February 2019 - January 2021

With the beat of a drum, the pluck of a harp string, or the melodic tune of a balafon, African musical instruments have played and important role throughout history as a way to connect with ancestral spirits.


Village gatherings provoke celebrations as a call to action and ritual. As chosen storytellers lead their eager audiences on a journey through time with song and dance.


The oral traditions pass down wisdom to their communities, helping to develop the imagination, teach important lessons, find purpose, and keep generations linked through sound and spirit.

Curated by Billie Stultz and Aiysha Sinclair


Contact Us


201 E 37th Street

Savannah, Georgia, 31401

Visiting Hours

**COVID 19 Hours below

Wednesday - Saturday | 1 pm - 5 pm

The last tour begins daily at 4 pm

Groups will be limited to 5 per group per tour to maintain social distancing guidelines. 


*Masks are REQUIRED

Reservations are available 

The Savannah African Art Museum is closed on the following major holidays:

New Years Eve | New Years Day | St. Patrick's Day
 Fourth of July |Thanksgiving Day | Black Friday 

 Christmas Eve | Christmas Day

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