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Floral designers offer botanical interpretations of iconic paintings from the permanent collection at Telfair in Bloom.
[caption id="attachment_15257" align="aligncenter" width="585"] Nikki S. Lee (born 1970, South Korea), Punk Project (1), 1997 Fujiflex print, edition 5 of 5 Ann and Mel Schaffer Family Collection © the artist Images are courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York[/caption] We’re all slackers in the Slow-vannah summer. So let’s celebrate the ‘do-nothing’ decade with great art, throwback music and a classic film. Join Savannah magazine—the city's own child of the Nineties—the Telfair Museums and a young Winona Ryder/Ethan Hawke ensemble for an irreverent night of nirvana and arrested development. Tour the Jepson Center’s latest exhibition, “Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s,” jam out to a retro mix by DJ Phong Dang, sample some tasty “reality” bites by the Jepson Café, and be the first to vote on concept magazine covers by local artists. Then stay to watch a certain cult classic film as we celebrate the decade that gave us Savannah magazine. [caption id="attachment_15260" align="aligncenter" width="585"] Julie Mehretu (born 1970, Ethiopia), Untitled, 2000 Ink, colored pencil, and cut paper on Mylar Collection of Mr. Nicholas Rohatyn and Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn Courtesy of the artist[/caption]
Lights, Camera, Art: ’90s Night at the Jepson CenterFriday, July 10 at 6:30 p.m.$5 at the door to benefit Telfair Museums $5 at the door to benefit Telfair Museums
Many thanks for our partners and sponsors:Den of Slack by Savannah Vintage Rentals Grunge Station by Orange PR and Socially Yours Reality Bites by The Jepson Café Tunes by DJ Phong Dang Cover Art: Jessica Duthu, Clinton Edminster, Bellamy Murphy and Cedric Smith
A real-life princess and a composer bring the Telfair and the Philharmonic together for a night.
[caption id="attachment_13992" align="aligncenter" width="683"] From the portfolio of Anne Hagerty Interiors by Richard Leo Johnson[/caption] The Telfair Academy Guild invites local designers to think big in small spaces for its newest aesthetic affair. Judy Bean takes us on a tour. On October 23, five distinguished local designers and a celebrity husband-and-wife team will transform the Jepson Center’s soaring lobby into six high-concept “Rooms with a View.” The Telfair Academy Guild’s re-imagined annual décor event expands this year beyond traditional tablescapes to vivid, full-room vignettes, encompassing walls, furniture, flooring, visual art and, of course, six varying views on Southern style. “We invited each of these gifted designers to do something they might never get to do for a client: to interpret Southern style in their own, unique aesthetic,” muses Gail Lawrence, the event’s design co-chair. “We asked only that they refer to Phoebe Howard’s book, The Joy of Decorating: Southern Style (Stewart, Tabori and Chang 2012), as a starting point. After that, they had free rein.” The designers—who include “Mrs. Howard” (as the author is widely known) and her husband, Jim—have been reluctant to release too many details before their rooms are unveiled. But we got a whiff of their inspirations and learned that these artists took big aesthetic strides in their vignettes, even though their literal spaces measure merely 8 feet by 8 feet.
Preview Party 6:30 p.m., Oct. 23Jepson Center for the Arts, Tickets: $85
Luncheon and Lecture with Jim and Phoebe Howard, 10 a.m., Oct. 24Savannah Theatre and Telfair Museums Tickets: $40 lecture/$75 lecture and luncheon
Muffins and Mimosas 10 a.m., Oct. 25Jepson Center for the Arts, Tickets: $35 For tickets, CLICK HERE »
Phoebe and Jim Howard[caption id="attachment_13996" align="aligncenter" width="432"] Moody Hues: "[Our Rooms with a View vignette] was really inspired by Savannah's rich history. It started with a pair of framed, scenic sepia murals. The colors are brown and gray, and they helped establish a really rich and moody, intimate gathering spot." ~ Phoebe Howard Photograph by Josh Gibson[/caption]
Anne Hagerty Interiors[caption id="attachment_13997" align="aligncenter" width="659"] Tone on Tone: "[My Room with a View] is very peaceful and serene; mostly monochromatic with pops of jewel-tone color. Ad I use a beige-and-gray Schumacher fabric with a painterly, ikat-inspired strip pattern." ~ Anne Hagerty, designer and principal, Anne Hagerty Interiors Photograph by Richard Leo Johnson[/caption]
Homeline Architecture[caption id="attachment_13998" align="aligncenter" width="539"] Classy Castaway: "What makes a room Southern? Grace and grease. What's the quickest way to infuse Southern style into a home? Put Southern people in it." ~ John Deering, director of design, Greenline Architecture and Homeline Architecture Photography by Richard Leo Johnson[/caption]
The Paris Market[caption id="attachment_14000" align="aligncenter" width="805"] Made in Savannah: “For our ‘Room With a View,’ everything was created here. You can’t get much more Southern than that.” ~ Paula Danyluk[/caption]
Georgia Furniture and Interiors[caption id="attachment_14001" align="aligncenter" width="780"] Crisp and Clean: "I think Southern [style] reflects the way we like to live here, enveloped in comport and surrounded all year by the colors of spring and summer." ~ Gail Lawrence, Georgia Furniture and Interiors[/caption]
Linn Gresham Haute Decor[caption id="attachment_14002" align="aligncenter" width="384"] Study in Contrast: "Little luxurious touches can make a room feel so gracious and that's very Southern. Even on a budget, anyone can choose a few luxurious textures and objects deliberately." ~ Linn Gresham Photograph by Richard Leo Johnson[/caption]
Pull up a chair at Telfair Museums' annual celebration of tasteful tablescapes and delectable delights.
Reserve your seats now for The Art of Great Fashion—the first fashion event of the new year. Meredith Gray provides the details.
Telfair Museums and the editors of Savannah Weddings and Savannah magazine presented the fourth annual Behind the Veil, Savannah's premier boutique bridal event, on March 3.