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Upcoming Events & Programs
January 5 - July 1
W.W. Law Art Collection
Works by William Sylvester Carter

William Sylvester Carter (1909-1996) was born in St. Louis and moved to Chicago in 1930 to study art at the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Illinois. He worked in several mediums including pastel, watercolor, ink gouache and oils. His works were exhibited in the Chicago area, as well as Atlanta University and the Library of Congress. His work will be on display at the City Hall Rotunda located on 2 East Bay Street. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday from 8:15am-5:00pm. For more information please call 912-651-6783.

February 18 - May 7
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Vanessa L. German, Mixed media assemblage
"State of the Art": Discovering American Art Now
presented by the Telfair Museum of Art

The works presented at "State of the Art" are created by working artists who strive to find innovative ways to engage and connect with viewers on a personal level. Telfair Museums presents 40 of the original 102 exhibiting artists, who were selected by the Crystal Bridges curatorial team through an ambitious year long research process that involved traveling 100,000 miles and visiting nearly 1,000 artists’ studios. The "State of Art" exhibition will include a lecture, fashion show, free family day and more artistic events for the entire family to enjoy. For more information, please visit

May 6
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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  

May 16
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Deep Speaks!

On Monday, May 16th, 39 of Savannah's most powerful young authors will take the stage at Deep Speaks, a free and all-ages book launch, live reading, and community celebration.
The event takes place at the Historic Savannah Theatre located at 222 Bull Street. Doors open at 6pm, the event starts at 6:30pm. For more information, please visit