The Charleston Gaillard Center is proud to present Prints in Clay: A Photography Exhibit. The exhibit is a collection of photography highlighting and supporting the mission of the Slave Dwelling Project, a 501c3 organization whose mission is to identify and assist property owners, government agencies and organizations to preserve extant slave dwellings.
The photography exhibit is free of charge, and will be in residence at the Charleston Gaillard Center for two weeks.
The photography exhibit is part of Prints in Clay, a four-part program consisting of a historical tour, a visual exhibit, a curated dinner, and an evening concert. This program was developed in partnership with the Slave Dwelling Project and Historic Charleston Foundation.