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February 12, 2014 12:01 AM

Celebrate Gullah heritage, Lowcountry arts community in February

My daughter-in-law

Dorothy

and I set out on an adventure last week. We hopped in the car and headed for a reception for an exhibit of original Gullah art. "Arts Of We People" is an exhibit showcasing art in many different forms at the Walter Greer Gallery at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The works are a part of the monthlong Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration that will be available for purchase through February.

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