“Art With Gullah Geechee Influence” Opening Exhibition, Reception and Celebration

Posted on January 21, 2016 by

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A part of Savannah’s Black Heritage Festival, the Beach Institute African American Cultural Center, 502 East Harris St., presents the opening exhibition, reception and celebration of “Art With Gullah Geechee Influence” by Sonja Griffin Evans, Jery Bennett-Taylor, Muneer McAdams-Mahmoud, Natalie Daise, Amiri Farris, & “Sabree,” Celebration: 20-year Ownership of the “Ulysses Davis Collection” on February 7 from 3-5 p.m.