The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends kick off new season
Lowcountry's Renaissance artists kick off the
2002-2003 Daniel Library Friends' ongoing celebration of
Rob Hicklin, owner of the Charleston Renaissance Gallery, will show slides and discuss his outstanding collection of paintings by noted local artists. Among them are Alice R. Huger Smith, Elizabeth ONeill Verner, Anna Heyward Taylor and Alfred Hutty.
"You will experience the Lowcountry landscape through the eyes of its greatest interpreters," said Angie LeClercq, director of The Citadel's Daniel Library.
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events this year will explore the cultural wonders of
Magnolias Southern Cuisine with Chief Donald Barickman
When: Tuesday, Sept. 10 in the Prioleau Room
What: Donald Barickman, the celebrated chef of Magnolias Restaurant of Charleston, will prepare a mouth-watering selection from his famed repertoire, including crab cakes and ham chowder from a new recipe to be published this fall by Martha Stewart. A book signing follows the event.
When: Tuesday, Sept. 24 in the Prioleau Room
Noted historian Walter Edgar will discuss his belief that
When: Tuesday, Oct. 8 in the Prioleau Room
What: Professor Kyle Sinisi of The Citadels History Department
puts a new spin on Tecumseh Shermans fiery march through the
A Lowcountry Plantation Tour with Angie LeClercq and Billy Baldwin
When: Tuesday, Oct. 22 in the Prioleau Room
What: LeClercq and Baldwin will team up to show slides and
tell legends about the houses and gardens of some very famous
When: Tuesday, Nov. 12 at in the Prioleau Room
Richard Porcher, a Citadel Biology professor, will entertain with slides
and unravel questions about two cultures that no longer exist. Porcher
is considered the authority on antebellum rice and sea-island cotton cultures.
Long stapled cotton and Carolina Gold rice ruled
When: Tuesday, Dec. 3 in the Prioleau Room
What: David Gleeson of the
5th Emily Whaley
When: Sunday, March 9, 2003
This 5th annual garden tour will feature 10 gardens on south