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Savannah Holidays 2016: Register for Savannah Santa Train

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

Savannah Santa Train 2016 Coastal Heritage Society

Registration for Savannah Santa Train in Savannah is now OPEN! Tickets available here.

Santa is coming to visit for one day only Sat. Dec. 10 2016 at Georgia State Railroad Museum and Savannah Children’s Museum.

Take a short ride on a steam locomotive, create holiday themed crafts with community partners, join Tin Soldier Camp, and much more.

Tickets: $15 per person over the age of 18 months and pre-registration is required. Tickets available here.

For more information, please contact Sara Boon, Coastal Heritage Society Special Events Coordinator, at sboon@chsgeorgia.org or (912) 651-6840 ext. 302.

Savannah Santa Train
Sat. Dec. 10
8AM-5PM
Georgia State Railroad Museum
655 Louisville Rd, Savannah, Georgia 31401
Tickets available here. (When you purchase tickets online, you will have the opportunity to select a train ride time. After maximum number of train ride spaces fill, no more train ride spaces will be available. If you still wish to purchase tickets for Savannah Santa Train, you may purchase an “Activities Only” ticket. This distinction will be indicated at the time of purchase as ACTIVITIES ONLY. “Activities Only” tickets may be used as a stand-by ticket, but DOES NOT guarantee a train ride.)

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT.

Event Highlights include:
* Build a holiday wonderland with Snapology of Savannah
* Enjoy the seasonal spirit with a cast of characters from Savannah Stage Company
* Design holiday cards for local child-patients with Savannah Children’s Museum’s “Carts with HeART” program.
* Create festive t-shirts with Maven Makers
* Interact with arctic animals with Oatland Island Wildlife Center

Other activities for visitors will include learning how to shoulder a musket during Toy Soldiers Training, engaging in STEAM learning to see how a chimney works during Chimney Science, celebrating different cultures during our “Holidays Around the World” station, taking a holiday-themed ride on a steam locomotive and visiting with jolly old St. Nicholas to share a Christmas wish.

Food will be available for purchase from Big Bon Pizza & Leopold’s Ice Cream.

Train rides are available every twenty minutes, so please select a time to reserve your spot.

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Sensory Soft Sunday for children with special needs, Savannah

Monday, November 7th, 2016

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Savannah Children’s Museum will host Sensory Soft Sundays on select Sundays 9-11AM. This is a unique offering for families with children who have special needs.

Children with special needs and their families are invited to Sensory Soft Sunday. Savannah Children’s Museum will open their doors two hours early so guests can explore and enjoy the museum with less concern regarding crowds and loud noises.

The number of attendees is limited, so secure your spot today by contacting jpaterson@chsgeorgia.org.

What: Sensory Soft Sundays
When: Nov. 13 2016,  9-11AM
Where: Savannah Children’s Museum, 655 Louisville Rd, Savannah, GA 31401
Cost: $7.50 for all guests 18 months and older (FREE for CHS members!)

Tickets are $7.50 per person over the age of 18 months, free for members.

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FREE Family Fun Night for the public & honoring Hilton Head Is./Bluffton first responders

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

Sandbox Children's Museum Hilton Head kids' activities

The Sandbox Children’s Museum on Hilton Head Is. is happy to report they are operating at full capacity after working to recover from Hurricane Matthew.

This Fri. Nov. 4, The Sandbox will host a special edition of FREE Family Fun Night in honor of our first responders in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

First responders have been invited but some are still busy getting Hilton Head Is. back together after Hurricane Matthew.

The public is invited to an evening of FREE family fun and light refreshments in the spirit of community.

First come, first serve!
(Space and activities are limited in the event of inclement weather)

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The Sandbox Birthday Celebration

Nov 23 | 10AM – 2PM at The Sandbox
The Sandbox is turning 11!

Come celebrate & enjoy a carnival, complete with bounce house, “corn hole” and other carnival games and prizes. There will be a BBQ lunch, sugar cookie decorating, and Birthday cake!

Visit www.thesandbox.org/birthday-bash-celebration to learn more.
Members: $5/person
Non-Members: $10/person
First come, first serve – special discounts for military and seniors.
Sorry, coupons not valid for special event.
(Space and activities are limited in the event of inclement weather)

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Sandbox Hours

Sunday – Monday: Closed | Open Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM – 5PM The Sandbox will be CLOSED Sat. Nov 12
due to the Fall Festival at St. Andrew by the Sea United Methodist Church.

