Exhibition Closed January 2011
I Have Marks to Make enters its sixteenth year at Telfair Museums, emphasizing the role that visual, language, and performing arts can play in the lives of individuals with disabilities and for those in rehabilitation from injury or illness. Taking place in the second floor education spaces of the Jepson Center, the exhibition will feature work by nearly one hundred artists of all ages.
Artwork is submitted through a variety of community partners, including the Rehabilitation Institute at Memorial University Medical Center; Coastal Center for Developmental Services; St. Joseph’s/Candler Rehabilitation; Life, Inc.; the Savannah Chatham County Schools Department of Exceptional Children; City of Savannah’s Therapeutics Program; the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center; The Savannah Association for the Blind, Inc.; United Cerebral Palsy; and Wesley Community Centers of Savannah, Inc. Many of the pieces featured in the exhibition are produced as part of the Telfair’s Art for All program, which receives project funding from the City of Savannah.
December 5, 2-5 pm
This afternoon of opening activities includes poetry readings and performances by participants.
Free and open to the public.