“American Qur’an” Art Exhibition and public lectures

The University of South Carolina Upstate will highlight artwork by the American illustrator Sandow Birk in November as part of a program exploring art and religion in the United States today. The exhibit, An American Qur’an: Exploring Religion in Contemporary American Art, runs from November 1 to December 6 at the Curtis R. Harley Gallery … Read more “American Qur’an” Art Exhibition and public lectures

Who Will Write Our History

The Greenville Jewish Federation will present a screening of the film Who Will Write Our History (2018) at Furman University on November 17, 2019. Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emmanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, a secret archive of writing, photographs, and posters preserved in the Warsaw Ghetto so that Jewish people could tell … Read more Who Will Write Our History

Art+Social Justice: The Legacy of the Freedom Riders

The Gibbes Museum of Art will present “Art+Social Justice: The Legacy of the Freedom Riders,” a two-part program designed to engage members of the Charleston community in the socially-conscious work of South Carolina-born artist Charles Williams, and to spark dialogue across generations about the Freedom Rides of the Civil Rights movement. On Wednesday, November 20, … Read more Art+Social Justice: The Legacy of the Freedom Riders