Gari Melchers Collectors’ Society members are invited to celebrate the unveiling of Felix Vallotton’s portrait of society namesake Julius G. Melchers (c. 1885–1886) in the Academy’s Sculpture Gallery and the Melchers purchase of Kara Walker's 'Porgy and Bess' libretto.
Join Telfair Museums and The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)- the Savannah Yamacraw Branch for COMING FULL CIRCLE: From Jim Crow to Journalism, a book lecture by Wanda Llyod.
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.
Check your email for the evite! Jere’s Antiques, has been a major source of supplies for antique auction houses, dealers, designers and individuals. Jere Myers will be on hand to discuss his business and his ever changing inventory.
This special presentation by military historian Michael Jones centers on research from his award-winning biography 'The Black Prince: England’s Greatest Medieval Warrior' and will forever change your impression of this magnificent painting from Telfair’s permanent collection.
Telfair Museums is delighted to return to adding a festive flair to the Jepson Center atrium this winter! We hope you’ll help us kick off the holiday season with a tree lighting celebration sparking joy and bringing the community under one roof.
Join FAAA for a candle making workshop with Elondia Harden of Elonwick Candles.
Join Telfair Museums and The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)- the Savannah Yamacraw Branch for From "N Word" to Mr. Mayor: Experiencing the American Dream, a book lecture by former Savannah mayor Otis Johnson.
Join us for our Annual FOT Christmas Wassail at the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters. The house will be decorated to reflect the observance of Christmas by the people who lived and worked in the households of the Richardson, Owens, and Thomas families.
On September 12, 2019, Telfair Museums announced the Legacy of Slavery in Savannah Initiative, working with the community to consider how the legacies of slavery still manifest in our city and what we can do to work toward justice. This effort is multifaceted and seeks to engage local Savannahians, artists, scholars, and activists.