17 JULY 2023
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Aiken Resident George Edward Buggs to Unveil Photographic Exhibit at Center for African American History, Art & Culture
AIKEN, SC – Aiken resident George Edward Buggs will showcase his latest exhibit Anima: Now Sleep, at the Center for African American History, Art & Culture on Wednesday, July 19 at 5:30 p.m. The exhibition will be held in the Main Gallery of the Center, located at 120 York Street NE, Aiken, SC.
George Buggs, a talented photographer and poet, has previously exhibited his remarkable artwork at various local venues, including The Aiken Center for the Arts, The McCormick Arts Center at the Keturah (McCormick, S.C.), Equine Divine Art Gallery (Aiken), the South Side Gallery (Aiken), and many others.
Buggs obtained a B.S. degree in History from Hampton Institute (Virginia) and an M.A. in English (Creative Writing) from Brown University. During his time at Brown University, he taught creative writing to undergraduates and actively participated in the Rhode Island Council on the Arts’ “Art’s in the Libraries” program as a Creative Writing Specialist for the Roger Williams College’s University Without Walls program at the Rhode Island Correctional Facility.
Buggs’ work will be on display at the Center from July through September.
For more information about the Center please visit www.caahac.org.
For more information, please contact Juanita Campbell, CAAHAC Museum Coordinator