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September 29
Tsars' Cabinet
Opening Lecture by Kathleen Durdin

Kathleen Durdin, Russian decorative arts collector, provides a collector’s perspective on the exquisite works drawn from her private collection in this exhibition and shares her fascination with Russian history and decorative arts. The reception takes place at 6pm at the Jepson Center. A reception following the lecture features special demonstrations and traditional Russian food.The event is sponsored by the Telfair Academy Guild. For more information on this event, please click here.

October 2
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Picnic in the Park presented by
Savannah Philharmonic, the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Parker's

Enjoy fantastic music and fun family activities in beautiful Forsyth Park. This unique event features a stunning repertoire from the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and more! The event kicks off in Forsyth Park at 4pm. For more information, please click here.

October 6
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Film: Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

In collaboration with Cinema Savannah, Telfair Museums presents the new film by acclaimed director Werner Herzog, Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World. Herzog’s new documentary reflects on the Internet, perhaps the most world-changing technological development since World War II. In this film, the Oscar-nominated director Herzog leads viewers on a journey through a series of provocative conversations that reveal the ways in which the online world has transformed how virtually everything in reality works—from business, to healthcare, to our personal relationships. The film takes place at 7pm at the Jepson Center.

October 7
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First Friday Art March

Savannah Art March features local and regional artists' whose works are on display at a variety of local businesses, art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants. A free trolley is provided to offer transportation to and from exhibitions for all to enjoy. For more information, please visit

October 8
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The Tsars’ Cabinet
Free Family Day:
A Look inside the Tsars' Cabinet

Visitors are invited to celebrate Russian culture through the arts. Family members can make their own paper Russian nesting dolls, fancy plastic picnic ware, and Fabergé eggs. The celebration includes a live performance of Russian music by the Atlanta Balalaika Society. Free Family Day takes place at the Jepson Center from 1-4pm. For more information please click here.

October 20
"Crosscurrents:Land, Labor, and the Port"
An exhibition from the Textile Society of America

Art Rise Savannah has partnered with the Textile Society of America to bring seven simultaneous exhibitions organized by nationally recognized curators to Savannah. Confirmed locations include the City of Savannah's Cultural Arts Gallery. This event kicks off at 6pm. For more information, please visit here.

December 8
Armstrong Moveable Feast Lecture Links to Photography in Complex Uncertainties and Watershed

Guests are invited to join Armstrong professors Regina Bradley, Assistant Professor of African American Literature, and Angela Horne, Associate Professor of Art, as they question what formal elements define a landscape image, and how landscape might provide a framework for thinking about the protest movements represented in the photography of the post-Civil Rights American South. This event is free and open to the public and starts at 6pm at the Jepson Center.