Upcoming Events & Programs
Cultural Affairs Commission
2017 Contracts for Cultural & Arts Services
Arts Classes & Workshops
Black Box Theatre
Community Outreach Program
Resources and Information
Leisure Services Bureau
About the Department
The Department of Cultural Affairs is responsible for ensuring that a variety of quality artistic, cultural, and heritage-based opportunities are available and accessible to the citizens and visitors of Savannah.
The Department of Cultural Affairs has four administrative employees and four program employees. Local and regional artists are contracted by the department to provide a range of cultural opportunities.
The Cultural Affairs Commission, an advisory board, recommends investments in cultural programming from Savannah organizations. The services include all genres of visual, performing, media, music and literary arts.
In 2017, the Department will administer contracts with Savannah’s cultural agencies and will produce over 2000 services.
Savannah Black Heritage Festival in February
Savannah Music Festival in March
Festival in April
Savannah Jazz Festival in September
Picnic in the Park in October
Savannah Film Festival in October
Savannah Children's Book Festival in November
Americans for the Arts’ Arts & Economic Prosperity 5
The City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs has officially joined Americans for the Arts’ latest national economic impact study, Arts & Economic Prosperity 5! Our participation in this important research project will allow us to quantify the economic impact of the arts and culture industry in the greater Savannah area. We all know that our industry supports jobs and generates government revenue. In June of 2017, we’ll receive a final report that tells us just how many jobs and how much money we represent! For more information, please contact Rebecca Brown (
Technical Resource Center
In addition to producing and presenting cultural opportunities, the Department of Cultural Affairs serves as a resource center providing technical assistance to cultural organizations, program information and marketing services, a cultural calendar,
grant writing and funding workshops
, an e-newsletter, a cultural cable program.
9 West Henry St.
Savannah, GA 31401
Fx: (912) 651-3677
Arts Programs Information
Ph: (912) 651-6783
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fri, Jan. 27 - Mon, Feb. 27
Telfair Museums presents Nick Cave, an exploration of art and identity
Wed, Feb. 1 - Sun, Feb. 26
28th Annual Savannah Black Hertiage Festival
Thu, Feb. 2 - Fri, Feb. 24
16th Annual New Beginning Youth Art Exhibit & Reception
Savannah Black Heritage Festival Offers Historic Walking Tours
Savannah Black Heritage Festival hosts the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum Traveling Exhibition
P.O. Box 1027
2 East Bay St., Savannah, GA 31401
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