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August 5 - 26
by Claudia Furlow & Jeremiah Jossim
Reception, August 5, 5-9pm    

This exhibition presents two perspectives and comments on nature through the works of Claudia Furlow and Jeremiah Jossim. Furlows images reveal the astonishing delicacy of the intricate architecture of animal and fungal body systems, while Jossim addresses the issue of land use through his Preservations series. Life:Rooted is on display at the Cultural Arts Gallery located at 9 West Henry Street. For more information please click here.

August 5 - 28
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Laurie Darby, Unlimited Potential
The Lila Cabaniss SCCPSS Art Teachers Exhibition
at Telfair Museums' Jepson Center 

Telfair Museums celebrates 100 years of art instruction in Savannah’s public schools with an exhibition of work by current elementary, middle, and high school visual art teachers working in the Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools System. Works by approximately 20 teachers, nearly one-third of all SCCPSS art teachers, will be on view. Mediums include drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics and mixed media. The exhibition runs August 5 – 28, 2016, with a closing reception Friday August 26, 4 – 6pm.

August 27
presented by Telfair Museum of Art
Telfair Museums invites you to the Jepson Center for the #art912 Summit on August 27. The #art912 Summit will focus on the contemporary art scene in Savannah with a panel discussion hosted by ARC Savannah, a lecture by a multi-disciplinary artist Ed Woodham, and more! 
#art912Summit kicks off at 1pm. Admission is Free. Click here to register.  

September 2
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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  

September 13-18
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Tibetan Monks Residency
at the Telfair Jepson Center

The Tibetan Buddhist monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery return to the Jepson Center September 13-18 to create an exquisite sand mandala painting as part of a weeklong residency. Programs related to the monks’ residency include a variety of activities for all ages.To view a full schedule click here.

September 18
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West Side Block Party
presented by Deep Center

Join the young writers of Deep Center's Block by Block Project for a dramatic reading and Block Party on Wayne Street featuring live music, food trucks, public art, and story tours. The WSBP takes at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum and in Chatham Square from 3pm-6pm. For more information please click here.

September 18-26
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35th Annual Savannah Jazz Festival

The 2016 Savannah Jazz Festival, presented by the Coastal Jazz Association, celebrates 35
years of providing a variety of Jazz styles for everyone to enjoy. All events are free and open to the public. For a full schedule of events, please visit  

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 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.