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Don't miss the final weeks of Monet to Matisse: Masterworks of French Impressionism! This exhibition closes February 10.

PLEASE NOTE: All three sites will be closed Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Celebrating the therapeutic power of art making for more than two decades, Telfair’s I Have Marks to Make exhibition features work by individuals of all ages with disabilities and by others making art in rehabilitation from injury or illness. Participating community organizations include The Rehabilitation Institute at Memorial University Medical Center; Coastal Center for Developmental Services, Inc.; St. Joseph’s/Candler Rehabilitation; LIFE, Inc.; the Savannah Chatham County Public Schools Department for Exceptional Children; City of Savannah’s Therapeutics Program; the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center Stroke Survivors’ Group; The Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision, Inc.; Department of Veterans Affairs – Savannah Primary Care Clinic; Goodwill’s ADVANCE Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program and Ruth Byck Adult Daytime Care. Project funding for I Have Marks to Make related outreach provided by The City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs and the Alan S. Gaynor Fund of the Savannah Community Foundation

 

RELATED PROGRAM

I Have Marks to Make FREE Family Day and Exhibition Reception
Saturday, December 12 | 1-4pm | Jepson Center

Help celebrate the creative spirit and the accomplishments of Savannah artists young and old at Telfair’s annual I Have Marks to Make exhibition. Exploring the empowerment of people through art, the exhibition features works by individuals with disabilities or in rehabilitation from injury or illness. Make your own mark in drawing and painting activities led by talented local artists participating in the exhibition, and take part in a moving program of poetry readings and performances at 2 pm, followed by a reception.