Immersive Art Experience to Highlight Work of Artist-In-Residence

Gathering: Stones, Tapestry, and Voice - A Reflection

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Visual and performing arts can give a new perspective and appreciation of the world around us in all of its cultural diversity. Join Richland Library’s Artist-in-Residence Terrance Henderson for AiR Presents: Gathering – A Performance Museum from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., Saturday, December 10 at our Main location. Henderson’s final presentation is free and open to the public.

Enjoy a curated anthology of words, images, stories, songs, and dance during this after-hours art experience.

During the engaging experience, artists will perform in “pop-up” form in strategic areas between the first and second levels of Richland Library Main.

The evening will culminate in one final act starring Henderson and guest artists in the auditorium.

Guest artists include Katrina Garvin, Jocelyn Brannon, Trinessa Dubas, Kayla Joy, Tammaka Staley, Tab Thiele, Kaitlin Culler, Nathaniel Riley, Daryl Byrd, Sha’Kel Youmans, Rayana Briggs, Briana Livingston, Veneshia Stribling, Nekya Perry, Zachary Woods, Zoe Hughes, Southeastern School of Ballet, and Miss Jenkins Dance Academy.

For questions, please contact Kimberlei Davis at 803-351-5616 or

Michael Bailey is the founder of The MinorityEye and serves as the Chief-Curator of Information. He leads the editorial staff and works as a multimedia journalist who specializes in producing news stories and personal profiles that highlight the cultural, social, economic, and political experiences of minorities living in South Carolina and beyond. His extensive media, business, and political background has made him a well-respected voice and an often sought-after commentator on issues impacting people of color.

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