilting, knitting, basketry, rug making, paper manipulation, needle felting, and crocheting are just some of the crafts their members explore. Oct. 1-31. savannahjea.org. Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St.

Friends of African American Art Members Small Works Exhibition — Telfair Museums presents the first ever in-museum exhibition by artists who are members of F3A. The exhibition opens the night of the annual Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Lecture. Participants must be current members of F3A. Oct. 5-Nov. 6. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Gates Maybe — Everett Mayo has been painting and print making since the 60’s and for this show, his work combines abstraction with the historic cast iron imagery frequently found in Savannah gates and fences. Nov. 17-Jan. 5. whatisthebutcher.com/. The Butcher Tattoo Studio, 19 East Bay St.

Guo Pei: Couture Beyond — SCAD exhibits the work of Chinese fashion designer Guo Pei, best known for the yellow cape entertainer Rihanna wore to the 2015 Met Gala. The exhibition held at Pei Ling Chan Gallery on MLK Blvd. will complement a larger exhibition at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film in Atlanta. Oct. 27-March 4. scad.edu/exhibitions/savannah/exhibitions.cfm. Pei Ling Chan Gallery and Garden for the Arts, 322 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd.

Kathy Miller and Susan Hokanson — Kathy Miller paints in oils and watercolors, and her masterful etchings on handmade paper with feathered edges have become a favorite keepsake for Gallery 209 patrons for several decades. Suzy Hokanson creates one-of-a-kind handwoven and nuno-felted fabric works of art, in which colors and textures are free-woven using silk, wool, alpaca, cotton, linin and hand-made rayon fibers. Oct. 1-31. gallery209savannah.com/. Gallery 209, 209 E River St.

Laney Contemporary Fine Art Grand Opening — The opening features work by Katherine Sandoz, Betsy Cain, Marcus Kenney, Todd Schroeder, Pamela wiley, Stephanie Howard, and Will Penny, in addition to showcasing select iconic photographs by Jack Leigh. Thu., Sep. 28, 6:30 p.m. Laney Contemporary, 1810 Mills B. Lane Blvd.

The Little Friends of Printmaking: Greetings from California — Husband-and-wife team JW and Melissa Buchanan are The Little Friends of Printmaking, a pair of award-winning illustrators and designers. Nov. 27-Jan. 28. foxyloxycafe.com. Foxy Loxy Cafe, 1919 Bull St.

Lost at Sea: The Liminal Essence of Immigration — The museum’s first international exhibition (in various media), featuring the work of artists from Scotland, England, Ethiopia and Savannah (none of whom were born in the United States.) Conceived by the late Bertha Husband, it investigates the psychology and logistics of trans-oceanic relocation and acculturation. Featuring original work by Bertha Husband, Simon Ford, Colin Lloyd, Milutin Pavlovic and Kebedech Tekleab. Oct. 18-Jan. 7. shipsofthesea.org. Ships of The Sea Museum, 41 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

October — Conceived the week that Hurricane Matthew struck Savannah, and developed over the last year, Katherine Sandoz’ newest show "October" includes paintings, textiles and an installation. Her new works feature the landscapes and botanicals that thrive regionally in October. ongoing. Location Gallery at Austin Hill Realty, 417 Whitaker St.

Open Studio Night — Fri., Oct. 27, 7 p.m. Alexander Hall Gallery, 668 Indian St.

Robert Friedman — Bob Friedman is a Savannah sculptor and painter. The former administrator and professor of sociology at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, Friedman came to his new avocation in 1997. Dec. 1-31. savannahjea.org. Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St.

Savannahland X — Savannahland X depicts an alternate timeline version of Savannah. The beauty, history, and overall vibe still remain, but some of the characters are new, the familiar scenes twisted and reimagined. Savannahland takes the ghost stories and tall tales of Savannah and adds new strange beasts with even taller tales. See a Savannah with winged alligators high above Forsyth Park and Southern Belles portrayed with a baroque aesthetic done in spray paint and acrylic. free and open to the public Fri., Oct. 6, 6-9 p.m. Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull St.

