Telfair Museums is proud to be the host location for the 2021 CANstruction Competition in Savannah. We are partnering with Choate Construction for this international hunger relief charity event that will benefit America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia. The Jepson Center will be the site of five sculptures, constructed entirely of cans, created by local architecture firms.
A Director’s Circle and Gari Melchers Collectors’ Society exclusive! Join Telfair Museums’ Director/CEO Ben Simons on a cultural arts journey this fall in our nation’s capital. For information about eligibility to Travel with Telfair, contact Calli Laundre at 912.790.8807 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heavy is the Crown | Finding Freedom Complimentary cocktail reception with light hors d’oeuvres in the Eckberg Atrium. Artist Lecture by Sonya Clark
Artist Sonya Clark will present the 2021 Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Lecture to open her exhibition at the Jepson Center.
Join us on the Jepson Center’s Sculpture Terrace for drinks and nibbles and a self-guided visit.
Anne-Solene Bayan, Assistant Curator, will discuss her newly installed exhibit, 'In the Shadows,' which explores the art of the silhouette through works in the Telfair Museums’ permanent collection.
Enjoy an evening of art and adventure after hours exclusively for college students to explore our latest exhibitions, create in our studios, and interact with art-minded peers.
Join artist Noel W Anderson for a lecture about his work on view at the Jepson Center.
Telfair offers a free admission family day to Savannah and Chatham County residents to view the exhibition 'Sonya Clark: Finding Freedom' and other current works on view.
Once a month, our youngest patrons are invited to the Jepson Center for story time, a special tour, and art activity. Strollers, crying babies, toddlers, and older siblings are all welcome here.
Join us for the unveiling of the addition of our Capstone donors to the permanent wall in the Jepson Center atrium. Invitations will be sent to donors for this celebration of the completion of this ambitious pledge first announced in Spring 2018. We couldn’t have done it without all our amazing donors!
The fall’s favorite masquerade has a new and more modernly mysterious venue. Presented by the William Jay Society, Masquerade in the Museum debuts in the Jepson Center for a unique experience with music and dancing, libations, food, and much more!
Our guest speaker will be Tom Fontana, former communications and marketing director of the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Washington, DC. Mr. Fontana will speak about the distinguished art works featured in the U.S. Capitol Building’s Rotunda and throughout the Capitol building.
Johnathan Stalcup of Architectural Tours of Savannah will give the background on the Jepson Center from design through its completion and embrace by the community.