Telfair Museum’s PULSE Festival features work from David Gumbs, SCAD artists

One of Savannah’s favorite yearly cultural events is returning to Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center from January 27 through the 31: The PULSE Art + Technology Festival.

This year, the event coincides with one of their popular Free Family Weekends, ensuring that both locals and visitors alike will all be able to enjoy the full slate of programming. “Although the exhibitions will be up for a good while, we are offering three days of free admission to the Jepson Center for anyone from Friday to Sunday, from 10am-5pm,” said Telfair’s senior curator of education Harry DeLorme.

The goal, DeLorme explained, is “to provide access to the museum without financial barriers,” while also expanding the well-liked initiative’s hours, allowing museum-goers to spread out visitations and safely view the artwork.

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