Fabulon, a Center for Art and Education in Charleston, SC, Offers Works Focused Against Racism

Fabulon, a Center for Art and Education, located at 1017 Wappoo Road, in the West Ashley area of Charleston, SC, is presenting “We The People”, an exhibit promoting messages of peace and harmony, speaking out against racism, from Mar, 4 – 30, 2017. A reception will be held on Mar. 10, from 5-8pm.

Artist from across the nation have illustrated feelings, concerns, and some hope. There will be live drumming, refreshments, and information. Please join us. All are welcome and the event is free. Your presence alone can send a message that Charleston isn’t a place for hate.

Guest artists include: Robin Apple, Liz Aitken, Janet Braun-Reinitz, Kelly Burke, Micheline Callicott, Owens Daniels, Michel Demanche, Andrew Feiler, Dorian Hamilton, Julia Maudlin, Michael O’Donnell & Wendy Hacker, Megan Potoma, Lynne Riding, Caroline Self, Sally Ann Sisk, Michael Spillers, Pat Van de Graaf, Henry Wolfe,
and Andrea Zinn.

Fabulon resident artists include: Bly Triplett, Hampton R. Olfus, Jr. , Louise Aug, Meyriel Edge, and Susan Irish.

Janet Braun-Reinitz was a freedom rider, Andrew Feiler wrote a book, and Micheline Callicott is a teacher. Each artist has a story. Look for profiles of each one to be posted on social media.

For further information call the gallery at 843/566-3383 or visit (www.fabulonart.com).

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