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A-Town Teams Up with Loop It Up Savannah to Take Art to Underserved Schools

In 2016, A-Town helped fund school programs that brought over 300 of Loop It Up students to the A-Town Get Down Festival to encourage creativity in all forms. Working hands-on with creative professionals, artists and musicians, kids were able to experience what a future in the arts can mean for them and their everyday life. This year we invite students and families of all ages to come and experience A-Town Get Down workshops, performances and more.
 
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Why I Love Where I Live

In Collaboration with Loop It Up Savannah

A-Town Get Down, Inc. brings a season-long series of creative arts programming to the children of Savannah. The program, Why I Love Where I Live, engages students in three Title 1 schools as well as three community centers in urban neighborhoods READ MORE
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THE HELEN LEVITT PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

Announcing 2017 Photo Contest “Why I Love Where I Live”

Every year, A-Town Get Down, Inc., encourages the use of photography as artistic expression. The contest begins in the fall and culminates in a gallery showing the week prior to the A-Town Get Down Art and Music Festival, as well as at the Festival itself. The contest was named for an iconic female photographer, Helen Levitt, whose lens found art in everyday life. We encourage the same of not only Savannah photographers but regional Creative Coast dwellers of all levels and ages who will shoot images consistent with the theme, “Why I Love Where I Live.”
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