Gullah Voices: Traditions and Transformations

Division of Education Programs

Photograph of the Magnolia Singers, a Gullah musical group
Photo caption
Carlin Timmons

The sessions will examine the artistic expressions of the Gullah, direct descendants of slaves who worked the rice plantations on the coastal islands off the shores of South Carolina and Georgia. Their history, stories, beliefs, and creative expressions are critical antecedents to African-American culture and the broader American mosaic, as we know it today.