Women Artists in Savannah 

When: Ongoing
This exhibition includes work by artists who con­sidered themselves to be primarily self-taught, such as Anna Hunter and Myrtle Jones, as well as work by artists from other cities who were influenced by time spent in Savannah, such as Andrée Ruellan and Mary Hoover Aiken. One of the most contemporary artists in the exhibition is Virginia Jackson Kiah, who moved to Savannah in 1950 and was widely known for her work as both a civil rights activist and a portrait painter. General museum admission.


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