Scenic Impressions: Southern Interpretations from the Johnson Collection — When the world gets urban, the South gets Southern. That’s one way to sum up Scenic Impressions: Southern Paintings from the Johnson Collection, which tells the visual story of shifting stylistic trends in the 19th and early 20th centuries, when Savannah artists of their day often found themselves working in contrast to the increasing mechanism of Europe. Oct. 13-March 25. telfair.org. Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, 121 Barnard St.

Scribble Art Studio: It’s A Small World — Oct. 30-Nov. 26. foxyloxycafe.com. Foxy Loxy Cafe, 1919 Bull St.

Continuing Exhibits

Animal Instinct — This exhibition offers a chance to reflect on our relationships with animals and how they are an intrinsic part of our lives. Through Nov. 26. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Belle Nature de Lacoste: Peseveretrees and Beautes Blues — Hailee Potter presents handmade cyanotypes and black and white photographic prints that explore the nature of Lacoste, France. Through Oct. 29. foxyloxycafe.com. Foxy Loxy Cafe, 1919 Bull St.

God and Modern Man — What is the relationship between God and modern man? Through Oct. 15. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.

I’m Trying to Tell You — Maggie Mullin O’Hara is a multimedia artist from Pittsburgh currently based in Columbia, SC, and Savannah. Her exhibition will incorporate the mediums of video, performance, photography, sculpture, and installation. The show will include a site-specific sculptural video installation featuring a yearlong performance piece created specifically for the show. Through Nov. 5. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Kahlil Gibran and the Feminine Divine — Telfair Museums proudly boasts the largest public collection of visual art by Kahlil Gibran in the United States, donated in 1950 by his lifelong supporter and mentor, Southern native Mary Haskell Minis. Through Jan. 2, 2018. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Kirk Varnedoe: In the Middle at the Modern — Through the lens of an art historian’s life, Kirk Varnedoe: In the Middle at The Modern challenges the nature of authenticity and the power of museums to define what is "high" and what is "low." Native to Savannah and a national art legend, Varnedoe helped set in motion these questions as Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art (1988-2001). This biographic exhibition of altered documents, photographs, animations, and ephemera explores how Varnedoe’s journey—from an early art class at Telfair Academy to one of the world’s leading museums—sharpened his values and curatorial insight. Through Feb. 11, 2018. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Law and Music — The exhibit features content from W. W. Law’s music, book, periodical, and photograph collections, and includes interactive activities designed to introduce children to the math and science concepts embedded in music. Through Jan. 1, 2018. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.

Lines of Influence — The SCAD Museum of Art and the Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundation present a group exhibition to commemorate the centennial celebration of the birth of acclaimed painter, storyteller, educator and chronicler of the mid-20th-century African American experience, Jacob Lawrence. Through Feb. 4, 2018. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Lila Cabaniss SCCPSS Art Teachers Exhibit — Named after the pioneering Savannah artist and teacher, Lila Cabaniss, this exhibition includes work in a variety of media by local art educators. Through Oct. 1. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Marcee Musgrove and Elmer Ramos — Mixed media paintings, print and collages by Marcee Musgrove and Elmer Ramos are on view through September. Through Sep. 30. bullstreetlabs.com. Bull Street Labs, 2222 Bull St.

Micro//Macro — "Micro//Macro" prompted artists to submit work that examines the very small, the very large, or the relationship between the two. What can we learn when we step outside of our usual perspective? What is revealed at the cosmic or microscopic level? free and open to the public Through Sep. 30. 912. 231. 7105. Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull St.

Mixed Media — Liza Crowley Judson, Christina Edwards, and Doris Grieder present their mixed media works. Through Sep. 30. hospicesavannah.org/. Hospice Savannah, 1352 Eisenhower Dr.

Native Blooms — Local artist and City of Savannah employee Carol Lasell Miller will present an exhibition of original paintings. Miller uses the medium acrylics to capture the beautiful and varied bouquet of individuals that make Savannah so remarkable. Through Dec. 31. Savannah City Hall, 2 East Bay Street.

(the other side of the) Worlds Collide — Rob Hessler’s drawings of an alternate universe. Through Sep. 29. Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 W. Henry St.

