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Upcoming Events & Programs

Below is a list of our upcoming events. Many events are FREE and open to the public. Information is subject to change. Please use the listed contact numbers for confirmation of event details. Funding provided by the City of Savannah.

The Department of Cultural Affairs sends out a monthly e-newsletter, "Arts Resource Link." The publication contains information on upcoming arts and cultural events. If you would like to be on the e-mail list to receive this brief monthly update, sign up here.

June 1 - September 6
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"Movement: Dynamic Expression of Jazz and Dance" by Carl M. Crawford

The Beach Institute presents its only exhibit in the 2014 series with the continual theme A New Vision for the Arts. “Movement: A Dynamic Expression of Jazz and Dance” is an exhibit of works by self-taught freelance artist and motivational speaker Carl M. Crawford. The opening reception will take place at 3pm in the West Gallery of the Beach Institute followed by an artist galleryt talk. The Beach Institute is located at 502 E. Harris St. For more information, please call 912-234-8000.

July 11 - 25
Samone Norsworthy
Sea & Mythical Creatures
Reception: July 11, 5pm - 7pm

This collection of mixed media watercolor paintings, by Samone Norsworthy, uses vibrant colors to create unique artistic interpretations of sea and mythical creatures. Each painting focuses on the individual creature allowing the viewer to study there mystical being up close. For more information please click here.

July 25
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Synchronized Robot Dance Recital

The Savannah Coastal Empire Society of Women Engineers - presents the Synchronized Dance Robot Team. The SCESWE have worked with students to choreograph and program a dance routine with robots. This program allowed students to learn programming, team building skills and build self-esteem. Students will show off their work at a Robot Dance recital July 25th at 3:30 pm at DeRenne Middle School located at 1009 Clinch St. Savannah, GA. For more information, please visit their website at

August 1 - 3
Romantic Spirits Free Weekend at Telfair Academy

This free weekend and family program provides access to an important exhibition and book from the University of South Carolina press documenting the romantic movement in the south. Works included are art spanning the through the years 1810-1896, from paintings celebrating nature in the manner of the Hudson River school to works reflecting the impact of the civil war. Telfair Academy is located at 121 Barnard Street. For more information, please visit

August 2
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Drawing from the Past - Free Family Day

The Teflair is turning back the clock- about 200 years ago: Join the Telfair Museum for an afternoon of 19th century entertainment - full of music, dance, storytelling, and art. This event will take place at the Telfair Academy located at 121 Barnard Street from 1- 4pm. For more information, please visit

October 5
Picnic in the Park     

The City of Savannah and Parker's present Picnic in the Park. Picnic in the Park is a beloved Savannah tradition that takes place in Forsyth Park on Sunday, October 5, 2014. This event celebrates the National Arts and Humanities month by featuring an evening of live music, family, and a creative spread of picnics big and small! Picnic in the Park media sponsor is WSAV. For more information, please click here.

October 10 - 12
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The Savannah Folk Music Festival

The 25th Annual Savannah Folk Music Festival is a showcase of musical talent found among members of the Savannah Folk Music Society. Performances will span the range of traditional, old time, blues, international, folk revival, and contemporary music.  For a complete schedule of events, please visit