19 Years Celebrating the Therapeutic Power of Art
One of Telfair’s longest running programs, I Have Marks to Make is a community exhibition and program celebrating the power of art to transform lives. From its beginnings as an exhibition of art from the city’s Therapeutics Department, the project grew to include art from rehabilitation programs at local hospitals and works from the Savannah-Chatham Public Schools Department of Exceptional Children, to encompass participants of all ages.
December 8, 2-5 pm
Poetry readings and performance at 3 pm
The 2013 edition of I Have Marks to Make opens with the exhibition, reception and opening program of readings, statements and performances. Art includes work from Telfair’s outreach classes to local organizations, as well as work from local schools. Free and open to the public.
The City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs sponsors Telfair’s outreach programs. Corporate sponsorship provided by Memorial University Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Candler Health System.
(Veteran Nathaniel Wilson with his art at I Have Marks to Make in 2012)