Other Situations — Liliana Porter is best known for her photographs and installations exploring the conflicting boundaries between reality and fiction and the ways in which images are circulated and consumed. Selected works feature anonymous miniature figurines confronted with overwhelming tasks as a metaphor for the burden of labor and domesticity. Through Jan. 7, 2018. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Propaganda of War — The posters, designed and realized by Wendy Melton, the Curator of Exhibits and Education, retain the style and flavor of historic referents, which are included in the exhibition. Wendy has reinforced the connection to Savannah by including exhibits featuring Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah ships sunk in both world wars by German submarines. Through Oct. 15. shipsofthesea.org. Ships of The Sea Museum, 41 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

Rodin: The Human Experience — Rodin: The Human Experience presents a selection of 32 figures in bronze by Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), the French sculptor who left behind 19th century academic traditions to focus on conveying the passion and vitality of the human spirit. This exhibition is in honor of the centennial of Rodin’s death. Through Jan. 7, 2018. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Small Treasures — Small Treasures, an exhibit on display at City Hall through December, brings together a unique sampling of artifacts from eight of Savannah’s premier cultural institutions. Each "small treasure" has a unique story to tell, and together all highlight Savannah’s rich and diverse history. Through Dec. 31. Savannah City Hall, 2 East Bay Street.

The Species Between Us — The SixTwelve Residency from Oklahoma City brings us Amanda Zoey Weathers. Amanda discovered quite a few similarities in our climate which inform what grows and lives in both cities. Through Sep. 29. Location Gallery at Austin Hill Realty, 417 Whitaker St.

Temporal — New York-based artist Miya Ando explores images and materials and their associative cultural significance. Her exhibition brings together three significant works and series made of wood, steel and silk chiffon. "Temporal" underscores the artist’s interest in the contrasts between the steadfast and the ephemeral, the secular and the spiritual. Through Jan. 14, 2018. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

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Ongoing

365 Days: The Story of Two Kennels — Lisa Rosenmeier’s paintings of shelter pets. Oct. 6-Nov. 3. Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 W. Henry St.

Animal Instinct — The diversity of animal imagery in Animal Instinct reveals the wide-ranging roles animals inhabit in an anthropocentric world. From wild beasts to loyal companions, artists help viewers reflect on their connections to animals and the myriad roles that various creatures play in our lives. This exhibition offers a chance to reflect on our relationships with animals and how they are an intrinsic part of our lives. Through Nov. 26. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

The Art of the Art-Quilt — The "Art of Art-Quilting" exhibit showcases the use of fabric, thread and quilting to create the illusion of three dimensions. The images presented by the Art Quilters of the Lowcountry range from realistic to abstract. The Quilters are Ron Hodge, Shaaron Thomas, Peg Weschke and Jody Wigton. Nov. 1-30. savannahjea.org. Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St.

Art on River Street — Local artists display and sell their art on the river. Free first Saturday, Sunday of every month, 10 a.m. Rousakis Plaza, River St.

Avanguardia — Avanguardia, an exhibition by Savannah-based artist Lisa D. Watson, explores the encroachment of the constructed environment on the natural landscape. Watson uses 95 percent reclaimed materials in her artmaking to keep her ecological footprint small. Avanguardia is part of Telfair Museums’ #art912 initiative, a dedicated platform to showcase the work of Savannah Artists. Nov. 17-March 11. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Belle Nature de Lacoste: Peseveretrees and Beautes Blues — Hailee Potter presents handmade cyanotypes and black and white photographic prints that explore the nature of Lacoste, France. Through Oct. 29. foxyloxycafe.com. Foxy Loxy Cafe, 1919 Bull St.

Call for Artists at ThincSpace — ThincSavannah, Savannah’s premiere coworking space, inhabits more than 8,000 square feet of shared office and exhibition space. Ample wall availability provides valuable gallery space for established and emerging fine artists. Applicants work must not be religious, political, or graphic in nature. Submitted work should be professionally framed and will be co-curated and hung by qualified participants. Perfect opportunity for thesis exhibitions. Fee: $100/10 pieces for duration of exhibition, 5-15 pieces/artist. Space rental provides for reception. Email for information. ongoing. summer@thincsavannah.com. thincsavannah.com. thincsavannah.com. Thinc Savannah, 35 Barnard St. 3rd Floor.

