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Start your day with art with our new and combined programs! Once a month, our youngest patrons are invited to the Jepson Center for story time, a special tour, and an art activity.

Strollers, crying babies, toddlers, and older siblings are all welcome here.

This month’s program features activities related to the PULSE Art + Technology Festival. Come play and learn with us!

$5 per child
Adult members free / Adult non-members $12

 

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TechSpace: Second Nature

Jepson Center
Technology often exists in opposition to nature, but it has also been used by scientists, artists, and designers to further understanding of the environment. Second Nature brings together technology-based art from Telfair’s permanent collection and new audiovisual works that reference nature.
exhibition

Machines of Futility: Unproductive Technologies

Jepson Center
This exhibition of interactive and kinetic art highlights artists making machines that use humor and absurdity to question the usefulness of technology. The exhibition includes artist Neil Mendoza’s Robotic Voice Activated Word Kicking Machine, which humorously visualizes how machines hear or don’t hear what we say, substituting an absurd apparatus for the unseen technology in our pockets and homes.
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PULSE Art + Technology Festival 2020

January 22January 26 Jepson Center
Start the year off with a bang as Telfair’s annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival faces the future with exciting exhibitions, lectures, and educational events for all ages. PULSE 2020’s theme “Futility to Futurity,” is explored by artists
exhibition

TechSpace: Second Nature

Jepson Center
Technology often exists in opposition to nature, but it has also been used by scientists, artists, and designers to further understanding of the environment. Second Nature brings together technology-based art from Telfair’s permanent collection and new audiovisual works that reference nature.
exhibition

Machines of Futility: Unproductive Technologies

Jepson Center
This exhibition of interactive and kinetic art highlights artists making machines that use humor and absurdity to question the usefulness of technology. The exhibition includes artist Neil Mendoza’s Robotic Voice Activated Word Kicking Machine, which humorously visualizes how machines hear or don’t hear what we say, substituting an absurd apparatus for the unseen technology in our pockets and homes.
Event

PULSE Art + Technology Festival 2020

January 22January 26 Jepson Center
Start the year off with a bang as Telfair’s annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival faces the future with exciting exhibitions, lectures, and educational events for all ages. PULSE 2020’s theme “Futility to Futurity,” is explored by artists
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