As artists, we have the power to change the world and promote messages of peace and harmony. Now, more than ever it is time to lift our voices. We have a responsibility to speak out against racism.
Come see works of art that offer a solution, illicit some empathy, or discuss an issue along with thought provoking written statements. There will be paintings, sculpture, video and drawings. Among other renowned artists, the photography of Andrew Feiler will be featured. Andrew is the author of Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color The Past, Present, and Future of One Historically Black College. The college in the book is Morris Brown College who was a founder of Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church.
The exhibition is March 1-March 30. There will be a drum circle for all to join at the reception March 10th 5-8pm.
The event is free. All are welcome!