Friday Night Fright Fest: Twisted, Violent Shocker ASYLUM BLACKOUT (2012, France)
11:55 P.M. - 2:00 A.M.
NOTE: This Film Screens ONE-TIME-ONLY, FRIDAY NIGHT AT MIDNIGHT!
The Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah is proud to announce the second installment of our newest monthly cinema series: The Rock 106.1FM Friday Night Fright Fest!
On the last Friday of each month, they’ll screen a different, Brand-New Indie Horror or Suspense Film from around the world for One-Show-Only at Midnight at the Muse Arts Warehouse.
This is a chance for ALL horror fans to see some on the most talked about and best-reviewed shockers of the year on the Big Screen, before they’re released on DVD.
Suitable for AGES 15+
Seating begins at 11:30PM / Show starts at Midnight
Fresh Organic Popcorn and assorted Soft Drinks and Candy are just $1 each!
“Jukebox Journey” is the #1 downtown entertainment extravaganza that enlivens the city’s nightlife in the refurbished c.1818 Savannah Theatre. Popular music and professional choreography from the 1940’s to the present are presented in a bright, colorful, and fast-moving production filled with lavish costumes and comedic skits.
Admission: $16 – $35
Please visit the Savannah Box Office to purchase your tickets online.
Box Office: 912-233-7764
*Tickets must be purchased from www.brownpapertickets.com. Space is limited. This chocolate tasting focuses on American chocolate that has been made from cacao beans sourced from a single origin (ex., Dominican Republic). The chocolate we will be sampling is listed below: Askinosie 70% San Jose Del Tambo, Ecuador Rogue Silvestre 75% (Bolivia) Mast Brothers 71% Papua New Guinea Amano 70% Ocumare Olive & Sinclair 67% Ghana Patric 67% Madagascar Sambirano Valley Escazu 81% Carenero Venezuela Ritual 75% Guapiles Costa Rica We will also be tasting cacao nibs, which are ground to make chocolate. Included in the chocolate tasting is a packet that contains information about pairing chocolate with either wine or coffee, the chocolate tasting procedure, flavor profiles of various chocolate producing regions, the chocolate making process, and a chocolate tasting flavor wheel. Bottled water and bread will also be provided to cleanse the palate between each chocolate.
BUG by Traci Letts
JUNE 22nd – 24th, 29th & 30th and JULY 1st
In a motel room outside Oklahoma City, a lonely waitress hiding from her abusive ex-husband is joined by a soft-spoken young drifter who might be an AWOL Gulf War veteran. And then they see the first bugs. This mind-bending tale of love, paranoia, and government conspiracy is a psycho-thriller that mixes terror and laughter at a fever pitch.
Directed by John Macaluso
Classic Westerns Weekend
Saddle up this summer and set yer spurs a’janglin’. The Lucas is pleased to bring three great Westerns to the big screen in Savannah. But that’s not all! SCMPD Mounted Patrol is bringing their horses down to the front of the Lucas on June 29th. And all day on June 30th, Skillets and Spurs will be set up outside the theatre.
Tickets will be $8 each, or a pass for all three is $15.
The Lucas kicks of the Westerns Weekend with this film adapted by Marguerite Roberts and directed by Henry Hathaway. It is the first adaptation of Charles Portis’ 1968 novel True Grit. John Wayne stars as U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn and won his only Academy Award for his performance in this film. Also starring Glen Campbell and Kim Darby.
Style House’s Fashion boot camp session 1 will begin its styling work-shops on June 29th. The theme for this session is “Shoe Art”. Classes will include styling and creating art from shoes. The session will create a “museum” of shoes with a “Shoe Art Showing” at the end of this session. This camp is fun-filled and exciting with highly creative fashion design projects and games for girls ages 10-17. This course also emphasizes skills and techniques such as leadership, teamwork, inner beauty as well as outer beauty. There will be 4-6 sessions with dates varying. The registration deadline is June 22nd and spaces are limited. Please call (912) 352-4008 to reserve your space today! Debit/credit card and cash accepted. Registration is $40 and each session is $20. Remember to include the time and date!
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“Let it Shine” is a competition and exhibit of Found Art, made chiefly with salvaged, unearthed and repurposed materials…. trash! Cockspur Found Art Competition will be open to local and regional artists or all ages, with cash awards presented. An accompanying children’s exhibit is the result of conservation themed art workshops for area children. Local artists remember Cockspur and environs in “The way we knew it”. All this in Fort Pulaski National Monument, September 15th and 16th 2012.
We work to increase awareness of the plight of the Cockspur Island Lighthouse and generate economic support that will assure its survival for future generations. Sponsored by The Friends of Cockspur Island Light House Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to the restoration and maintenance of Cockspur Island Light House, and Fort Pulaski National Monument. Additional funding supplied by Savannah Ocean Exchange.
This post was submitted by Mary Ingalls.
Call to artists
Wanted: Found Art: Art works created from undisguised, but often modified, objects that are not normally considered art, often because they already have a non-art function.
The Friends of Cockspur Island Lighthouse Inc(friends) and the National Park Service, Fort Pulaski National Monument invite local and regional artists to participate in a competition of Found Art titled “Let it Shine” to benefit the restoration of Cockspur lighthouse. The awards and exhibit will occur September 14th -16th at Fort Pulaski National Monument. This exhibit is conducted in conjunction with Savannah Ocean Exchange. Ribbons and cash prizes will be awarded in youth and adult categories.
This post was submitted by Mary Ingalls.