Upcoming Events

Savannah Cultural Arts Center Events and Workshops!

Our building is located at 201 Montgomery St, the lawn is at the southeast corner of the intersection of Oglethorpe and MLK. Parking: 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.

There is an accessible drop-off area on Montgomery St, and one accessible parking space next to the building on Turner Blvd. Additional parking on Turner Blvd. may be available upon request. Additional accessible parking spaces are in City parking lots and garages.

View all full session art classes and workshops here.

Cinema Savannah: Film Screenings 

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CinemaSavannah has been bringing interesting foreign, arthouse, and independent films to film fans in the Savannah area since 2003, bringing mostly new releases that would not usually play in local commercial theaters.
Times: Doors open at 6:00pm, movie at 7:00pm. 
Cost: $10, paid to Cinema Savannah. Cash preferred.

Upcoming Dates:

Friday, December 1

Clouds of Sils Maria (France/Germany, 2014)
Doors 6:00 | Movie 7:00

Olivier Assayas’s masterpiece about a veteran actress who comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career decades earlier. The film also features towering performances from the two leads, Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart. With Clouds of Sils Maria and his genius HBO mini-series Irma Vep, Assayas has established a reputation as the most thoughtful and cerebral filmmaker in today’s cinema. Recipient of over 40 international awards and nominations including six French Cezars.  CinemaSavannah will screen the director-approved special release of the film. In English and French and German with English subtitles. 124 minutes.

“A meditation on fame, acting, aging, and acceptance, Clouds is a multilayered rapture on the subject of woman, performing. Not only does the film demand repeat viewings, it rewards them.” Boston Globe

The movie, which Olivier Assayas wrote and directed, is a world of wonders, most of them cerebrally twisty and emotionally hallucinogenic. Grantland

$10 at the door, paid to Cinema Savannah. Cash preferred.

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The 2024 Black Art Expo

Saturday, February 3 | 12 - 4 pm

We are excited to announce that the Black Art Expo will be returning on Saturday, February 3, 2024! The Black Art Expo is a vibrant celebration of African and African-American culture, art, and creativity featuring talented artists and performers. 

Let's come together to celebrate the richness of African and African-American art and culture at the 2024 Black Art Expo. This event promises to be a platform for creativity, unity, and inspiration. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to be a part of something truly special! 

Stay tuned for more information!


Workshop: Watercolor Holiday Cards

Thursday, November 30 | 7:00 - 9:00pm
$20 resident/ $25 non-resident

Create a keepsake holiday card in this workshop that will introduce you to the beautiful art of watercolor painting. No experience is necessary and all materials are supplied. Deadline to register is 5pm on Tuesday, November 28. 

This workshop will also be offered for teens on Monday, December 18 from 1:00 - 4:00pm for ages 13 - 18. 17 and 18-year olds who are not in high school should take the class for adults on November 30.

Register for this workshop here.

View more upcoming workshops here.  

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