Interaction10 will be hosted in a series of venues at the Savannah College of Art and Design. The conference hub will be the Trustees Theater with other conference activities happening in other venues located within a two-block radius, including a library, a restaurant, and a public square. We will experience Savannah.

  • Trustees Theater

    Trustees Theater

    216 E. Broughton St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    Trustees Theater opened in 1946 as a part of Savannah’s grand theater district. After purchase and restoration by SCAD some 50 years later, the 1,100-seat Trustees Theater continues to dazzle patrons with its blend of materials, textures and geometric angles. The theater operates year-round as a large venue for the performing arts department, in addition to hosting lectures, live performances, concerts and films.

  • Kennedy Pharmacy Building

    Kennedy Pharmacy Building

    323 E. Broughton St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    Built in 1890 as a commercial-residential building, the Kennedy Pharmacy is one of the last wood storefronts in downtown Savannah. Since early 2008, SCAD historic preservation professor Jim Abraham has led more than 100 students in the rehabilitation of the former pharmacy, at one time called the Anti-migraine Company. The building, owned by the Isaiah Davenport House Museum, is open for lectures, classes, exhibitions, weddings and other Davenport House events.

  • Charles H. Morris Center at Trustees Garden

    Charles H. Morris Center at Trustees Garden

    10 E. Broad St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    The Charles H. Morris Center is the first phase of the entire Trustees’ Garden nine-acre project, which involved the restoration and renovation of a historic 1881 building made of Savannah grey brick. The center is a multifunctional venue, with more than 7,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space.