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6:00PM • Free

Scarlett is showing a series of photographs called “Mirrored Reflections”. They were taken during her routine walks around her working neighborhood in downtown San Francisco, CA. The photographs catch the quick illusive realities of daily life in our world of consumerism. 

Scarlett graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco as an illustrator. She became involved with the Mission Cultural Center, a San Francisco art commission project for several years. There she undertook a 3 year master/apprenticeship, worked as an Assistant Director to the gallery program, became a board of director and a firm supporter of community arts. 

Scarlett’s art background spans over 35 years. Manning Creative is her art and design business. She has supported education as an artist/art director/designer throughout the years. Scarlett has shown her work professionally. Her works comprise of both traditional and digital art, design and photography. Her graphic design has been published in brochures, catalog covers, ads, and posters. More information can be found at

8:00PM • Free

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8:00PM • $5.00 Suggested Donation

Join us for a groovy night of Surf and Garage Rock, Featuring:

The Wave Slaves of Savannah, Georgia, are a unique lot of musicians hailing from different and diverse backgrounds. Shane Litts (guitar) and Joshua Lindsay (guitar), with years of experience in the band Anyone’s Ghost, lend this instrumental quartet a melodic, classic surf sound. Bassist, Greg Rettig, is a powerful backbone to the band, drawing experience from his previous metal, progressive rock, and indie rock experience. His other current project, “Sins of Godless Men” (formerly known as “Howler”) has been a staple in the local music scene for the past 4 years. Last, but not least, surf/punk drummer and professional belly dancer, Nicole Edge, completes the ensemble. The band, collectively, shares a love of surf music (duh) as well as a passion for beer, coffee, and girls in bikinis.

The Hypnotics: “We show love for the british invasion, we steal the innocence of 1950s and early 60s doo wap and soul, we ride the serpent of the mid to late 60s psych rock and then sometimes you just gotta monster mash.”

7:00PM • Free

Join Emergent Savannah for their final Monday Means Community of the 2015 year, Speaking of Savannah: Savannah’s Finest Storytellers and Provocateurs Celebrate the “Savannahness” of Savannah. The evening will be a celebration of all things Savannah, with local favorites reading the pieces that represent the quirky, the dysfunctional, the sad and the beautiful spirit that is so much of Savannah. Featuring Anna Chandler, Connect Savannah and COEDS singer, local writer, author of Gravity Changes and director of the Seersucker series, Zach Powers, Elizabeth Rhaney, writer and photographer at Armstrong Atlantic’s The Inkwell, Karen Wortham, founder and lead tour guide at Journey by Faith, and last but not least, local author and Savannah State Professor/man about town, Chad Faries.

The evening will be about 45-minutes, followed by a custom Savannah holiday carol created by Art Rise Director and owner of Starlandia, Clinton Edminster, for all to sing along to. After the event, we will be holding the Emergent Savannah holiday party, complete with drinks and wings at the American Legion Post 135 bar. Please come join us and celebrate!

8:00PM • Free

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