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Wednesday, May 15 | 6:00 p.m. | Gibbes Museum of Art In 2009, the Gibbes collaborated with artists Juan Logan and Susan Harbage Page to examine the Gibbes collection and … Read More

New Digital Exhibit | Revisiting Prop Master

Posted on 26 February 2019 | 3:55 pm

The College Libraries’ are pleased to announce the release of Revisiting Prop Master, an interdisciplinary exhibit that expands upon the work of two artists and a museum as they explored Charleston’s … Read More

The oft-overlooked experiences of the Lowcountry’s African Muslims are the subject of a new digital exhibit now freely available online. The exhibit—formally styled Enslaved and Freed African Muslims: Spiritual Wayfarers … Read More

Bilingual Digital Exhibit Highlights Lowcountry Latinos

Posted on 15 December 2017 | 6:07 am

The oft-overlooked experiences of Lowcountry Latino communities are the subject of a new digital exhibit now freely available online. The exhibit—formally styled Las Voces del Lowcountry—spotlights Charleston’s Latino communities and … Read More

The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative is excited to announce the online exhibition, “Remembering Individuals, Remembering Communities: Septima P. Clark and Public History in Charleston,” written by Katherine Mellen Charron, North … Read More

Avery Hosts Exhibition Opening June 25

Posted on 23 June 2016 | 10:39 am

Saturday, June 25, 4-6PM, Avery Research Center (125 Bull Street) The Avery Research Center is pleased to announce the opening of the updated permanent exhibition Avery: The Spirit That Would Not … Read More

The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative, Lowcountry Africana, and the College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture are pleased to present a new online exhibition, “A … Read More

Kudos to the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative team for a great story in The Post and Courier about the Nat Fuller exhibit. Nat Fuller Exhibit Description In April 1865, Nat … Read More