Held during the month-long Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration, February 10 is the annual Taste of Gullah festival, taking place on the grounds of the Arts Center.
From storytelling to gospel music, dance and more, an afternoon of performances shines the spotlight on Gullah heritage.
The Art League of Hilton Head will again host the exhibition “De Aarts Ob We People” in the Walter Greer Gallery.
At the Gullah arts and craft stations, children can make their own keepsake while learning about the Gullah culture in a fun, hands-on way.
This festival gets its name from the incredible food prepared by local Gullah cooks, and is truly the highlight of the day! Indulge in Lowcountry specialties including original island gumbo, barbecue ribs, fried fish, shrimp and grits, and shrimp and okra gumbo. Don’t miss this quintessential lowcountry festival!
All ages are welcome to enjoy this free festival!
In partnership with NIBCAA & the Gullah Celebration.
This project is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.