A very special gallery exhibit has been created by Diane Britton Dunham and Natalie Daise to celebrate What it Means to Be Free: Art of Women of Color. The art exhibit is inspired by The Room: Stories and Songs for Free Women, by Sara and Natalie Daise. It features the work of women of color, exploring the meaning of “freedom” in different mediums.
Artist work on display includes: Natalie Daise, Diane Britton Durham, Kayla Grayson, Marie Lewis, Lisa Gilyard – Rivers, Brenda Singleton, Saundra Renee Smith, Bernice Mitchell Tate, Marquita Willis, Margaret Warfield. The exhibit is free and open to the pubic through April 6, 10 am until 6 pm and during performances. The public is invited to a reception with the artists on Thursday, March 19 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.
What It Means to be Free: Art by Women of Color is part of the Center for the Arts Women’s Wellness Weekend, March 19 – 21. USCB Center for the Arts Gallery is located at 805 Carteret Street, Beaufort SC 29902. For more information call 843-521-3145 or www.uscbcenterforthearts.com
Above: She Rises I & II, by Natalie Daise