My Unplugged column today in the Savannah Morning News talks about the flood of student artwork on display in Savannah every spring, especially as the SCAD spring quarter winds down in May.
Those of us outside the SCAD community have a hard time keeping up with the various shows and venues — and I think many of those within that community have a hard time too.
So here are the key details about two shows about which I learned only after writing today’s column (my Do columns are typically finished by Monday morning).
The show “Syntax” will be at The Porch at 17 East 31st St. on May 10 and 11. The opening reception is Friday from 5 to 10 p.m. The Saturday hours are 12-5 p.m. The Porch is inside the college annex of Bull Street Baptist Church, between Bull and Drayton streets. Click here for the Facebook event page.
“Syntax” includes the work of six graduating SCAD seniors: Lomaho Colton Kretzmann, Justin Lee Harris, Shelby Suzanne Corbett, Carolyn Hepler-Smith, Casey Danielle Caulley, and Sunyong Kali Moon. I’m embedding images of both the postcard here and a lovely piece by Corbett.
Nearby at 125 West Duffy St., Sicky Nar Nar hosts a show by Tyler Giordano. From the Facebook event invitation:
Sicky Nar Nar is proud to present Tyler Giordano’s solo show, F I L E . // An accumulation of old collages and drawings combined with recent oil paintings that relate to a personal view of everyday life.
That event was just listed publicly on Facebook on Tuesday (too late for my Unplugged column today).
Click here for the Facebook event for “Into the Fold”, a photo show at S.P.A.C.E. that I did mention in today’s column.