Box Office Welcome

Dear Armstrong Arts Patrons:

Happy New Year to all of our friends! It is such a wonderful time to be on the Armstrong campus and involved in the Arts in Savannah. We at AMT are pretty excited about our entire Spring semester, so allow me to tempt you with a few tidbits:

Piano in Arts Series: Pianist Brian Buch, D.M.A., soprano Elissa Alvarez, D.M.A., Savannah’s own Velvet Caravan and Atlanta’s female modern dance troupe Zoetic Dance Ensemble each perform this Spring on a series that highlights the diverse role piano plays in the Arts.

Godspell: No introduction needed. Our Masquers Theatre troupe brings this widely acclaimed musical to Jenkins Hall just in time for the Easter Bunny.

The Metal Artistry of West Africa: From the Kole Collection: Selected from the hundreds of African works in the collection of Don and Kaye Kole, this exhibit reveals a truly sophisticated art culture that developed in Western Africa for centuries before European traders discovered these miraculous jewels.

As you know, we continue our programming for young artists with very important community partnerships such as the Savannah Friends of Music (AAYO Concert May 5th), and with programming cooperatives such as An Artistic Discovery 2014, United States High School Juried Art Exhibition (February 4-14th).

As you are well aware by now, these great events and many, many more await you here at Armstrong AMT. With the continued generous financial support of Armstrong’s Student Government Association, we enjoy the privilege of providing you with such amazing opportunities right here on our campus.

Finally, your support helps us to do even more. Please take a moment to consider assisting us by donating to an Armstrong arts scholarship fund.

Tom Cato, Ed.D.
Department Head

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