SINHG Virtual Evening Program: The Charleston Renaissance November 12


SINHG will offer a virtual Evening Program on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 7:30 pm. This program will explore the remarkable cultural flowering of the early 20th century known as “The Charleston Renaissance”, presented by Harlan Greene, The College of Charleston’s Scholar In Residence at its Special Collections division.

All Seabrook Island residents and guests can register for this fascinating look at the culture and personalities that made Charleston a hub of the arts during the early decades of the last century by visiting sinhg.org/events. Once registered, logon credentials to virtually attend the webinar will be sent.

A Charleston native and nationally-recognized historian, Mr. Greene is the author of Mr. Skylark: John Bennett and The Charleston Renaissance and Charleston: City Of Memory, among many other books and articles on the city’s history. He has also written two novels drawn from Charleston’s cultural and social past.

Submitted by Norm Powers, for SINHG

(Image credit: “April: The Green Gown” detail, Frederic Childe Hassan. Courtesy The Gibbes Museum of Art)

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