Now through June 19, 2021
Soul of the South takes visitors on a musical journey highlighting the influences that Native Americans, enslaved Africans, and the European colonizers in the Lowcountry had on various genres of music: gospel, jazz, blues, musical theater and rock and roll. The exhibit also showcases local musicians and groups whose notoriety reached beyond the Lowcountry.
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3-D Honey Hill Battlefield Display
Get a feel for how this significant battle of the Civil War played out. This display features a three-dimensional diorama of the Honey Hill Battlefield that took place in Ridgeland, South Carolina on November 30, 1864.
Ecos: Resonances of South Carolina Latino Stories
September 5, 2020 - January 2, 2021
Ecos (Echoes) is a collaborative multimedia art exhibition featuring the stories of Latino immigrants in the Lowcountry interpreted by 19 select Latino South Carolina visual artists. The exhibit combines the power of art and storytelling to assert a more accurate and humane understanding of immigration. Visitors to the exhibition have the opportunity to listen to each audio story and read its transcription as they view the artwork they inspired.
Curated by The Citadel Oral History Program in partnership with Palmetto Luna Arts, this exhibit was made possible through the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation.
This initiative has been made possible through the support of