Doctuh' BUZZard's Hoodoo Awakening
This exhibition invites visitors to explore Doctuh Buzzard's ROOTWORKS, a re-‐imagined Hoodoo style apothecary of charm-‐objects, related graphics and sculpture. Hoodoo images of spiritual and supernatural representation convey iconic metaphor associated with regional history and the legendary 'Dr. Buzzard' (1885 -1947), also known as Stephney Robinson of St. Helena Island, South Carolina, arguably the greatest conjurer root worker and healer of all time.
What they Wore: Fashion & Finery of the Victorian and Edwardian Eras
A Victorian gentleman’s frock coat, a collapsible top hat and an elegant Edwardian tennis outfit. An opulent jet-beaded mantel and fine bespoke jewelry. An exquisite lace wedding gown and veil, a sumptuous multicolored silk dress and a romantic handkerchief linen nightgown. These are just a few of the fascinating items of Victorian and Edwardian era clothing, jewelry and accessories that comprise the interesting finery on display.