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March 2017

#art912: Cameron Allen and Will Penny artist talk

March 2 | 6:00 pm
Jepson Center, 207 W York St
Savannah, 31401 United States
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Telfair Museums will feature a unique collaboration between local artists Will Penny and Cameron Allen that investigates ideas of constructed and mediated reality. This installation is part of Telfair’s #art912 initiative, a dedicated platform to raise the visibility and promote the vitality of artists from Savannah.

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#art912: Cameron Allen and Will Penny exhibition opens

March 3
Jepson Center, 207 W York St
Savannah, 31401 United States
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Telfair Museums will feature a unique collaboration between local artists Will Penny and Cameron Allen that investigates ideas of constructed and mediated reality. This installation is part of Telfair’s #art912 initiative, a dedicated platform to raise the visibility and promote the vitality of artists from Savannah.

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KCHUNG Radio residency begins

March 6
Jepson Center, 207 W York St
Savannah, 31401 United States
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KCHUNG Radio is taking over the Telfair Museums’ airwaves this Spring! KCHUNG is a cooperative broadcast platform based in Chinatown, Los Angeles. Placing a premium on ease of participation from as wide a community as possible, KCHUNG views broadcasting as an ideal form for gathering and amplifying a multitude of diverse voices and viewpoints.

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April 2017

Kahlil Gibran and the Feminine Divine exhibition opens

April 21
Jepson Center, 207 W York St
Savannah, 31401 United States
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Renowned for his literary masterpiece The Prophet (1923), Lebanese-American artist and writer Kahlil Gibran (1883–1931) began experimenting with the visual arts at a young age. Telfair Museums boasts the largest public collection of visual art by Kahlil Gibran in the United States, donated in 1950 by his lifelong supporter and mentor, Southern native Mary Haskell Minis. This exhibition concentrates on works that capture Gibran’s enduring belief in the oneness of all things, often characterized in his paintings and drawings as the feminine divine.

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