Clair and Eric Ceramics — Ceramics by Clair and Eric. Nov. 17-Dec. 29. Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 W. Henry St.

Collective Intelligence — The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Collective Intelligence," a solo exhibition featuring the work of Agnieszka Kurant, composed of sculpture, works on paper, lenticular prints and a video. Kurant’s research-based practice explores how complex social, economic and cultural systems can operate in ways that confuse distinctions between fiction and reality or nature and culture. Oct. 12-Jan. 14. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Complex Uncertainties: Artists in Postwar America — Complex Uncertainties: Artists in Postwar America is an evolving exhibition grounded by works in Telfair’s modern and contemporary collection. This presentation brings forth undercurrents that permeate artmaking from the global eruption of World War II until today—events that challenge artists to explore unknowns, react to power, and construct narratives. ongoing. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

FAAA Members Small Works Exhibition — Telfair Museums presents the first-ever exhibition at the Jepson Center by the artist members of the museum’s Friends of African American Arts group. Oct. 5-Nov. 6. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres — The SCAD Museum of Art presents this eponymous exhibition of works by the late Cuban-American artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres. This collection forms a concise dialogue centered on the artist’s exploration of the fragile boundaries between public and private domains and his use of abstraction as a vehicle for political critique. Oct. 5-Jan. 14. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Fiber Guild of the Savannahs — The Fiber Guild of the Savannahs is a group of fiber artists who meet regularly to share inspiration and techniques using a wide variety of fiber-related arts. Spinning, weaving, dyeing, quilting, knitting, basketry, rug making, paper manipulation, needle felting, and crocheting are just some of the crafts their members explore. Oct. 1-31. savannahjea.org. Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St.

Friends of African American Art Members Small Works Exhibition — Telfair Museums presents the first ever in-museum exhibition by artists who are members of F3A. The exhibition opens the night of the annual Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Lecture. Participants must be current members of F3A. Oct. 5-Nov. 6. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Gates Maybe — Everett Mayo has been painting and print making since the 60’s and for this show, his work combines abstraction with the historic cast iron imagery frequently found in Savannah gates and fences. Nov. 17-Jan. 5. whatisthebutcher.com/. The Butcher Tattoo Studio, 19 East Bay St.

God and Modern Man — What is the relationship between God and modern man? Through Oct. 15. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.

Guo Pei: Couture Beyond — SCAD exhibits the work of Chinese fashion designer Guo Pei, best known for the yellow cape entertainer Rihanna wore to the 2015 Met Gala. The exhibition held at Pei Ling Chan Gallery on MLK Blvd. will complement a larger exhibition at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film in Atlanta. Oct. 27-March 4. scad.edu/exhibitions/savannah/exhibitions.cfm. Pei Ling Chan Gallery and Garden for the Arts, 322 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd.

I’m Trying to Tell You — Maggie Mullin O’Hara is a multimedia artist from Pittsburgh currently based in Columbia, SC, and Savannah. Her exhibition will incorporate the mediums of video, performance, photography, sculpture, and installation. The show will include a site-specific sculptural video installation featuring a yearlong performance piece created specifically for the show. Through Nov. 5. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Kahlil Gibran and the Feminine Divine — Renowned for his literary masterpiece "The Prophet," Lebanese-American artist and writer Kahlil Gibran began experimenting with the visual arts at a young age. Telfair Museums proudly boasts the largest public collection of visual art by Kahlil Gibran in the United States, donated in 1950 by his lifelong supporter and mentor, Southern native Mary Haskell Minis. This exhibition concentrates on works that capture Gibran’s enduring belief in the oneness of all things, often character­ized in his paintings and drawings as the feminine divine. Through Jan. 2, 2018. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Kathy Miller and Susan Hokanson — Kathy Miller paints in oils and watercolors, and her masterful etchings on handmade paper with feathered edges have become a favorite keepsake for Gallery 209 patrons for several decades. Suzy Hokanson creates one-of-a-kind handwoven and nuno-felted fabric works of art, in which colors and textures are free-woven using silk, wool, alpaca, cotton, linin and hand-made rayon fibers. Oct. 1-31. gallery209savannah.com/. Gallery 209, 209 E River St.