The Sandbox Children’s Museum
18A Pope Avenue,
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
843.842.7645

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Old Fort Jackson Family-Friendly Annual Auction & Lowcountry Boil, Savannah

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

Old Fort Jackson auction family-friendly lowcountry boil Savannah The family-friendly Old Fort Jackson Annual Auction will be Sat. Nov. 5, 6-10PM.

Guests can enjoy beautiful views of the Savannah River, a silent auction, artillery and musket demonstrations by costumed historical interpreters and delicious cuisine provided by Creative Catering. Savannah Children’s Museum will also be on-site with fun, glow in the dark activities and crafts for the younger set of event participants.

Old Fort Jackson is the oldest standing brick fort in Georgia and one of only five remaining Second System coastal brick fortifications in the United States. The site is solely reliant upon operational incomes and donations from community supporters. Due to recent damages sustained from Hurricane Matthew, community support is even more important this year than most.

The Annual Auction will have dozens of highly sought after items for guests to bid on, including JetBlue airline tickets, a paddleboard valued at $1,500 from North Island Kayak, four tickets to Walt Disney World, a deluxe one-night hotel stay for 2 guests at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Atlanta and an $100 gift to card to Pacci Italian Kitchen & Bar plus a one-night stay at The Brice Hotel in Savannah.

Free admission

Admission to this event is free of charge. The Annual Auction is a family-friendly event and all ages are welcome. Food and beverages are available for an additional fee. This event is made possible by generous support from: Creative Catering, Port City Logistics and Savannah Pilots Association.

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Free Spookalicious @ The Sandbox Children’s Museum, Hilton Head Is.

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Spookalicious Hilton Head Is. Halloween Free events

Visited The Sandbox Children’s Museum on Hilton Head Is. lately?

Here’s a fun chance to do so.

In the spirit of community after Hurricane Matthew, The Sandbox’s Halloween event – Spookalicious – is FREE to the public. Any donations will go to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry Disaster Relief Fund.

Spookalicious Halloween Night
Sat. Oct. 29 | 11AM-4PM at The Sandbox
Bring your ghost and goblins dressed in their costumes and ready to play. The Sandbox will have plenty of Halloween themed crafts and activities, including a special cookie decorating project. We’ll also put a twist on traditional trick-or-treating with our bag-of-treats scavenger hunt.
FREE!
First come, first serve!
(Space and activities are limited in the event of inclement weather)

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More about The Sandbox

HOURS
Sunday – Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM – 5PM

The Sandbox Children’s Museum
18A Pope Avenue,
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
843.842.7645

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FREE ‘Night at the Museum’ @ SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah

Monday, October 17th, 2016

FREE Night at the Museum SCAD Savannah 2016 SCAD Museum of Art hosts ‘Night at the Museum’

Friday, Nov. 4
5:30PM: Film
7:30PM: Scavenger Hunt

SCAD Museum of Art
Savannah, GA
601 Turner Blvd.

Join the SCAD Museum of Art for an exciting evening of family fun. Watch a screening of “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” (PG), enjoy complimentary snacks, and explore the galleries by flashlight as you take part in a hair-raising scavenger hunt.

Film screening: 5:30PM
Scavenger hunt: 7:30PM

This event is free and open to the public. Seating for the film screening and participation in the scavenger hunt is on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests who wish to reserve their space may RSVP to Alison Tinsdale at atinsdal@scad.edu.
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Old Fort Jackson & other Coastal Heritage Society sites reopen after Hurricane Matthew

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Old Fort Jackson Savannah Old Fort Jackson in Savannah will reopen to the general public Fri. Oct. 14 at 9AM.

Moving forward, Fort Jackson will be open during its regularly scheduled hours 9AM-5PM daily.

Other Coastal Heritage Society sites in Savannah – including Savannah Children’s Museum, Savannah History Museum & Georgia State Railroad Museum – reopened earlier this week.

We’re still awaiting reopening details for Pin Point Heritage Museum & will post that information as it becomes available. .

WHAT: Old Fort Jackson will reopen to the public.
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 14th, 2016
WHERE: 1 Fort Jackson Rd., Savannah, 31404

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FREE Spookalicious @ Sandbox Children’s Museum, Hilton Head

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

Spookalicious Hilton Head Is. Halloween Free events

Visited The Sandbox Children’s Museum on Hilton Head Is. lately?

Here’s a fun chance to do so.

In the spirit of community after Hurricane Matthew, The Sandbox’s Halloween event – Spookalicious – is FREE to the public. Any donations will go to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry Disaster Relief Fund.

