5 Reasons You Need a PULSE Pass

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    Experience everything PULSE has to offer at the Jepson Center for the Arts in Savannah.

From January 27-31, 2016, the PULSE Art + Technology Festival will take over Savannah, offering locals and visitors the opportunity to experience the intersection of art and technology at the Jepson Center for the Arts. Here are five reasons why you need to explore the festival.

Video: PomPom Mirror by artist Daniel Rozin will be on display at the PULSE Art + Technology Festival in Savannah.

It’s completely interactive. PULSE invites guests to be a part of the art with interactive exhibitions, artist talks, performances and more.

If you’re GIF-happy there’s no other place you should be. The second annual Savannah International GIF Festival, happening during PULSE, will showcase “the best digital animations set to live music by local performers.”

Video: Recap of the 2015 Savannah International GIF Festival.

You can’t get into the evening festivities without a PULSE Pass, including the GIF Festival. Other evening lecture experiences include a lecture by Featured Artist Daniel Rozin. Medeology Collective, a performance by SCAD alumnus Helado Negro and the opening night festivities.

It’s free! If you’re a member of Telfair Museums, your PULSE Pass is free, getting you admission to the evening sessions. Non-members may purchase passes for $15. Buy your pass online via or at the Jepson Center front desk starting January 20.

Everyone gets free admission during the day. Thanks to several sponsors, admission to PULSE during the day is free and open to the public.

Want to experience more arts in Savannah? Check out this guide featuring art-centric destinations and accommodations within the city.



Eileen Falkenberg-Hull

Eileen is Georgia’s official Festival Explorer and the editor of Occupy My Family, the Atlanta area’s most comprehensive resource for family fun. Click here for more Festival content from Eileen.

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