Upcoming Exhibition: Impermanence
Kimberly Riner uses mixed media ceramics to examine the parallels between death, mortality, and self-admiration in her solo exhibition, Impermanence. Riner’s work adds to centuries-old conversations surrounding the transitory nature of life and the futility of pleasure through a 21st-century lens. Impermanence showcases the juxtaposition between vanity and death, giving viewers access to engage with a difficult topic that is often deemed taboo.
Gallery Hours and Information
|Monday - Thursday||9:00 am||to 7:00 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am||10 5:00 pm|
|Saturday||9:00 am||to 2:00 pm|
The Savannah Cultural Arts Center gallery’s mission is to serve and respond to the Savannah community with exhibitions that strengthen awareness and stimulate dialogue through artistic expression. The department presents lectures, gallery tours, workshops and other educational programs related to exhibits whenever possible. Access to the gallery is free and open to the public.
The Savannah Cultural Arts Center Gallery | 201 Montgomery St., Savannah, GA
Limited (paid) street parking is available near the (SCAC). The closest parking garages are Liberty Parking Garage on Liberty and Montgomery and Robinson Parking Garage on Montgomery St. across from Chatham County Courthouse.
|October 22||to||December 1||Kimberly Riner: Impermanence|
|December 10||to||January 8 (2022)||The Lowcountry Turners|
|January 15||to||February 4||Student Faculty Exhibition|
|February 11||to||March 25||LINKS: New Beginnings Art Exhibition|
Interested in showcasing your art at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center? Proposals are accepted from individuals and groups for non-degree seeking exhibitions. View our guidelines below and submit your proposal today by downloading our gallery application. Completed applications should be emailed to this email.