Spookalicious Halloween Night
Sat. Oct. 29 | 11AM-4PM at The Sandbox
Bring your ghost and goblins dressed in their costumes and ready to play. The Sandbox will have plenty of Halloween themed crafts and activities, including a special cookie decorating project. We’ll also put a twist on traditional trick-or-treating with our bag-of-treats scavenger hunt.
FREE!
First come, first serve!
(Space and activities are limited in the event of inclement weather)

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More about The Sandbox

HOURS
Sunday – Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM – 5PM

The Sandbox Children’s Museum
18A Pope Avenue,
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
843.842.7645

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Registration now open for Frogwarts Harry-Potter inspired-event, Oct. 16

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Frogwarts Savannah Harry Potter 2016 Tickets are now available for Frogwarts annual Harry-Potter inspired event hosted by Coastal Heritage Society in Savannah.

Frogwarts is Sun. Oct. 16 2016, 11AM-3PM. Georgia State Railroad Museum and Savannah Children’s Museum will transform into a magical fall festival for a Harry Potter-themed day of fun

This year’s studies will incorporate STEAM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics) which helps encourage critical thinking, creative problem solving & experiential learning through each fun and engaging activity.

Guests are invited to arrive at Frogwarts School of Magic in costumes and will be assigned by the Sorting Hat into one of four houses: Croak, Hoppin, Ribbit or Slime.

Classes will include Wand Making, Potions, Symbology with Tails of the Lowcountry, Fortune Telling, Defense Against the Dark Arts: Glow-in-the-Dark Fun!, Care of Magical Creatures with Georgia Reptile Society, Herbology and an adventure through The Forbidden Forest in the Savannah Children’s Museum Maze. Visitors can also take a ride on the Frogwarts Express, our steam locomotive.

Tickets are limited, so pre-register for your chance to join the fun.

For tickets & registration, clink here. 

Some community partners will also be leading workshops, including Oatland Island with a quill writing activity, Oglethorpe Astronomical Association with an Astronomy lesson, Snapology with Harry Potter LEGO building, and Savannah Stage Company with a cast of some of our favorite Harry Potter characters. Leopold’s Ice Cream will be on site with their world famous sweet treats for event attendees.

This event is $12 per participant over 18 months old and pre-registration is required. Coastal Heritage Society members receive access to early registration, an express check-in line and priority boarding for the Frogwarts Express train ride.

A special thank you to Barnes & Noble at Oglethorpe Mall for
their generous donation of the complete Harry Potter book series. Raffle tickets to win this prize will be available for $1 at Frogwarts.

For info on how to become a CHS member, click here.

Fun for all ages
Sunday, Oct. 16 2016 @ Tricentennial Park, Savannah

For tickets & registration, clink here. 

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Free admission Nov. 5 & 6; 1st full wknd of each mth @ SCAD Museum of Art & other nearby museums

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

The first full weekend of each month means free weekend access to some of nearby museums through Bank of America’s Museums on Us program including the SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah.

Free admission is for the adult cardholder only. Regular admission applies to children and additional guests.

Free  Bank of America Museum on Us 2016 dates are Nov. 5 & 6; Dec. 3 & 4.

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Nearby participating museums include:

Savannah

SCAD Museum of Art
Saturday: 10AM-5PM
Sunday: Noon-5PM
601 Turner Blvd.
Savannah 31401

Weekend Getaway to Columbia SCColumbia

EdVenture Childrens Museum
9AM-5PM daily
211 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201
(See our list of Things To Do in Columbia, SC With Kids by clicking here. )

Jacksonville

The Museum of Science and History in Jacksonville (MOSH), Fla.
Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Fla

Atlanta-area

Atlanta History Center
High Museum of Art in Atlanta
Center for Civil and Human Rights
Tellus Science Museum, Cartersville

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Who is eligible?

To qualify for Museums on Us, you must be a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch card customer. Simply present your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card along with a photo ID to gain one free general admission to any participating institution. Cardholders only; guests are not eligible for free admission.

When is it available?

With qualifying identification, customers can enjoy free admission on the first full weekend of every month.

For a full list of participating museums, please visit the Museums on Us site.

Halloween with a dose of history: Yellow Fever reenactment @ Davenport House, Savannah

Thursday, September 8th, 2016

Yellow Fever program @ Davenport House Savannah 2016

The Davenport House in Historic Savannah will host “Yellow Fever in Savannah 1820” on Friday and Saturday nights throughout October 2016.

In 1820, the city of Savannah experienced a widespread outbreak of yellow fever.

The Davenport House will recreate the epidemic and pay special emphasis on Savannah’s first female physician, Mary Lavinder.

Guests will walk through the candlelit house and see the fat and experiences that affected half the city first hand.

Not appropriate for children younger than 8.

