There’s a new art exhibit on Gullah Geechee culture

Visit Brookgreen Gardens to explore these works.

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Check out “Collectively Disconnected” by local Arun Drummond.

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A new art exhibit celebrating Gullah Geechee culture is on display in the Lowcountry. “Collectively Disconnected,” created by local artist Arun Drummond, is on view at Brookgreen Gardens until Friday, March 31.

This multimedia work features Gullah Geechee people and 3-D sweetgrass baskets. Arun is giving an artist talk on Saturday, Jan. 14 from 1-2 p.m. in the Wall Lowcountry Center Auditorium for an inside look at his work and artistic process.

Check out more of Aruns art in the outdoor section of the historic Charleston City Market.

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