January 27 - February 27
Nick Cave (American, b. 1959) is an internationally-renowned artist living and working in Chicago. As an artist, an educator, and foremost a messenger, Cave works between the visual and performing arts through a wide range of mediums including sculpture, installation, video, sound, and performance. Nick Cave is on view at the Jepson Center from January 27 through April 23, 2017.
February 1 - February 26
The Savannah Black Heritage Festival (SBHF) is a professionally produced, multi-disciplinary festival, and it is one of the many ethnic cultural arts events sponsored annually by the City of Savannah’s (GA) Department of Cultural Affairs. The focus of the festival is to present performances, exhibits and activities that attract a broad cross-section of age, socio-economic and ethnically diverse residents in Savannah and its outlying areas as well as visiting tourists
February 2 - February 24
The City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs is proud to host the 16th Annual New Beginning Youth Art Exhibition presented by the Savannah Chapter, The Links, Incorporated. Founded in 1946, The Links, Incorporated, is a women’s volunteer service organization committed to enriching, sustaining, and ensuring the cultural and economic survival of African-Americans and other persons of African-American ancestry.
February 3, 7:30 PM
During the 2017 Savannah Black Heritage Festival, the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble (CPRDE) of Denver, Colo., will return as the featured dance group. CPRDE is internationally esteemed as one of America’s foremost modern dance companies. Under the direction of Cleo Parker Robinson, the ensemble performs a dynamic body of works inspired by the African American experience and is rooted in ethnic and modern dance traditions.
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