Kirk Varnedoe: In the Middle at the Modern — Can you have an art exhibition without any artworks? Is a curator an artist? Who or what decides an object’s value? Through the lens of an art historian’s life, Kirk Varnedoe: In the Middle at The Modern challenges the nature of authenticity and the power of museums to define what is "high" and what is "low." Native to Savannah and a national art legend, Varnedoe helped set in motion these questions as Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art (1988-2001). This biographic exhibition of altered documents, photographs, animations, and ephemera explores how Varnedoe’s journey—from an early art class at Telfair Academy to one of the world’s leading museums—sharpened his values and curatorial insight. Through Feb. 11, 2018. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Laney Contemporary Fine Art Grand Opening — The opening features work by Katherine Sandoz, Betsy Cain, Marcus Kenney, Todd Schroeder, Pamela wiley, Stephanie Howard, and Will Penny, in addition to showcasing select iconic photographs by Jack Leigh. Thu., Sep. 28, 6:30 p.m. Laney Contemporary, 1810 Mills B. Lane Blvd.

Law and Music — Through this exhibit, the City hopes to continue Law’s legacy of education and encourage others to discover music they may not be familiar with. The exhibit features content from W. W. Law’s music, book, periodical, and photograph collections, and includes interactive activities designed to introduce children to the math and science concepts embedded in music. Through Jan. 1, 2018. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.

Lecture: Lines of Influence — The SCAD Museum of Art and the Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundation present a group exhibition to commemorate the centennial celebration of the birth of acclaimed painter, storyteller, educator and chronicler of the mid-20th-century African American experience, Jacob Lawrence. Through Feb. 4, 2018. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Lila Cabaniss SCCPSS Art Teachers Exhibit — Did you know that there are dozens of talented artists teaching every day in Savannah’s public schools? Named after the pioneering Savannah artist and teacher, Lila Cabaniss, this exhibition includes work in a variety of media by local art educators. Through Oct. 1. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

The Little Friends of Printmaking: Greetings from California — Husband-and-wife team JW and Melissa Buchanan are The Little Friends of Printmaking, a pair of award-winning illustrators and designers. Nov. 27-Jan. 28. foxyloxycafe.com. Foxy Loxy Cafe, 1919 Bull St.

Lost at Sea: The Liminal Essence of Immigration — The museum’s first international exhibition (in various media), featuring the work of artists from Scotland, England, Ethiopia and Savannah (none of whom were born in the United States.) Conceived by the late Bertha Husband, it investigates the psychology and logistics of trans-oceanic relocation and acculturation. Featuring original work by Bertha Husband, Simon Ford, Colin Lloyd, Milutin Pavlovic and Kebedech Tekleab. Oct. 18-Jan. 7. shipsofthesea.org. Ships of The Sea Museum, 41 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

Marcee Musgrove and Elmer Ramos — Mixed media paintings, print and collages by Marcee Musgrove and Elmer Ramos are on view through September. Through Sep. 30. bullstreetlabs.com. Bull Street Labs, 2222 Bull St.

Micro//Macro — "Micro//Macro" prompted artists to submit work that examines the very small, the very large, or the relationship between the two. What can we learn when we step outside of our usual perspective? What is revealed at the cosmic or microscopic level? free and open to the public Through Sep. 30. 912. 231. 7105. info@sulfurstudios.org. facebook.com/events/1417339295048396/. sulfurstudios.org. Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull St.

Mixed Media — Liza Crowley Judson, Christina Edwards, and Doris Grieder present their mixed media works. Through Sep. 30. hospicesavannah.org/. Hospice Savannah, 1352 Eisenhower Dr.

Native Blooms — Local artist and City of Savannah employee Carol Lasell Miller will present an exhibition of original paintings. Miller uses the medium acrylics to capture the beautiful and varied bouquet of individuals that make Savannah so remarkable. Through Dec. 31. Savannah City Hall, 2 East Bay Street.

October — Conceived the week that Hurricane Matthew struck Savannah, and developed over the last year, Katherine Sandoz’ newest show "October" includes paintings, textiles and an installation. Her new works feature the landscapes and botanicals that thrive regionally in October. ongoing. Location Gallery at Austin Hill Realty, 417 Whitaker St.

