William O. Golding Opening Lecture

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Thursday March 31

6:00 PM  –  8:00 PM

Telfair opens the largest exhibition to date devoted to William O. Golding, an African American seaman who made memory drawings of ships and ports while in Savannah’s Marine Hospital during the 1930s. Learn more about the artist with Harry DeLorme, curator of the exhibition, Ahmauri Williams-Alford, assistant curator of historical interpretation and programs, and Jacquelyn Cox-Crite, great-grand niece of the artist. The exhibition will be accompanied by a richly illustrated catalog, the first devoted to this significant American artist.

6pm Reception Begins
7pm Lecture in Neises Auditorium

Members free / not-yet members $8

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