June Program: A People of the Land, Lowcountry Portraits

Photo-documentarian Vennie Deas Moore will be joining us at the Main Library on Sunday, June 28th from 2:30-3:30 p.m. to discuss her travelling photo exhibition, “A People of the Land: Lowcountry Portraits.”  In addition to sharing her images of  individuals and families within the changing Lowcountry culture and landscape  that she has captured over the past two decades, Moore will also discuss her newest book, Home Portraits from the Carolina Coast.  The exhibit is on loan from the McKissick Musuem at the University of South Carolina and will be on display at the Main Library, 68 Calhoun St., from June 1st to July 15th.

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  1. I couldn’t find a listing for where her exhibit is appearing in Georgetown, but Moore has published several books on South Carolina that are for sale: Columbia, South Carolina; Scenes from Columbia’s Riverbanks; Fishermen of the Low Country; and Home: Portraits from the Carolina Coast. She also affiliated with the Medical University of South Carolina if you wish to contact her about her work and research.

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