On the 100th anniversary of the creation of Girl Scouts, Telfair Museums takes a look at Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low’s interest in art, both as an artist and as an art organizer.
In addition to creating her own art, Low took a leading role in the Savannah art scene in the early 20th century as a founding member of the Savannah Art Club, which was established in 1920. Through this new organization, Low and other Savannah artists sought to promote and improve the quality of fine arts created, offered, and displayed in the city.
Juliette Gordon Low and her Contemporaries in Savannah’s Art Scene will expand the scope of knowledge about of one of America’s most influential women by bringing together a variety of works created by her and other Savannah artists working in the first half of the last century.
For information on Group Tours and Girl Scout activities, please contact Caryn Turgeon at 912.790.8827 or email@example.com.
Joint Members’ Reception with lecture by West Fraser regarding his exhibition
April 26 / 6 pm / Telfair Academy
Free to members or with museum admission
Gallery Talk with exhibition curator Tania Sammons
May 14 / 1 pm / TA
Top Banner: Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927); Plate with Quail, c. 1880s; Painted china; Collection of Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Savannah, Georgia.
Inset: Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927) and Caroline Lovell Stiles (1862-1947); Rose, Steve, Mac, Archie, Charlie, Aunt Plenty and Aunt Myra from Eight Cousins by Louisa May Alcott, c. 1880s; Pencil, ink and colored pencil on paper; Collection of Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Savannah, Georgia.