Open Studio Night — Fri., Oct. 27, 7 p.m. Alexander Hall Gallery, 668 Indian St.

(the other side of the) Worlds Collide — Rob Hessler’s drawings of an alternate universe. Through Sep. 29. Cultural Arts Gallery, 9 W. Henry St.

Other Situations — Liliana Porter is best known for her photographs and installations exploring the conflicting boundaries between reality and fiction and the ways in which images are circulated and consumed. Selected works feature anonymous miniature figurines confronted with overwhelming tasks as a metaphor for the burden of labor and domesticity; others present icons such as Joan of Arc and Che Guevara as their legacies are reduced to representations in cheap, everyday merchandise. Through Jan. 7, 2018. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

Propaganda of War — The posters, designed and realized by Wendy Melton, the Curator of Exhibits and Education, retain the style and flavor of historic referents, which are included in the exhibition. Wendy has reinforced the connection to Savannah by including exhibits featuring Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah ships sunk in both world wars by German submarines. Through Oct. 15. shipsofthesea.org. Ships of The Sea Museum, 41 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

Robert Friedman — Bob Friedman is a Savannah sculptor and painter. The former administrator and professor of sociology at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, Friedman came to his new avocation in 1997. Dec. 1-31. savannahjea.org. Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St.

Rodin: The Human Experience — Rodin: The Human Experience presents a selection of 32 figures in bronze by Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), the French sculptor who left behind 19th century academic traditions to focus on conveying the passion and vitality of the human spirit. This exhibition is in honor of the centennial of Rodin’s death. Through Jan. 7, 2018. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Savannahland X — Savannahland X depicts an alternate timeline version of Savannah. The beauty, history, and overall vibe still remain, but some of the characters are new, the familiar scenes twisted and reimagined. Savannahland takes the ghost stories and tall tales of Savannah and adds new strange beasts with even taller tales. See a Savannah with winged alligators high above Forsyth Park and Southern Belles portrayed with a baroque aesthetic done in spray paint and acrylic. free and open to the public Fri., Oct. 6, 6-9 p.m. 912. 231. 7105. info@sulfurstudios.org. facebook.com/events/1149265311839893/. sulfurstudios.org. Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull St.

Scenic Impressions: Southern Interpretations from the Johnson Collection — When the world gets urban, the South gets Southern. That’s one way to sum up Scenic Impressions: Southern Paintings from the Johnson Collection, which tells the visual story of shifting stylistic trends in the 19th and early 20th centuries, when Savannah artists of their day often found themselves working in contrast to the increasing mechanism of Europe. Oct. 13-March 25. telfair.org. Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, 121 Barnard St.

Scribble Art Studio: It’s A Small World — Oct. 30-Nov. 26. foxyloxycafe.com. Foxy Loxy Cafe, 1919 Bull St.

Small Treasures — Small Treasures, an exhibit on display at City Hall through December, brings together a unique sampling of artifacts from eight of Savannah’s premier cultural institutions. Each "small treasure" has a unique story to tell, and together all highlight Savannah’s rich and diverse history. Through Dec. 31. Savannah City Hall, 2 East Bay Street.

The Species Between Us — The SixTwelve Residency from Oklahoma City brings us Amanda Zoey Weathers. Amanda discovered quite a few similarities in our climate which inform what grows and lives in both cities. Illustrating these familiar elements of their natural surroundings personalizes them for the viewer and asks for a conscientious observance of environment. Through Sep. 29. Location Gallery at Austin Hill Realty, 417 Whitaker St.

Temporal — New York-based artist Miya Ando explores images and materials and their associative cultural significance. Her exhibition brings together three significant works and series made of wood, steel and silk chiffon. "Temporal" underscores the artist’s interest in the contrasts between the steadfast and the ephemeral, the secular and the spiritual. Through Jan. 14, 2018. scadmoa.org/. SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd.

