Savannah Law School Opens Its Doors to Local Artists
Savannah Law School recently announced that its campus will now serve as a venue for local artists to exhibit their works. To the artists’ delight, the law school has decided not to charge artists for exhibition space. Law professor, and acting gallery coordinator, Andy Wright says, “We intend to be part of the art community in Savannah, and this is one of the reasons we chose a downtown location over a big-box venue on the south side.” The second floor gallery is open to the public with its first show featuring the photographic work of Ashley Jones in an exhibition entitled, Frogtown to Victory, which spotlights the vanishing residential life within the Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard corridor (formerly West Broad Street).
In the recent article by Connect Savannah, Paula Fogarty writes, “The venue itself is well worth a visit and is a stunning example of a private initiative with a public interest.”
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