These reenactments will take place Oct. 1, 7, 8, 14, 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Admission: $22 in advance and $25 at the door. Reservations are recommended due to limited space. For more information visit, www.DavenportHouseMuseum.org.

Davenport House, 324 E State St, Savannah, 31401, (912) 236-8097, www.DavenportHouseMuseum.org.

FOR MORE SAVANNAH FALL FUN, VISIT OUR FALL FUN GUIDE 2016 HERE. 

 

Fall 2016 Daily Programs @ Savannah Children’s Museum

Monday, September 5th, 2016

Daily programs @ Savannah Children's Museum

Savannah Children’s Museum is ready for fun Fall 2016 with these daily programs

Sept. 7 2016 marks the day the museum will switch to their school year hours (Wed-Sun) and new program schedule listed above.

SCHOOL YEAR HOURS:
Wed-Sat: 10am-4pm
Sun: 11am-4pm
Mon-Tues: Closed

The museum’s new programs include Smart Start, STEAM Studio, Teddy Bear Picnic, and Young Explorers.  Daily programs are included in the purchase of your museum pass and free for members.

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Savannah Children's Museum School Year Hours  

 

Savannah Children’s Museum benefit concert to raise money for new museum programs

Monday, August 29th, 2016

Savannah Children's Museum Benefit Concert 2016 Help Savannah Children’s Museum raise money for the expansion of their new programs that focus on STEAM-based learning, environmental education, health and wellness, and literacy.

Coastal Heritage Society invites the public to attend the 2016 Savannah Children’s Museum Benefit Concert, an evening of fun and musical entertainment featuring The Accomplices and Bottles & Cans.

The event will be Fri. Sept. 30 at 7 pm at Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Rd., Savannah, GA 31401. Doors open at 6pm.

Bottles & Cans, a blues band with musical influences including American folk, country and rock will open the event and The Accomplices, a Savannah based acoustic folk-rock band known for their modern take on folk melodies and genre-blending sound, will headline the show.

The Frankie & Flynn food truck will be on-site with sandwich options and the The Dark Shark-Taco Attack! food truck will bring an assortment of tacos. A cash bar will be available serving refreshments, including beer and wine.

Cost

Tickets to the concert: $15 per person through pre-registration at bit.ly/SCMConcert and $20 at the door. Coastal Heritage Society members will receive express check-in and a special VIP cash bar during the event. Generous support for this event has been provided by Friends of Tania Smith-Jones, Coastal Heritage Society Board of Trustees and our corporate sponsors.

Funds raised will go toward the expansion of Savannah Children’s Museums’ programs that focus on STEAM-based learning, environmental education, health and wellness, and literacy.

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Free family fun day @ SCAD Museum of Art, Oct. 15

Sunday, August 28th, 2016

Free Day SCAD Museum of Art 2016

 

UPDATE: CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE MATTHEW RECOVERY. 

Join SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah in celebration of the museum’s fifth anniversary Sat. Oct. 15, 1–4PM with free admission for a day of drawing demonstrations, workshops & activities for the whole family.

Enjoy music & treats in the Alex Townsend Memorial Courtyard + a special appearance by SCAD mascot Art the Bee.

Sat. Oct. 15 2016
1-4PM
FREE admission
SCAD Museum of Art
601 Turner Blvd., Savannah 31401

This event is free & open to the public
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Tibetan Buddhist monks return to the Jepson Center Sept 13-18 to create sand mandala painting

Sunday, August 21st, 2016

Tibetan Buddhist Monks in Savannah The Tibetan Buddhist monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery return to the Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center in Savannah Sept. 13-18 to create an exquisite sand mandala painting as part of a weeklong residency.

Programs related to the monks’ residency include a variety of free activities for all ages. Their previous visits to Savannah attracted hundreds of interested onlookers & participants.

The monks undertake a spiritual art form which involves painstakingly placing millions of grains of sands on a flat platform over the course of the week. The monks have created mandala sand paintings in hundreds of museums, art centers & colleges, universities in the United States & Europe.

On Tues. Sept. 13, the mandala sand painting begins with an opening ceremony, during which the lamas consecrate the site through chanting, music & mantra recitation & draw the outline of the mandala. On the following days, they will lay down the colored sands, this year creating the Akshobya Mandala, also known as the “Unshakable Victor” for conflict resolution & peace.

Visitors may watch the monks at work during normal museum hours in the Jepson Center Atrium Wednesday through Saturday.

On Sun. Sept. 18, the mandala will be destroyed as a metaphor for the impermanence of life. The sands are placed in an urn, with half distributed to the audience at the closing ceremony. The remainder will be carried to the Savannah River then dispersed to the ocean for planetary healing.

Funding for this program is provided by the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs.