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Classes

Continuing Classes

Abstraction: Explorations in Watercolor and Ink — In this 4-week exploration class students will use reality as a jumping off point for explorations in painting using watercolor, india & alcohol inks and line work. We will play between enjoying the spontaneous nature of these paints and making more deliberate choices. Students may choose to delve into the potential for abstraction with these fluid mediums, or may ground their work more firmly in the observed. No previous experience in watercolor or ink is required. All levels welcome. $140 for four weeks Thursdays. 843-509-8715. chelseadubick@gmail.com. thestudioschoolsavannah.com/art-classes.html. Studio School, 1319 Bull St.

Drawing With Color: A Non-Traditional Approach — The class taught by Anne Bessac meets for 6 Mondays, Sept 18-Oct 23, from 6:30pm-9:00pm. Cost is $165. Sign up at annebessac@gmail.com or call 912-344-0109. Students will have the opportunity to exhibit their class work at Anne’s studio for Art March on Nov 3. Mondays, 6:30-9 p.m. The Back Street Atelier, 18 E. 55th St.

The Essential Skill: Drawing from Observation — The class taught by Anne Bessac meets for 6 Tuesdays, Sept 19-Oct 24, 10 am-12:30 pm. Cost is $165. Sign up at annebessac@gmail.com or call 912 344 0109. Students will have the opportunity to exhibit their class work at Anne’s studio for Art March on Nov 3. Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Back Street Atelier, 18 E. 55th St.

Life Drawing: Something We All Have In Common, The Figure — The class taught by Anne Bessac meets for 6 Mondays, Sept 18-Oct 23, from 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost is $200. Sign up by emailing her at annebessac@gmail.com or call 912-344-0109. Students will have the opportunity to exhibit their class work at Anne’s studio during Art March on Nov 3. Mondays, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Back Street Atelier, 18 E. 55th St.

Master Artist Workshop: Portrait Sculpture with Susie Chisholm — Locally known for the Johnny Mercer statue in Ellis Square, Susie Chisholm’s work is in numerous private collections across the country. This workshop will explore blocking in overall shapes, bone landmarks, and major muscle groups. Students will work toward capturing the likeness and character of the model. $375 Telfair members, $400 non-members Oct. 20-22. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Ongoing

Abstraction: Explorations in Watercolor and Ink — In this 4-week exploration class students will use reality as a jumping off point for explorations in painting using watercolor, india & alcohol inks and line work. We will play between enjoying the spontaneous nature of these paints and making more deliberate choices. Students may choose to delve into the potential for abstraction with these fluid mediums, or may ground their work more firmly in the observed. No previous experience in watercolor or ink is required. All levels welcome. $140 for four weeks Thursdays. 843-509-8715. chelseadubick@gmail.com. thestudioschoolsavannah.com/art-classes.html. Studio School, 1319 Bull St.

Art Classes and Lessons — Drawing and painting classes and private lessons offered by artist Karen Bradley. Call or email for details. 912-507-7138. kbillustration@mac.com.

Art Classes on Tybee — Tybee Arts Association offers a variety of art classes every week: acrylics, oils, watercolors, stained glass, mosaics, jewelry-making and more. See website or Tybee Arts Facebook page for up to date schedule of classes. ongoing. tybeearts.org. Tybee Arts Center, 7 Cedarwood Dr.

Drawing With Color: A Non-Traditional Approach — The class taught by Anne Bessac meets for 6 Mondays, Sept 18-Oct 23, from 6:30pm-9:00pm. Cost is $165. Sign up at annebessac@gmail.com or call 912-344-0109. Students will have the opportunity to exhibit their class work at Anne’s studio for Art March on Nov 3. Mondays, 6:30-9 p.m. The Back Street Atelier, 18 E. 55th St.

The Essential Skill: Drawing from Observation — The class taught by Anne Bessac meets for 6 Tuesdays, Sept 19-Oct 24, 10 am-12:30 pm. Cost is $165. Sign up at annebessac@gmail.com or call 912 344 0109. Students will have the opportunity to exhibit their class work at Anne’s studio for Art March on Nov 3. Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Back Street Atelier, 18 E. 55th St.

