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The Resilience of Coastal Communities: Preserving Culture, Environment, and Craft

Mary Jackson Gallery, Brennan Wesley, WSJ

Mary Jackson Gallery, Brennan Wesley, WSJ

Changing climate, populations, and lifestyles have impacted longstanding traditions of coastal communities. Join us for an interactive evening merging art, culture, and science with Cultivate SciArt and Albert George, director of conservation at the SC Aquarium. Participants will create a woven work of art using natural fibers, and enjoy complimentary food and beverages from Destiny Community Cafe.

This event is CANCELED until further notice in accordance with current public health precautions.





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