The Telegraph: Charleston: a garden lover’s guide to this historic US city

You won’t need to travel far this summer to get a sense of the southern port city of Charleston. Explore Charleston’s show garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival in July is designed to capture the beauty, elegance and diverse landscapes of the charming port city, where sultry, subtropical marshes, grasses and waterways collide with

Charleston Regional Business Journal: Smithsonian secretary to help kick off new Charleston museum speaker series

By Hollie Moore An executive with the Smithsonian National Museum of History will participate in the launch of a new speaker series at the International African American Museum in downtown Charleston. The Salon Marronge speaker series will feature “prominent and provocative artists, thought leaders and changemakers” speaking with Tonya Matthews, president and CEO of IAAM, and will

Essence Magazine: 7 Reasons Charleston Is The Perfect Place To Be This Time Of Year

This popular coastal destination is a goldmine for anyone interested in little-known Black history and culture Bridgette Bartlett Royall writes, “Opened in 2023, the International African American Museum (IAAM) is the intersection of trauma and triumph. IAAM is intentionally located in the previously mentioned Gadsden’s Wharf and thoroughly delivers on educating, inspiring and challenging all visitors.

Columbia Business Monthly: Year of Triumph

Below is an excerpt from the Columbia Business Monthly: The museum will also host special programming from Juneteenth to the anniversary to celebrate its present and future success. The programming includes: J.O.Y. Juneteenth on the Yard: On June 19, IAAM Public Historian Brandon Reid will host this celebration beginning at noon, featuring local hip-hop sensation Benny