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The Lowcountry Rice Culture Project is proposing to use the visual fine arts created by contemporary African-American and Euro-American artists to assemble expressions of the life of Gullah/Geechee people of the Lowcountry historically during the rice period of the Southeastern United States, to enhance the awareness of contributions of Gullah/Geechee individuals, families, and communities to the richness of American culture today. Ultimately exhibitions of the visual arts to be held initially in cultural centers and museums in Charleston, South Carolina will serve as a forum for other art expressions of music, dance, theater, and cross-cultural educational presentations to educate others about essential aspects of Southeastern American heritage. More...
Foodways
History/Politics
An understanding of the Gullah Geechee contributions to American Food ways can best grasped by studying about the foods and methods of cooking that are part of the fabric of Southern culture.
     Labor & Land Use
Project Organization and Structure

The Lowcountry Rice Culture Project is overseen by the Board of Directors and the Executive Director who oversee all activities of the Corporation to assure that its mission, goals, and objectives are achieved in a cost-effective manner. Culture Project sections consist of Art, Foodways, History/Politics, Healthcare, and Labor and  Land Use. Specific Project Sections use senior advisors and strategic partners to achieve the goals and objects of a project section.​
           Healthcare
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