Artist: Jonathan Green
Spirituals Project founder Dr. Arthur C. Jones, along with members of Sankofa: An Ensemble of The Spirituals Project will present “Gullah Sensibilities & African American Spirituals” on Friday, September 21, 2012 as part of Johnson Legacy, Inc. and RedLine’s Gullah/Geechee Cultural Celebration & Exhibition,The Water Brought Us: Passport to Africa in America.
This series of events runs from September 7 – 22, and celebrates the unique culture of the Gullah/Geechee people with art, music and workshops. Click here for a full list of programs and events in the series.
Included in the series is an exhibition of the work of Jonathan Green, considered one of the most important painters of the southern experience and Gullah culture.
Join us for this one-of-a kind celebration of Gullah/Geechee Culture. Full Passports for all events in the series are available at Early Bird pricing.
Johnson Legacy, Inc. 720.301.1883 | RedLine 303.296.4448
The RedLine Gallery is at the top of Denver gallery stops. By hosting The Jonathan Green exhibit in Denver they bring a rare glimpse into an obscure southern history far removed from say, Atlanta, Chicago or New York City. The language, the traditions, the food of the Gullah culture represent an important segment of American history, not just for Southerners.