Prints In Clay Staff Pick

When: Ongoing
Price: Free
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The Gaillard Center has released two parts of their 2018 program, Prints in Clay, a multifaceted project that featured collabs with several community groups, exploring the contributions of African Americans to Charleston’s history and culture. Prints in Clay: A Visual Exhibit features a collection of South Carolina photographers telling the story of the Slave Dwelling Project, a nonprofit led by Joe McGill that works to identify and assist in preserving extant slave dwellings. The Gaillard now also offers access to the Prints in Clay concert, Still, We Rise! A Spirituals Celebration. Spirituals are the primary musical focus of the concert, including several compositions by Wycliffe Gordon, “Still, We Rise!” and “He Heard My Cry.”

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