Art & Literature

Dr. Ade Ofunniyin curates new City Gallery exhibit “WOKE: Rattling Bones, Conversations, Holy Rites and Sacred Places”

The “WOKE: Rattling Bones, Conversations, Holy Rites and Sacred Places” exhibition at the City Gallery is open from April 4 – May 6. A free community event will be held April 16 with a talk by the archaeologists that uncovered the African remains during the Gaillard construction in 2013, Nic Bulter, historian with the Public Library, and…

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Afrofuturism panel and Artist Salon go beyond featured exhibitions at CMA

The Columbia Museum of Art offers two exciting programs that delve deeper into the work of two pioneering female photographers as their exhibitions draw to a close. Renée Cox: Soul Culture closes Sunday, April 22. Seen & Unseen: Photographs by Imogen Cunningham closes Sunday, April 29. Afrofuturism & Beyond Thursday, April 12 | Galleries and cash bar open at…

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Mathew Knowles Sparks an International Conversation With His Latest Book “Racism From The Eyes of a Child”

With uncanny timing for socially charged topics, music mogul Mathew Knowles hits hard right out of the gate with his latest book Racism from the Eyes of a Child (Amazon/Ingram), released just in time for Black History Month. RFEC is a deeply personal reflection on racism in the south, where the Gadsden, AL native was raised, and…

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Charleston Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale Announced

Love a bargain?  Come to the Charleston Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale on Friday, March 2nd and Saturday, March 3rd at the Otranto Regional Library, 2261 Otranto Road, Charleston, SC 29406.  Browse through more than 10,000 gently used books, CDs, DVDs, and audio books at prices that can’t be beat. Books, DVDs, and CDs, will be available…

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