From art museums to historic home tours, enjoy the best of the past, present and future in historic Savannah. Discover talented artists and artisans, who create fine art, music, dance, paintings, sculpture, pottery, theater, photographs and film.
Sulfur has delivered a much-needed commodity for Savannah artists—affordable studio space. In addition to 14 studios, the venture offers gallery space, hosts calls for entries, produces workshop series, plus presents movies, music and other community events. One of Savannah’s most active art spaces, Sulfur supplies offerings for every creative type.
Want to soak up true Southern culture? Roots Up showcases an unparalleled collection of Southern folk artists. The outsider artists on display create with raw passion, using available materials resulting in stunning visual stories.
This local artist co-op located off Ellis Square features some of Savannah’s best contemporary artists working in a variety of media. Best part? One of the featured artists is always on duty, so stop in for some life-affirming art chat.
Producer of the First Friday Art March and owner of Non Fiction Gallery, this non-profit broke onto the scene in 2013. Promoting art accessibility and economic growth, Art Rise is active in the local community and a great in to local arts.
SCAD’s new art museum awes audience in more way than one. The tremendous and innovative restoration of the building is masterpiece enough, then once inside the galleries, the boundary pushing contemporary works inspire and entice.
The South’s oldest public art museum, Telfair encompasses three sites in Savannah: the Jepson Center—a soaring contemporary museum; Telfair Academy—home to 19th and 20th century works; and the Owens-Thomas House—a gorgeous historic home.
The Tybee Island Light Station is one of America’s most intact having all of its historic support buildings on its five-acre site. Rebuilt several times the current lightstation displays its 1916 day mark with 178 stairs.