Open your eyes to new ideas with complimentary access to SCAD MOA on Super Museum Sunday, presented by the Georgia History Festival. Super Museum Sunday highlights the best of Savannah’s cultural offerings — all free of charge.
Museum visitors and the public can travel across time on a bus tour of Savannah that illuminates SCAD’s commitment to preserving local Black history and the university’s enduring fellowship with Black community leaders. From significant civil rights sites to major contemporary restoration initiatives, the tour centers visionary voices from Savannah’s African American past, present, and future, and features performances by performing arts students and American Idol winner Candice Glover (B.F.A. dramatic writing).
Tours begin at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Each tour will last approximately two hours. For accommodations, email firstname.lastname@example.org 48 hours in advance of the event.
A premier contemporary art museum, SCAD MOA shows and commissions work by emerging and established artists at the leading edge of visual and material culture. Imaginative exhibitions across more than 10 galleries offer spectacular views at every turn. SCAD MOA enlightens minds and elevates dialogues with year-round programming, including talks, tours, workshops, and film screenings, as well as inventive virtual events. SCAD MOA celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2022. Learn more about the museum’s anniversary festivities and get exclusive behind-the-scenes content and cultural context for the work on view by following @scadmoa on Instagram.