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Telfair Museums will be reopening its three sites—the Telfair Academy, the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters, and the Jepson Center for the Arts—beginning Friday, June 26. The museums will be open 10am-5pm Thursdays-Mondays. During the initial reopening phase, we will be closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
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The Museums are closed, but you can continue to explore our collections and be inspired from the comfort of your own home! Check out the many ways you can escape the day with our collection of articles, activities, and art.

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Why we use “enslaved.”

The noun slave implies that she was, at her core, a slave. The adjective enslaved reveals that though in bondage, bondage was not her core existence.
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ART

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Meet Sculptor Bob Trotman

Sculptor Bob Trotman introduces you to his work in State of the Art at the ‪#JepsonCenter!
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Meet Sculptor Bob Trotman

Sculptor Bob Trotman introduces you to his work in State of the Art at the ‪#JepsonCenter!
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HISTORY

Learn everything you need to know about our history, important figures, and more!

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Interpreting Slavery at Historic Sites

A panel of museum and history professionals joined us at the Jepson Center for a conversation about interpreting slavery at historic sites, including why this work is important and how to ensure that we do it responsibly.
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Interpreting Slavery at Historic Sites

A panel of museum and history professionals joined us at the Jepson Center for a conversation about interpreting slavery at historic sites, including why this work is important and how to ensure that we do it responsibly.

ARCHITECTURE

Bridge centuries of art and architecture by exploring our articles, videos, and more!

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200 Years of William Jay Architecture

Architectural historian Robin Williams examines William Jay’s Savannah buildings and how they changed the landscape of our city.
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200 Years of William Jay Architecture

Architectural historian Robin Williams examines William Jay’s Savannah buildings and how they changed the landscape of our city.
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