Savannahverse Jazz and Existential Proclamations of the Blues Number 2
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SAVANNAHVERSE JAZZ AND EXISTENTIAL PROCLAMATIONS OF THE BLUES NUMBER 2 (2018-2023) is an original mixed-media work of fine art available in multiple formats at the following links as: framed wall art, decorative coffee cups, home décor, puzzles, and more.
The SAVANNAHVERSE JAZZ AND EXISTENTIAL PROCLAMATIONS OF THE BLUES series started with visual creative work begun before the COVID pandemic hit. It developed further as author-artist Aberjhani video-recorded interviews with retired Savannah State University radio programmer Thereon “Ike” Carter for their music heritage project.
“I coined the term SAVANNAHVERSE (unaware at the time a few others on social media had come up with the same) to express the many paradoxical nuances which make the city of Savannah, Georgia, so captivatingly unique,” said Aberjhani. “It is both very old, being one of the United States’ original 13 colonies, and yet very modern with a healthy film industry. It contains a blend of ethnic cultures––African American, Irish, Greek, Latinx, and diverse immigrants–– which all add to its allure. And jazz is one of the city’s major cultural markers.”
Proceeds from sales of Savannahverse Jazz and Existential Proclamations of the Blues Number 2 help provide support for the ongoing Music Heritage Project. (Those who wish to learn more about the project and donate to it can do so at: https://gofund.me/7f16f250 ). The official fundraiser for the project is running from April (which is National Poetry Month and Jazz Appreciation Month) until June 2023 (which is African-American Music Month).