Exhibition Closed December 2009
I Have Marks to Make enters its fifteenth year at the Telfair Museum of Art, providing an important community forum on artists with disabilities and art used in a therapeutic context. Featuring works by nearly one hundred artists of all ages, the exhibition will again take place in the Morrison education gallery and adjacent spaces in the Jepson Center.
Artwork is submitted through a variety of community, health, and social service organizations. Regular participating agencies include Memorial Health Rehabilitation Institute; Candler/St. Joseph’s Rehabilitation; Life, Inc.; the Savannah Chatham County Schools Department of Exceptional Children; and the City of Savannah’s Therapeutics Program. Many works in the exhibition are produced as a part of the Telfair’s Art for All program.