Jamestown Foundation Presents: No Place Like Home!
July 6 - August 13 at FMU University Place Gallery (Tuesday - Friday from noon-5:00 p.m.)
The Jamestown Foundation was created to honor the history of the former slaves of the Pee Dee Region and their descendants. It recognizes the family land and legacy of Ervin James, the first freed African American slave to own property in Florence, SC. This exhibit includes the artwork of master artists and craftspeople who are currently living and working in the southeast, many of whom continue to use traditional and historic art making processes.
Photo credit @pjguyton
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