Discover the rich and diverse history of African American tea culture through our art exhibit, showcasing the works of talented artists who have been inspired by this important cultural tradition.
Tea has been an integral part of African American culture for centuries, with roots in both African and American history. From the Gullah Geechee people of the South Carolina coast to the Harlem Renaissance, tea has played a vital role in social gatherings, family traditions, and spiritual practices.
Through stunning paintings, sculptures, and mixed media works, our exhibit explores the beauty and complexity of African American tea culture. Experience the vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and powerful imagery that capture the essence of this time-honored tradition.
Join us for a journey through the history and culture of African American tea, and discover the many ways that tea has shaped our lives and communities. Whether you're a tea lover or simply interested in learning more about this fascinating cultural practice, our exhibit offers something for everyone.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to explore the beauty and complexity of African American tea culture through the eyes of some of today's most talented artists. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibit!