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North Charleston City Hall Exhibit – Slave Dwelling Project

The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department presents a special exhibition organized in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Slave Dwelling Project Conference, on view September 1-October 12 at North Charleston City Hall. The mission of the Slave Dwelling Project Conference is to convene attendees from around the United States and abroad to exchange ideas, resources, and share perspectives and solutions for preserving extant African American slave dwellings for future generations. Artists featured in the exhibition include Ife Franklin, Addelle Sanders, Colin Quashie, Andrea Hagel, Amiri Farris, Hank Herring, Hampton Olfus, Alvin Glenn, KTC, Arianne King Comer, Diane Dunham, Natalie Daise, Lenora Brown, Torreah “Cookie” Washington, and Catherine Lamkin. Free Admission/Free Parking. Viewing hours: 8:00am-8:00pm, daily.