When: March 30-June 15 2013
Photographer David Herman Jr. uses his lens to document his roots. A South Carolina native, his subjects are the Gullah people, a small and fascinating African-American ethnic group from the low country and sea islands along the eastern coastline of South Carolina and Georgia. Herman's upcoming exhibit at the Gantt Center will reveal aspects of that culture through photography, video and writing, while examining younger and older generations. Other newly opening exhibits: Jonathan Green: A Spiritual Journey of Life and I Got Freedom Up Over My Head: Portraits by Julie Moos.
Price: $5-$8; Free for members and children 2 years old and under