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Upcoming Events & Programs
October 14 - January 29, 2017
Telfair Museums Photography Exhibition Explores Man
and the Environment

Opening October 14th at Telfair Museum's Jepson Center, a photography exhibition explores the increasingly fraught relationship between human kind and the environment, giving photographic aid to a concern that has reached global significance in recent years. The Watershed: Contemporary Landscape Photography exhibit  displays works that evidence the undeniable impact on the earth, these photographers reveal the landscape as an activated space - one that is imprinted by mankind and marked by social performance.  For more information, please visit

October 22-29
SCAD Film Festival

The SCAD Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in the southeast. Adults and youth have the opportunity to view potential award winning films and possibly see professional actors in person from featured films. For a full schedule. Please visit

October 30
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Concert in Forsyth Park

Morning Star Cultural Arts Group promotes cultural arts education through unique and varied experiences that includes music and other art forms. This group also engages in a wide range of charitable endeavors to help educate the citizens of the community. A performance by Klezmer Local 42 is sponsored by the City of Savannah Weave-A-Dream Initiative. The event takes place by the fountain in Forsyth Park from 11am to 3pm.

November 4
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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

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.