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This all-girl artist collective is bringing all of Starland together — and painting it pink

LOCATED IN THE UPSTAIRS PORTION of Starland Strange & Bazaar, Dreamhouse Studios is currently home to five resident artists and “serves as a gathering place for Savannah’s creative community.” Four of the five residents served as the studio’s founders, with the original idea being both practical and fun — a space for the artists’ businesses to flourish and a center for public collaboration through workshops and events. 

In just under a year, Dreamhouse has established itself as a gem of Starland, tying a sweet, glittery bow around the local businesses in the area. You can also count on the studio to show up and show out for Starland’s monthly First Fridays, hosting Craft Night experiences over wine followed by Porch Band (when a local band plays on the pink back porch).
@dreamhousesavannah // dreamhousesavannah.com  


The fall season may be underway, but let’s face it: the temperatures will remain high until November. To help keep you cool while also cutting down on waste, the Savannah Downtown Business Association has launched a clever design for its Savannah To-Go Cup program.

Made with 100% recyclable Ball Aluminum, these cups will keep your beverages chilled longer and can be purchased for $1 apiece. Bonus: the new cups boast colorful, original artwork by local artist and SCAD alum Dana Richardson.

To get your hands on one, stop by one of the participating hotels (Perry Lane Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District, Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District and Homewood Suites Savannah Historic District/Riverfront) or other local businesses (Broughton Common,
Ordinary Pub, Pelindaba Lavender and Tandem Coffee & Spirits). Cheers!
@savannahdba // savannahtogocup.com