Explore Richmond Hill's Arts & Culture Opportunities
Arts & Culture
04.18.19
Bianca Beran
Explore Richmond Hill's Arts & Culture Opportunities

Living at Waterways? Interested in exploring local art and culture? You don’t need to travel as far as Savannah to do so. Check out some of these great arts events happening over the next month in Richmond Hill – just a short drive from Waterways!

2019 Arts on the Coast Spring Art Show Reception and Gallery Grand Opening

Thursday, April 18 – 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

10750 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

The 2019 Spring Art Show is the first official local arts appointment for the Arts on the Coast, taking place in conjunction with the Richmond Hill Bryan County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours occasion and the Richmond Hill Visitors Center Grand Opening. Arts on the Coast anticipates original artwork from our local Richmond Hill artist base, as well as Savannah and Hinesville artists. The show is open and free to the general public, and on display through the month of May.

Photopoint Gallery: Pieces of Dreams by Shirley Coppet

Friday, April 19 – 5 to 7 p.m.

30 Cherokee Street, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Located inside Elmgren’s Garden Center

A new series by artist Shirley Coppet, Pieces of Dreams opens on Friday, April 19, and will hang through May 17. Learn more about the event on Facebook. Learn more about Shirley here, and follow along on social media at @yvettesartforthesoul or on Facebook at Yvette's Art For The Soul.

Photopoint Gallery: MFA Fibers Thesis Show

Saturday, May 25 – 5 to 8 p.m.; Gallery Talk 3 to 4 p.m.

30 Cherokee Street, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Located inside Elmgren’s Garden Center

Gear up for the upcoming MFA Fibers Thesis Show by SCAD graduate student, Caroline E. Hughes, open from May 25 through June 21.

In this show, Caroline has used her technical skill and knowledge of historic textiles to work through questions of craft, artifact, tacit knowledge, obsolescence, and the narratives connected to the places of craft practice. Influenced by the ideas of the Craftsman Movement, this show includes woven and wrapped textile work which reposition past forms and describe phenomenological landscape.

Enjoy a night of creativity, live music and phenomenal art by SCAD Graduate Student, Caroline E. Hughes. This show is open and free to the general public. Learn more on Facebook.

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