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The TreeSpirit Project and Save The Angel Oak team up to offer a special evening of art and activism at the Terrace Theater on November 3, 2011 at 7pm. View the Charleston-based segment filmed at the Angel Oak last May—which made Charleston TV news headlines. That event brought naked people to pose with the ancient Angel Oak to [...]
Donations needed for Angel Oak Exhibit: GIVE your old cloths and scrap fabrics a NEW EXPERIENCE Donate your cloths, textiles and fabrics for a new exhibit, the tree of life, at the Children’s Museum of Lowcountry. This new exhibit is part of the Museum’s new artist-in-residency program. About the exhibit The tree of life (working title), will be [...]
From South Carolina Wildlife, March-April 1981 (written by Becky Roberts and Eugene M. McCarthy) “….the 1450 year-old Angel Oak on John’s Island was already a large tree by the time of the Crusades. According to legend, the twisted limbs of the enormous Angel Oak shaded a familiar meeting site for Indians living on John’s Island.” The Chicora Research [...]