IMPORTANT! Due to the response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) events on this site may be postponed or canceled. Site visitors should refer to the event organizer's website for possible schedule changes.

Please Note: This event has expired.

Black Medicine/ White Bodies: Interactive Performance

Presented by McKissick Museum at McKissick Museum , Columbia SC

Feb 16 2017
Black Medicine/ White Bodies: Interactive Performance

Black Medicine/White Bodies: An Investigation of Charleston’s Yellow Fever Epidemics 1854-1871 focuses on the role of traditonal African folk healers in the South Carolina Lowcountry. This performance is based upon historical expereiences of newly arrived European immigrants, long-term Charleston Residents, and African slaves during the yellow fever epidemics that took place between 1854 and 1871. 



Contact: No Ticket

    Official Website


Additional time info:

Call for time.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


McKissick Museum

816 Bull Street Columbia, SC 29208, Columbia, SC 29208

CONNECT WITH McKissick Museum




Artsopolis Network Members: Akron OH | Albuquerque NM | Austin TX | Birmingham AL | Boston MA | Cape Cod MA | Charlotte NC | Cincinnati OH | Colorado Springs CO | Columbia SC | DuPage County IL | Flagstaff AZ | Flint MI | Fort Lauderdale FL | Houston TX | Indianapolis IN | Kalamazoo MI | Macon GA | Marin County CA | Mendocino County CA | Milwaukee WI | Monterey Bay CA | Montgomery County MD | Napa Valley CA | Nashville TN | Orange County CA | Orlando FL | Palm Beach County FL | Panama City FL | Providence RI | Quito, Ecuador | Rapid City SD | Richardson TX | Riverside CA | Rock Island IL | Sacramento CA | San Antonio TX | San Jose CA | St. Cloud MN | St. Croix Valley MN/WI | St. Johns County FL | Stillwater MN | Tallahassee FL | Tampa Bay FL | Utah | Ventura CA | York County PA