Upcoming Events & Programs

January - March 

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Telfair Museums



Savannah Black Heritage Festival 

February 1-22, 2019

The Savannah Black Heritage Festival (SBHF) is a professionally produced, multi-disciplinary festival, and it is one of the many ethnic cultural arts events sponsored annually by the City of Savannah’s (GA) Department of Cultural Affairs. The focus of the festival is to present performances, exhibits, and activities that attract a broad cross-section of age, socio-economic and ethnically diverse residents in Savannah and its outlying areas as well as visiting tourists. 

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Savannah Music Festival 

March 28 - April 13, 2019 

The Savannah Music Festival (SMF) is dedicated to presenting world-class celebrations of the musical arts by creating timeless and adventurous productions that stimulate arts education, foster economic growth and unite artists and audiences in Savannah. The 30th festival season runs from March 28th through April 13th, 2019. 

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Deep Center

Deep Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that empowers Savannah’s young people to thrive as learners, community leaders, and agents of change. Through creative writing, cultural production, and art, Deep creates platforms for the city’s youth and the village of support around them, including their families and adult allies, to share stories, engage in debates, and make Savannah more just and equitable place.

Deep Speaks

February 10, 2019, 5 p.m., Yamacraw Performing Arts Center, 649 W. Jones Street

Forty-five student authors from Savannah’s public middle schools will take the stage at the Yamacraw Performing Arts Center on February 10, for the Deep Speaks book launch and literary reading. Doors open at 4:45 p.m. 

The young authors to be featured at Deep Speaks were selected from this group by their peers, Deep volunteer Writing Fellows, and staff members to read their original poems and short prose onstage. Works created by all participating youth will be published in four separate anthologies, which will be available to the public for a suggested donation of $12 each at the Deep Speaks event. The books will also be circulated within the Live Oak Public Library System. All book proceeds will directly support Deep’s nonprofit workshops for public school youth.

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