Telfair’s PULSE festival returns in hybrid form for pandemic times with exhibitions at the Jepson Center, virtual lectures by featured artists, a curator’s tour, workshop, and a free admission weekend.
David Gumbs will present an informal talk for students focusing on his journey and development as an artist. Open to students grades 4 through college by registration. Register Now
Get inspired and ready to jump start STEM at home with a presentation by two amazing designers, parents and hosts of the web video series STEM Chat. Natalie Zee Drieu is former editor in chief of CRAFT magazine, blogger at coquette.blogs.com and Adafruit Industries, with an extensive background in design and technology. Diana Eng is founding member of maker group NYC Resistor, a fashion designer who rose to national attention on Season 2 of Project Runway, author of Fashion Geek and…
Enjoy a three-day weekend of free admission to the Jepson Center to explore all of the new interactive art for PULSE and other current exhibitions. Hands-on art making kits will be available for families to pick up in the Jepson Center atrium.
This program features talks by two artists currently based in Savannah. Greg Finger is a digital artist specializing in interactive multimedia installations, who has exhibited interactive works and public art installations in China and the United States. Guanzhi Kou is currently studying in the Interactive Design and Game Development program at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Register Now
Join PULSE curator Harry DeLorme for a live virtual walk through of current PULSE projects at the Jepson Center. Register Now
Presented by Society of Women Engineers - Savannah Coastal Empire Chapter Turn a pizza box into a solar oven to heat a slice or make a snack. Learn how to use science to make ice cream in 10 minutes. Parental supervision is required. Limit 20 participants. Register Now
Learn how to use science to make ice cream in 10 minutes. Limit 20 participants. A supply list of simple supplies that can be found at home will be sent in advance. Register Now
TAG’s next general meeting will be held on February 8, 2021 at 10am.
Join us on February 11 at 6pm to discuss "The Land Was Ours: How Black Beaches Became White Wealth in the Coastal South" (University of North Carolina Press, 2016) with Andrew Kahrl, associate professor of history and African American studies at the University of Virginia.
Director’s Circle members, please mark your calendars for an exclusive first look at Picasso to Hockney: Modern Art on Stage. Zoom lecture presented by guest lecturer R. Scott Blackshire, Ph.D., Curator of the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts at the McNay Art Museum. Private gallery viewings available during DC Early Access Hours by appointment. Contact Catherine Renner 912.790.8844.
Telfair Museums presents an exciting virtual lecture by R. Scott Blackshire, Ph.D., Curator of the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts at the McNay Art Museum. Lecture sponsored by Telfair Academy Guild. Register Now
Telfair Museums' Education staff will offer a preview of the exhibition and a virtual walk-through of the gallery. An educator guide and passes to view the exhibition at the Jepson Center will be available to all participating educators. Registration pending
Shannon Browning-Mullis, Telfair’s former Curator of History and Decorative Arts and currently Executive Director at Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, will present a talk about this new exhibition that looks at the original plans for the Telfair Academy in the context of early museum organization, philosophy, and aesthetics. Register Now