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July 1 - December 31
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"City Transversed"
by Lisa D. Watson
City Hall Rotunda Gallery

In this exhibit, Watson shows her appreciation for engineering and the construction of bridges that connect Georgia to South Carolina and the mainland to the island using reclaimed mix media and paint to portray unforeseen architecture details and native wildlife. The Rotunda Gallery is located at City Hall, but managed by DCA. “City Transversed” will be on display until December 31, 2015. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday from 8:15am – 5:00pm. For more information, please visit our website.

August 25 - December 31,2015
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2015 Savannah-Chatham County Fair Housing Council Poster Contest

The Fair Housing Council and Savannah Chatham County School System present the entries and winning works from the 2015 Annual Fair Housing Council Poster Contest now through December 31 at the City of Savannah’s Midtown Municipal Building. This year’s Fair Housing Poster Contest features twenty-six posters created by students from Hubert Middle, Garrison, Coastal Middle and Hesse K-8, relating to this year’s theme: Fair Housing: It’s not an Option, It’s the Law! For more information, please click here.

October 16 - January 24, 2016
Gari Melchers,
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Telfair Museums opens Monet & American Impressionism

Telfair Museums will display this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition that brings four paintings of French master Claude Monet to Savannah for the first time in the city’s history. Monet and other Paris-based artists introduced Impressionism to the French public in the 1870s, and beginning in the 1880s, American artists took up Monet’s modern approach to light and color. The movement was promoted by American artists, collectors, and art writers. Its popularity continued for forty years, making Impressionism one of the longest-lived and most enthralling artistic expressions in the history of American art. This exhibit will be on display at the Jepson Center. For more information please visit  

December 4
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First Friday Art March
Presented by ArtRise Savannah

This monthly art walk through the neighborhoods south of Forsyth occurs every first Friday of the month from 6-9pm. It highlights local talent in the arts, showing participant’s art's value and Savannah's cultural vibrancy. For more information, please visit

Decenber 11 - 12
Holiday Pops
Presented by Savannah Philharmonic

The Savannah Philharmonic’s “Holiday Pops” concert, a perennial favorite, returns for the seventh season. Bring your friends and family to enjoy the magic, joy, and warmth of the season with the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, soloists, and special guests. Concert takes place at the Lucas Theatre at 7:30pm. For more information, please visit

December 12

I Have Marks to Make

Help celebrate the creative spirit and the accomplishments of Savannah artists young and old at Telfair’s annual I Have Marks to Make exhibition. Exploring the empowerment of people through art, the exhibition features works by individuals with disabilities and work by others making art in rehabilitation from injury or illness. Make your own mark in drawing and painting activities led by talented local artists participating in the exhibition, and take part in a moving program of poetry readings and performances at 2 pm, followed by a reception. For more information, please visit

December 14, 21, & 28
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December Arts for Adults
Presented by West Broad YMCA

Join us for "Open Artist" night at the West Broad Street YMCA! This is perfect for the Student, Professional, and Doodler. All you need to bring is your creativity; a variety of mediums will be presented for your use, from charcoal, to pastels, to acrylic, and many more! Bring blankets and pillows! All classes take place from 6:15pm-7:15pm at the WBYMCA located at 1110 May Street. For more information, please visit