Starz, along with The Savannah College of Art and Design, announced that “Outlander” Season Four will premiere at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival on Sunday, October 28th. Along with a panel discussion by the main actors in this TV series, SCAD is also exhibiting nearly 20 “Outlander” costumes from Season Four at the SCAD Museum of Art, which is the first costume exhibit that SCAD has done at the Museum and Film Festival.
Award-winning costume designer Terry Dresbach received Emmy® Award nominations in 2017 and 2018 for Outstanding Period Costumes, and a Costume Designers Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Period Television Series for her work on the show.
When first entering the exhibit, there is elevated mannequins with costumes from season four of Outlander. Projections of parts of the show fill both sides of the rooms, and a large tree over powers the ceiling.
Synopsis of “Outlander” season four:
“Season Four of “Outlander” continues the story of time-traveling 20th century doctor Claire Fraser and her 18th century Highlander husband Jamie Fraser, as they try to make a home for themselves in colonial America. As Claire and Jamie build their lives together in the rough and dangerous back country of North Carolina, they must negotiate a tenuous loyalty to the current British ruling class, despite Claire’s knowledge of the American Revolution to come. Along the way, the Frasers cross paths with notorious pirate and smuggler Stephen Bonnet in a fateful meeting that will come back to haunt the Fraser family. Meanwhile in the 20th century, things are complicated between Brianna Randall, Claire and Jamie’s daughter, and Roger Wakefield, the historian who helped Claire search for Jamie in the past. But when Roger and Brianna search for proof that Brianna’s parents reunited in the 18th century, a shocking discovery makes both of them consider following in Claire’s footsteps.”