View the documentary Clementine Hunter’s World, attend a reception and view Hunter's art in the "Fine Art, Folk Art" exhibit at Goodwood, presenting art from various perspectives in the estate's history. Self-taught Clementine Hunter (in image at upper left) painted from her perspective as a plantation worker.
The reception and Fine Art, Folk Art exhibit open at 5 PM. The documentary viewing is at 6 PM. All in the Carriage House at Goodwood Museum and Gardens.
Ticket are $10 are include the wine and cheese reception and admission to the art exhibit.
As the civil rights protests of the 1950s were beginning to jolt America, self-taught African American artist Clementine Hunter quietly painted a visual diary of plantation life in Melrose, Louisiana – unaware her painted images would in time become portals to remind viewers there were always two sides of the 20th century plantation fence. Documentary, 35 min., NR.
Directions: Enter Goodwood off of Miccosukee Road or Surgeon's Drive, follow signs to Carriage House.
For more information, call 850-877-4202 or go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clementine-hunters-world-documentary-and-exhibit-viewing-reception-tickets-32671259617.