Life Drawing: Something We All Have In Common, The Figure — The class taught by Anne Bessac meets for 6 Mondays, Sept 18-Oct 23, from 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost is $200. Sign up by emailing her at annebessac@gmail.com or call 912-344-0109. Students will have the opportunity to exhibit their class work at Anne’s studio during Art March on Nov 3. Mondays, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The Back Street Atelier, 18 E. 55th St.

Master Artist Workshop: Portrait Sculpture with Susie Chisholm — Locally known for the Johnny Mercer statue in Ellis Square, Susie Chisholm’s work is in numerous private collections across the country. This workshop will explore blocking in overall shapes, bone landmarks, and major muscle groups. Students will work toward capturing the likeness and character of the model. $375 Telfair members, $400 non-members Oct. 20-22. telfair.org/jepson/. Jepson Center for the Arts, 207 West York St.

Oil Painting from Life — In this ongoing class students will develop their abilities in the technical use of oil paint and their abilities to critically observe and mix colors based on what they see, not what they expect to see. Students are encouraged to play with different approaches to rendering in their search to find what resonates. Results in this class can vary widely between realism and impressionism from student to student, or from one work to the next. Students will work from still life setups, flowers, branches and produce arrangements. $140 per 4 week session, ongoing class Mondays, 6:30-9 p.m. 843-509-8715. chelseadubick@gmail.com. thestudioschoolsavannah.com/art-classes.html. Studio School, 1319 Bull St.

Ongoing Art Classes — Ongoing adult and youth art classes teaching both classical techniques and creative fun approaches to painting and drawing by working artist instructors. Life figure drawing 7x a month, art workshops, youth portfolio reviews, critiques, art clinics & more. View fall schedule, Sept 6- Dec 17: www.thestudioschoolsavannah.com varies ongoing. 912-596-3873. info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com. thestudioschoolsavannah.com/. Studio School, 1319 Bull St.

Open Modeling Session — Practice drawing from the human form. Sessions may contain nudity. Different models every week. Bring your own materials and paper. Easels available. Ages 18+. $10 Sundays, 6 p.m. starlandiasupply.com. Starlandia Creative Supply, 2438 Bull Street.

Open Pottery Studio at Savannah’s Clay Spot — For potters with experience who want time in the studio. Choose from 4-hour time slots. Registrations based on monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly commitment. ongoing. 912-509-4647. www.savannahsclayspot.com. savannahsclayspot.com. Savannah’s Clay Spot, 1305 Barnard St.

Paint Savannah OPEN STUDIO — Mentoring painting session. It provides artists a venue for painting with mentoring from local resident artist Sharon McIntosh. Intermediate, Wednesday Afternoons (1PM - 4PM) $35 Wednesdays, 1 p.m. 912 713 4267. info@paintsavannah.com. paintsavannah.com. Paint Savannah, 215 West Liberty Street.

Pottery Classes — Get Inspired and Make it! Kids and Adult Pottery Classes at Savannah’s Clay Spot. Register online. ongoing. 912-509-4647. lisa@savannahsclayspot.com. savannahsclayspot.com. Savannah’s Clay Spot, 1305 Barnard St.

Savannah Art Association — This nonprofit art group, the southeast’s oldest, is taking membership applications. Workshops, community programs, exhibition opportunities, and an artistic community of diverse and creative people from all ages, media, and skill levels. Call for info. ongoing. 912-232-7731.

Sewing Lessons at Kleo’s Sewing Studio — Private and group sewing & craft lessons by experienced SCAD alumni in a beautiful downtown studio above Paris Market! All ages and skill levels welcome. Lessons are by appointment daytime or evening, 7 days a week! Learn to make anything from home decor to apparel! varies ongoing, 1 p.m. (912) 596-0889. kleossewingstudio@gmail.com. kleossewingstudio.blogspot.com. kleossewingstudio.com. Kleo’s Sewing Studio, 36 W. Broughton St. #201.

Wine & Canvas Painting Classes — Gather with other painters (novice or experienced) at one of your favorite restaurants for a Wine & Canvas event. Sit together and paint your heart out while enjoying your favorite menu items. Fees include all supplies needed to create a painting. Meals are your own expense. See website for dates/locations/times. $35 Sundays. 912-677-6348. lindsey@wineandcanvas.com. wineandcanvas.com.

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