Black Southern Belle Feature New Series Debut 


MODERN GULLAH ART: NEW SERIES, TOILE FROM DA SOIL, DEBUTS IN HONOR OF GULLAH CULTURE     Article by Michiel Perry:  A few years ago on a beautiful spring day in Saint Helena Island at the Historic Penn Center, I invited …Read more

Poem • Monologue • Silliloquy • Haiku  

Ī imagine talking to Mami Wada (Ocean) silliloquy style cause there ain’t nobody around

I feel the energy of all dem memories in de air n rumblin underground

If trees could talk about Da South, my my my what would…

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21 Piece Exhibit Fah Mama 

(SEE Accompanying Song at the Bottom)

21 Pieces Fah Mama 💜
(An Entire Year of Allowing My Instincts to  Lead my Creativity)

💜Follow your instincts.

💜Trust Your Self.

💜Listen to your Inner Voice.

💜Stop Chasing Perfection,

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My Mama & Winter Solstice  

Accompanying Song at the Bottom:

12.21 is a special day for me, for it is the day my Mama went to sleep and never woke up. 

In the depth of winter, 
I finally learned 
that within me there lay 

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Officially a #RileyFellow 

🎉🥳🎊I’m excited to share that I Mahoganee Amiger, Musician, Multi-Disciplinary Artist, Entrepreneur, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Responsible ARTistry, Inc., has graduated as a member of the 17th Lowcountry class of the Diversity Leaders Initiative at The Riley Institute at…

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Showing Up as All of You 



Getting the opportunity to have my artworks be in the backdrop at Gullah Geechee Symposiums and other Black curated spaces is always the goal. 

It allows me to show up as my full self with my artistry as the extensions…

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Culture Keepers Concert  


Busuaguati! (Hello in Garifuna)
How oonah fah do? (How you doin)

We’re excited to again experience the #history #culture #land #ocean and be in Community with the Garifuna peoples of #Belize

$30 Donation

We present our…

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Tied To The Land: a Gullah Heritage Symposium  

This Symposium was phenomenal on many levels. The exhibit is a must see in the Darrah Hall Building on Penn Center National Landmark. It was such an amazing experience as a panelist to be a Voice for artists on the…

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Wada (WaTeR) • LanD • SoiL 

💙Wada (Water)💙
🤎Land (SöiL • DïrT)🤎

💚Lïfë, Süstënance, FööD💚

We are just ViSiTöRs here for a short while.

Speaking thru My HöMë South Carolina specifically; Harnessing the Energy of Water and Land…

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Alternate Realities 

Imagination is such a Powerful Tool.

We Live in a World where people are searching for alternative realities while also finding ways to repair our existing one.

Lowcountry Re-Imagined:

On St. Helena Island Queen Mother Octavia Spencer & Althea Gibson…

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Mahoganee accepted into the ForbesBLK Community  

Thank you ForbesBLK.

Excited to announce that I’ve been selected to be part of Forbes newest community ForbesBLK. 

“l'm honored to be selected. Honored to be invited. Honored to connect with an incredible pool of Creative Place Makers, Thought Leaders…

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Collards by Mahoganee (Gullah Art)  

Did you know that collard greens, a staple in Southern cooking, have deep roots in Africa? Transported to America during the transatlantic trade, they became a vital part of Lowcountry Gullah culture. 
-AfricaN American Maritime History

Artist Mahoganee Amiger beautifully…

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