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Feb. 7 - Savannah Stopover Music Festival Announces 10-Year Photography Retrospective, Opening Feb. 27

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February 7, 2020 - As part of its 10th Anniversary Celebration, Savannah Stopover Music Festival announced today that it will present a 10-year retrospective photography exhibit opening Feb. 27. Following a VIP reception from 6-7 p.m., the exhibition’s opening night event is free and open to the public from 7-9 p.m. The exhibit will be up throughout this year’s festival, which runs March 5-7. Limited gallery hours from Feb. 28- March-7 will be posted on the festival’s website: Savannahstopover.com/10th-anniversary-photography-restrospective.

Sulfur Art Services, led by Emily Earl, will help curate the exhibit at 411 West Charlton in the newly restored West Broad complex on MLK between West Charlton and West Jones streets. Photographs will be selected from submissions spanning the first nine years of the festival, 2011 through 2019, and will feature work from Geoff L Johnson, Bill Dawers, Molly Hayden and numerous other official local and national photographers who have captured bands and fans over the years. Photographs will be for sale with 70% of proceeds benefiting the photographers. Additional prints will be available for order.
 
“There’s no better way to tell the story of the festival than through the lens of those who have commemorated its special moments,” said Kayne Lanahan, festival founder, adding, “for many, it will be a walk down memory lane, but for others who are new to Savannah or new to the festival, it’s a great way to visualize the heart of Stopover.” 
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