Helen Smiley, ‘Loving Hearted Brown Baby Beaver,’ Ruth Byck Adult Day Health Center
Join Telfair Museums staff and members of the Savannah community in the Neises Auditorium for the opening program for Making Marks. Inspired by the exhibition Created Beasts: Sculpture by Ulysses Davis, Making Marks features works submitted by local residents of all ages and backgrounds emphasizing the healing and transformative power of art making. The program will include a presentation of Telfair’s outreach programming participant speakers from partner organizations.
Sponsored by The Sheriff Family Foundation.
This event is free and open to the public.
2023 Community Partners Include:
St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital –Inpatient Rehabilitation, Georgia Infirmary, and Movement Disorders Program, Union Mission, Inc. –Ben and Betty Barnes Center, Park Place Outreach, Inc., Senior Citizens, Inc. –Ruth Byck Adult Day Health Center, Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision, Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, Youth Intercept Program, EmployAbility, Savannah Speech and Hearing Center –Stroke Survivors’ Support Group, City of Savannah Therapeutics Program, City of Savannah Adult Day Care Program, Coastal Harbor Behavioral Health, LIFE, Inc., Savannah VA Clinic, Savannah Regional Youth Detention Center, Georgia National Guard, Chatham County Public Schools System, and Department of Veteran’s Affairs –Savannah Veterans of the Arts.