Seeds : Last chance to see this annual exhibit at the Westobou Gallery showcasing the work of selected local artists for $300 or less before it closes on January 27th. Make sure you check out the Westobou10 events for January to see more high quality art events around the River Region.
January 6 - 8
Poison Peach Film Festival : The 9th annual film festival, chosen as a Westobou10 event, brings locally and regionally produced independent films - including the world premier of two horror films - to the Imperial Theatre. Friday night's films are family friendly and Saturday night's films are R-rated.
Artrageous! Family Sunday - Book Reading Extravaganza : Celebrate the art of a good book at the Morris Museum of Art. Children's books will be read by meteorologist Jay Jefferies, Savannah Riverkeeper Tonya Bonitatibus and a firefighter from Augusta Richmond County fire department. Afterwards, everyone will design their own storybook to take home.
Budweiser True Music Southern Soul & Song Series - Sierra Hull : The 5th installment of the Budweiser True Music Southern Soul and Song series was chosen as a Westobou10 event. The 24 year old Bluegrass prodigy brings music from her latest album - Weighted Mind - to the Imperial Theatre stage.
January 14 - 21
An Evening with Danny Kaye : Brian Childers pays tribute to one of Broadway and Hollywood’s greatest showmen in this event chosen for Westobou10. Childers delivers both the performance persona of that unique comic/crooner/clown/character and his off-stage charm - creating a touching portrait of a real person.
January 20, 21 & 23
Tuesdays with Morrie : Le Chat Noir's young artist collective, Les Chatons Noir, brings the memoir of American author Mitch Albom to life onstage - telling the story of an old man, a young man and life's greatest lesson.
WILD KRATTS Live! : Join the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure during this live action stage performance at the Bell Auditorium.