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Celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Telfair Children's Art Museum with us all month long with featured events and programs!
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Telfair Museums is excited to offer local residents free weekend admission to the Jepson Center and Telfair Academy starting April 2 – August 28!

Residents are invited to explore the largest museum exhibition of work by African American artist, William O. Golding, in The Art of William O. Golding: Hard Knocks, Hardships, and Lots of Experience on view at the Jepson Center, along with other featured exhibitions free of charge.

Free weekend admission includes residents of the following counties:
-Liberty (Georgia)
-Beaufort (South Carolina)
-Jasper (South Carolina)

Included Exhibitions


The Art of William O. Golding: Hard Knocks, Hardships, and Lots of Experience

April 1-Aug. 28 | Jepson Center
The first large museum survey of the work of William O. Golding (1874-1943), an African American seaman and artist, tricked aboard a ship as a boy on River Street, who recorded a half-century of maritime experience in more than one hundred vibrant drawings.

Terra Incognita: Prints by Tissot 

Through July 11 | Jepson Center
Works on paper by the 19th-century French artist James Jacques-Joseph Tissot (1836-1902), a painter known for his lush depictions of the upper-class and its social dramas.

Chul-Hyun Ahn: Beyond

Through Aug. 7 | Jepson Center
A solo exhibition by Baltimore-based artist Chul-Hyun Ahn (Korean, b. 1971) whose light boxes made from LEDs, one-way mirrors, and sculptural materials create the suggestion of infinite space.

Beyond: Light, Color, and Illusion

Through Aug. 7 | Jepson Center
Installations by artists exploring light, space, and illusion in videos and installations, including artist Ryan Buyssens’ kaleidoscopic motorized light sculpture, Aidan Lincoln Fowler’s video infinity mirror, and interactive video and video sculpture by Savannah-based and international artists.


Through Aug. 22 | Jepson Center
A sweeping group exhibition of more than 40 works from the museum’s permanent collection by artists with Savannah connections, including photography, watercolor, mixed media, encaustic, acrylic, charcoal, graphite, ink, oil paint, sculpture, and digital art.

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Through April 2023 | Jepson Center
A site-specific installation by Savannah- and New York City-based artist Tafy LaPlanche.

BLOW UP: Inflatable Contemporary Art

Opens May 27 | Jepson Center
Large-scale inflatable sculptures conceived by nine cutting-edge artists and art collectives from around the world, overwhelming the Jepson Center galleries with a mix of playful and provocative themes, using captivating and sometimes disorienting colors, and ultimately challenging the boundaries of art.


Opens July 22 / Jepson Center
A companion exhibition to CONVERGENCE that features works in Telfair’s permanent collection by artists with ties to the Southeast, including Nellie Mae Rowe, Rudolph Valentino Bostic, and Larry Connaster.

Chimeras & Vanishing Worlds: Prints by Charles Meryon

Opens Aug. 19 | Jepson Center
This exhibition traces the tumultuous life and intriguing work of 19th-century French etcher Charles Meryon, from depictions of the South Pacific inspired by his time as a sailor in the Navy to his iconic prints of Paris during the Gothic Revival.

Before Midnight: Bonaventure and the Bird Girl

Ongoing | Telfair Academy
Sylvia Shaw Judson’s iconic sculpture Bird Girl within the context of the history and art of Bonaventure Cemetery.

Investment provided by the City of Savannah, the Georgia Council for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and other funding partners. 

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