Hank D. Herring will present highlights from the life and the famed July 4 speech of Frederick Douglass in a one-man stage show at ARTworks in Beaufort, SC February 14 and 15.
Doors for “Making of a Man” open at 6 pm, and the show opens at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available online or at the door: $17 per person; students $12 and children ages 12 and younger $7. Call ARTworks for more information: 843-379-2787.
After escaping from slavery, Frederick Douglass became a leader of the abolitionist movement. A self-educated man, Douglass became known as a great orator and author. Campaigning tirelessly for emancipation throughout his lifetime, he made a firm case for the equal rights of all people. Douglass was quoted as saying, “I would unite with anybody to do right and with nobody to do wrong.”
Herring is also the featured artist of the month exhibiting in the gallery at ARTworks. A specialist in framing, an educator and craftsman, he frequently exhibits and speaks at festivals and cultural events. His work also includes wood carving, collectible and functional ceramic and wooden boxes, and a wide variety of mixed media creations which often use found materials such as driftwood, leather, glass or fabric. He is noted for his use of Adinkra symbols and customized designs.
The 60-minute show explores the life of Tubman as she transformed from a seemingly insignificant little girl, former slave-turned abolitionist, Union spy and conductor of the Underground Railroad.
The program in the LANCE HALL, 150 MEETING ST., THE CIRCULAR CHURCH is scheduled for May 24 and June 7 at 8 pm and May 31 at 6 pm.
Tickets are online. $18 adult/$16 student or senior.
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Natalie Daise exhibits her creativity through storytelling, writing, speaking and through mixed media. Her visual art might be seen on a wood panel, on a wall cabinet, a piece of furniture or almost anything imaginable. She is featured in an exhibit at Green Herring Art & Framing in Beaufort, SC March 15 – April 4. Contact Hank Herring for exhibit details: 843.812-6496.
Her newest paintings include the following series:
“March on Washington ’63” by Natalie Daise
“Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Roun” by Natalie Daise
“Hand Over Hand” by Natalie Daise
Learn more about her dramatic performances, storytelling programs, workshops and speaking. Scan for her complete profile page.
Meet Natalie Daise in her original one-woman dramatic performance “Becoming Harriet Tubman.” This is especially relevant on this 100th anniversary of Tubman’s death.
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