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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.
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January 2019

Melchers Society Studio Visit

January 22 at 5:30pm Starland District

Members of the Gari Melchers Collectors’ Society are invited to visit the studio of artist Suzanne Jackson. Jackson's upcoming retrospective, Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades, opens June 28, 2019. The Gari Melchers Collectors’ Society supports and promotes the expansion of the museum’s permanent collection and provides its members with exclusive programs and educational opportunities to enhance their enjoyment and appreciation of art.

PULSE Opening Lecture, Performance, and Reception

January 23 at 6pm8pm Jepson Center

Telfair Museums' annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival is back for 2019!

Creative Tech Talks for Students

January 24 at 11am Jepson Center

Featuring Keita Takahashi and Dr. Clement Shimizu

Savannah Games Showcase Lightning Talks

January 24 at 6pm Jepson Center

Local videogame developers featured in the showcase will give short presentations on their work. Free and open to the public.

Creative Tech Talks for Students: Panel

January 25 at 11am Jepson Center

Panel discussion featuring SuAnne Fu, Chris Nusbaum, and Christine Wacta

PULSE Curator’s Tour

January 25 at 3pm Jepson Center

Join Senior Curator of Education and PULSE Curator Harry DeLorme for a tour of this year’s exhibition. Please note that space is limited.

Designing the Future screening and panel

January 25 at 6pm Jepson Center

Presented by Vice Media and W Projects. Don't miss the 7pm site-specific projection installation by John Colette!

Chatham County Free Family Day

January 26 at 1pm4pm Jepson Center

There's something for the whole family at this month's Chatham County Free Family Day featuring our annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival at the Jepson Center.

PULSE Curator’s Tour

January 27 at 3pm Jepson Center

Join Senior Curator of Education and PULSE Curator Harry DeLorme for a tour of this year’s exhibition. Please note that space is limited.

TAG: Be Monet

January 30 at 5:30pm7:30pm Jepson Center

TAG member, artist, and teacher Carol Hartley will guide you through an evening of artistic creativity! Join us in the Jepson Center to paint your very own work of art in the style of Monet: Impressionism! You can choose from one of three works to paint, or you may choose to simply observe and enjoy. All artistic levels are welcome! $45 for artists or observers Included: instruction, supplies, lite bites, and wine. Class size is limited. Proceeds raised will benefit…

Last Look Lecture: Monet to Matisse

January 31 at 6pm Jepson Center

The Impact of Modernity on Impressionist Art with speaker Dr. Rihab Bagnole. Members free / non-members $8. Pre-registration is required.

February 2019

WJS Lovers’ Last Look at Monet to Matisse

February 7 at 5:30pm Jepson Center

Celebrate Valentine’s Day early with a date night at the museum! Bring your loved one (or Tinder date) for refreshments at 5:30pm, followed by an exclusive curator-led tour at 6pm. For more information, please contact Calli Laundré at 912.790.8807 or laundrec@telfair.org. WJS members $20 / non-WJS members $30. Register Now »

Super Museum Sunday

February 10 at 12pm4pm Telfair Museums

View the exciting work of the French Impressionists, discover how a mansion became an art museum, and explore new interactive displays that tell Savannah’s history at Telfair Museums on Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday! All three Telfair sites (Jepson Center, Telfair Academy, and Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters) are participating in the Georgia Historical Society's event, and are offering free admission from 12-4pm. Click here for a full list of participating museums and a map of their locations. We anticipate large crowds…

TAG Meeting

February 11 at 10am

TAG Meeting at the Jepson Center.