What’s going on this weekend? Here are a few events we have “Scouted Out” for you. Make sure to follow us on IG and FB @ScoutSavannah912 for a list of happenings around town Thursday through Sunday. Don’t miss out…look to Scout!

No.4

Pulse Art + Technology Festival 2022, January 12th-January 15th (POSTPONED)

Telfair’s annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival returns for its 15th year in January with two exhibitions exploring illusion and meditative applications of technology in art. The exhibition Chul-Hyun Ahn: Beyond focuses on the illusionistic light sculpture of Baltimore-based artist Chul-Hyun Ahn, whose work invites viewers into contemplative infinite spaces. A companion exhibition in the museum’s TechSpace includes work by artists exploring light, illusion, and movement to create meditative experiences, including Ryan Buyssens’ prismatic light sculpture Chromatica, Aidan Lincoln Fowler’s video infinity mirror, and video sculptures and other works by artists including Max Almy, Teri Yarbrow, Greg Finger, Zhou Fan, Kelley McClung, Guanzhi Kou, and Skye Hu. In addition to the galleries, PULSE will include the immersive video installation Return in the Jepson Center atrium by John Collette for the three evenings of the festival.

PULSE Curator and Artists’ Tour
Friday, January 14, 2pm
Join PULSE curator Harry DeLorme and participating artists for a walking tour of PULSE exhibitions at the Jepson Center. Free by advance registration. Register here.

PULSE Free Family Day at the Jepson Center
Saturday, January 15, 10am-5pm
Enjoy a day of free admission to the Jepson Center to explore the new PULSE exhibitions.

Family Day hands-on art making activities
Saturday, January 15, 1-4pm
Families can participate in a variety of hands-on art projects during the afternoon hours.

PULSE Curator and Artists’ Tour
Sunday, January 16, 2pm
Join PULSE curator Harry DeLorme and participating artists for a walking tour of PULSE exhibitions at the Jepson Center. Free by advance registration. Register here.

No.3

Enmarket Savannah Hockey Classic, January 14th-15th-(times vary)

Come out and watch the 23rd Annual Enmarket Savannah Hockey Classic, presented by Bud Light, as we see Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida and Florida State compete for the Thrasher Cup. Experience the “Frozen Finale” January 14-15, 2022 at the Savannah Civic Center! Friday Schedule: 6:00 PM Florida St. Vs. Georgia Tech, 8:30 PM Florida Vs. Georgia Saturday Schedule:
5:30 PM Florida St. Vs. Florida, 8:30 PM Georgia Tech Vs. Georgia. Tickets here.

No.2

Drag Me to Brunch, January 16th-12:00pm

Join them on Sunday, January 16th, as they welcome Jordan Sophia Alexander and their special guests to the stage for a “Brunch with the Legends”! Each $20 ticket includes entry to this exclusive event and one drink ticket (good for either one craft cocktail or New Realm beer). A special brunch menu will be available from their scratch kitchen, crafted by their executive chef, John Cole.
Doors open at noon, get in early to get the best seat in the house; show kicks off at 1pm. Tickets are limited, get yours before they’re gone.

No.1

Guest Chef Series at Common Thread with Chef Modou Jaiteh, January 17th-5:00pm-9:00pm

On January 17th their next Guest Chef will be Modou Jaiteh, be sure to book your reservation for this one night only dinner on their website at commonthreadsavannah.com  Modou Jaitehwas born and raised in The Gambia, West Africa, and moved to the US in 2009. He started cooking in North Carolina, mostly because he missed home and his Mother’s cooking.He worked in kitchens in New York, Boulder and New Orleans. He then started Jacaranda,a restaurant illustrating the Africanization of American cuisine and agriculture in Colorado. Modou is now living in the Lowcountry, and is the Head Chef at Lowcountry Fresh, Market and Cafe, in Bluffton. His cooking explores relationships, especially the connections between the food he grew up eating in West Africa and the food traditions here in the South.