Welcome Center Conference Room
Brookgreen 101, a program sponsored by the Campbell Center for American Sculpture, is a public information program offered usually on the third Thursday of the month at 1:00 in the Welcome Center Conference Room. The topics cover various aspects of Brookgreen Gardens including the collections, property history, people, poetry, art history, corporate history, the founders, and Brookgreen purposes. Each program lasts approximately 60 minutes. The appearance of special guests and the program topics are subject to change. Bring your lunch, listen, and learn with us! Free for members and included with garden admission.
January 17 Western Sculpture in an East Coast Garden
February 28* Who's Who in "Birds in Art"
March 21 The Hot and Hot Fish Club
“Evidence-Based Practice in Sculpture Conservation." This is your opportunity to understand how the sculpture collection is cared for at the highest level. Ted Monnich, Brookgreen's sculpture conservator will discuss the steps that are taken when issues arise, as they inevitably do, with metal sculpture exhibited long-term in an outdoor environment.
May 23* In Joshua John Ward's Garden
June 20 Anna Hyatt Huntington's Equestrian Sculpture
July 18 Colonial and Antebellum Funerary Customs
August 15 The National Sculpture Society Annual Awards Exhibition
September 26* The Allstons and Flaggs of Georgetown County
October 24* Thoughts from Anna Hyatt Huntington in 1932
November 21 Winter Holidays at Brookgreen Plantation