Full Schedule

Tues. Sept. 13, 5-7PM. FREE Opening ceremony: the monks begin with a ceremony and chants, after which they draw the mandala. Admission is free.

Sept. 14-17, 10AM-5PM Mandala sand painting: visitors may watch the monks create the mandala sand painting in the museum atrium during normal daytime museum hours, other than lunchtime (1-2PM). Admission is free.

Thurs. Sept. 15, 6PM FREE Lecture: “Meditation: A Tool for Conscious Living” by the Tibetan Monks of Drepung Loseling

For the first time at the Jepson Center, the monks will present a lecture on meditation as an important technique for quieting the mind and establishing an inner basis of clarity and well-being. Meditation is designed to relax and better understand the processes that make up people’s lives. The monks will discuss meditative techniques aimed at strengthening important inner qualities and eliminating inner negativities and habitual patterns. Admission is free.

Sat. Sept. 17, 1-4PM Free Family Day: Hands on activities include community sand painting sessions @ 2PM & 3PM in which children may participate in the creation of a sand painting using the tools of the monks. Admission is free.

Sun. Sept. 18, 2-3PM Closing ceremony: Chants, destruction of the mandala & procession to the river. In a moving closing event with polyphonic chants and music, the monks ritually destroy the mandala. Afterward, sand is distributed to the audience. At 3PM, the public is invited to join the monks for a procession to the Savannah River to release the mandala to the ocean to spread healing throughout the world. Admission for members is free; non-members pay $5.

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Savannah after-school art classes: Drawing & Videogame Development @ Telfair Museums

Friday, August 19th, 2016

Fall art classes video game development Savannah Telfair MuseumsFALL 2016 YOUTH CLASSES @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center

For more information on Telfair’s education programs, classes, studio workshops, and registration, call 912.790.8823 or visit telfair.org/learn

All events are located in the Jepson Center at 207 West York St. on
Telfair Square, Savannah 31401 unless otherwise noted

Portfolio Builder: Drawing I
Ages: 10–14
Thursdays, Sept. 22–Oct. 20,
4:30–6PM
Members $100 / non-members $125
Instructor: Marisa Lilje
This class is designed to help upper-elementary and middle school students improve their drawing skills. In Drawing I, students will develop a strong grasp and understanding of foundational drawing—a great class for students wishing to expand or refine their art portfolios. New students welcome!

Videogame Development
Ages: 10–16, Thursdays, Sept. 22–Oct. 20, 4:30–6PM
Members $100 / non-members $125
Instructor: Johnathan Bushnell
In this five-week class, students will build their own videogames. Students will explore, play, and develop videogames while learning the basics of computer programming using Game Maker. Suitable for beginners or intermediate-level participants with a fun-loving personality, this workshop requires no previous programming experience. All materials are provided.

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Workshops

Museum Sketch Crawl
Ages: teen to adult
Sat. Oct. 1, 2:30–5PM
Free with registration; email bradleyk@telfair.org or call 912.790.8823.
Tour One Hundred Years of Harmony, and take time to find the harmony in the objects and environments of our three museum sites. We will meet at the Jepson Center at 2:30PM to enjoy a leisurely group tour of the exhibition and sketch inside the galleries. Then, we will travel to the Telfair Academy and Owens Thomas House to explore further ideas of harmony in sketching.

Intro to Woodcarving Carve
Your Own Folk Art Cane
Ages: teen to adult
Saturday, Nov. 5, 1–5PM
Members $125 / non-members $150
Instructor: Matt Toole
In conjunction with Stick Men, this one-day workshop will provide an intro to basic woodcarving techniques. In this class, you will have the opportunity to view traditional folk art canes, learn about the various tools and woods available, and gain hands-on experience carving your own folk art cane. Students will also begin to understand how to visualize the finished work and think in three-dimensions. At the end of the session everyone will go home with their own set of carving tools and a good start on your own
personalized cane.

Learn more about Matt Toole here

Tobia Makover, Featured
Artist: Mixed Media
Photography
Ages: teen to adult
Sat. Nov. 12, 1–5PM
Members $125 / non-members $150
Some materials required
In this workshop, students will learn about the artist’s work and explore Tobia’s techniques from beginning to end while gaining hands-on experience incorporating encaustic in their own photography. Tobia will demonstrate techniques and provide advice as students have a chance to experiment with a variety of prepared surfaces. Each student will create their own personalized 6 xy6 inch photographic work based on Tobia’s process.

Learn more about Tobia Makover here. 

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For more information on Telfair’s education programs, classes, studio workshops, and registration, call 912.790.8823 or visit telfair.org/learn

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