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Cultural Arts Gallery
Cultural Arts Gallery is managed by the city of Savannah's Department of Cultural Affairs. This facility exists as a venue for the promotion and education of the visual arts, via the display of contemporary art, design and fine crafts by local and regional artists. Cultural Arts Gallery serves and responds to the Savannah community with exhibitions and educational programming that strengthen awareness and stimulate dialogue through artistic expression.

Cultural Arts Gallery is a community exhibition space and is host to approximately nine shows per year. Exhibitions range from youth and solo shows to group and traveling exhibitions. Each exhibition includes an artist reception and an outreach program which enriches the learning experience for our visitors. Shows on display are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with occasional night and weekend hours based on programming. There is free off-street parking in the lot adjacent to the building.

The gallery is located at 9 West Henry Street (between Bull and Whitaker streets).

For more information about the Gallery, call (912) 651-6783 or email Arts Coordinator, Ashley Wyndham.

Everything Flows, Love Where You Live
Everything Flows
April 14 - 28, 2017

Friday, April 14, 2017 from 5-8pm

Special Event:
Booth at Earth Day Festival, Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 11am-4pm, Forsyth Park

The Keep Savannah Clean High School Leadership Council presents “Everything Flows, Love Where You Live”, a collaborative exhibition featuring local artists Harry Delorme and Rachel Green. The exhibit showcases work focusing on local litter and its effects on our coastal community and consequently, the world.

The High School Leadership Council students were selected to act as eco-ambassadors and leaders in the Keep Savannah Clean Litter Campaign. Their mission was to find unique ways to engage others in litter prevention and increase litter awareness in Savannah. Through the use of art, the students present innovative work that emphasizes the harmful, costly consequences of litter in our waterways and environment. The show focuses on creative solutions for local litter issues and the positive potential of utilizing a new set of “3 R’s”: Refuse, Reuse, and Repair.

“Everything Flows, Love Where You Live” features work from students: Ann Bell, Elija Coles, Palmer Horne, Josie King, Eddie Seginack, Nadia Sneed, Talia Terrell, and Christopher Washington.

Collaborative partners include: Department of Cultural Affairs, Department of Environmental Services and Sustainability, Keep Savannah Clean, and Savannah Chatham County Public Schools.

Special thanks to Brynn Grant, Chatham County Resource Conservation & Recycling Education Center, Greg Parker, Savannah Tree Foundation, UGA Marine Extension, WTOC, and the Council’s teachers and mentors: Donna L. Antonucci, Robert Carter, Kayla Clark, Whitney Colley, Shelia Crossley, Shirmira Hill, Karen Jenkins, Joanne Morton, Abigail Murphy, Jean Shearer, Robin Tisdale-Turner, Adam Uhlig, and Rachel Wynn.

2017 Gallery Exhibitions
May 5 - 26
Portraits in Watercolors
Napoleon Wilkerson

June 2 - July 28
Puppet People

August 4 - 25
Paul Lewis