Start the year off with a bang as Telfair’s annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival faces the future with exciting exhibitions, lectures, and educational events for all ages. PULSE 2020’s theme “Futility to Futurity,” is explored by artists
Opening artist panel: Neil Mendoza, Alicia Eggert, and R. Luke Dubois. Reception to follow with projections by John Collette. Members free / non-members $8. Pre-registration is required. Full PULSE Art + Technology Schedule Register Now »
Current FAAA members are invited to submit work for a group exhibition in the Kennedy Fine Arts Building Gallery at Savannah State University. Guidelines: Media accepted: painting, photography, sculptures & video (participants must provide their own equipment for video work. Maximum size limit: 30" x 40" Exhibition dates: January 13th - February 21st, 2020 Reception: January 24th, 5:30 - 6:30pm. Drop off date by January 6-7th between 10am - 4pm, attn: Professor Eric Clark Pick up date February 22nd between…
Our most popular Family Day includes opportunities to experience all of the 2020 PULSE Art + Technology Festival exhibitions and experiment with technology teaching tools. This year’s PULSE Family Day and Expo will feature hands-on tech projects for all ages and creative tech demos from local schools and colleges. Investment is provided by the City of Savannah and the Georgia Power Foundation.
This year’s Deep Center slam team will be joining forces with the Telfair’s Pulse Festival to bring you an afternoon of intense, literary performances, accompanied by live interactive visuals by artist James Gladman.
Take a curator guided tour of our exhibition, Machines of Futility, featuring interactive and kinetic art that highlights artists making machines that use humor and absurdity to question the usefulness of technology.
One hundred years ago, the Savannah Art Club (now known as the Savannah Art Association) was founded to “develop art appreciation in individuals and further art in the community.”
Telfair Museums invites our Director's Circle members to a lecture by Holly Koons, Executive Director of the Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA, and former Telfair Museums curator.
Explore all the exciting exhibitions on view at the Jepson Center, including Summon the Sea! Contemporary Artists and Moby Dick and it's life-size, 52-foot-long white wool whale before it’s gone for good.
Tour of the Owens Thomas House and Slave Quarters -If These Walls Could Talk Members Only Event For more information about becoming a member of TAG, please click here.
Speaker Dr. Althea Sumpter, Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission Free admission.
Start your day with art with our new and combined programs! Once a month, our youngest patrons are invited to the Jepson Center for story time, a special tour, and an art activity. Strollers, crying babies, toddlers, and older siblings are all welcome here.
Kennedy Fine Arts Center
Kennedy Fine Arts Gallery