Museum Tours: The Avery Research Center is currently closed to all tours.
Avery Digital Classroom
The digital classroom features a variety of fun, stimulating, educational activities such as digital lectures, film screenings, book discussions, and interactive online trivia. Check out our past events here
Dr. Conseula Francis Reading Circle Discussion of Topaz featuring author, Beverly Jenkins
Dr. Conseula Francis Reading Circle December event on Topaz featuring author, Beverly Jenkins
The Role of Black Women Social Clubs in Political, Social and Cultural Activism in the Lowcountry
Join Archivist Aaisha Haykal as she facilitates an amazing guest lecture with Dr. Cherisse Jone-Branch of Arkansas State University on the Role of Black Women Social Clubs in Political, Social, and Cultural Activism in the Lowcountry.
The Avery Research Center’s mission is to collect, preserve, and promote the unique history and culture of the African diaspora, with an emphasis on Charleston, the South Carolina Lowcountry, and beyond. As a part of the College of Charleston’s Library system, the Avery Research Center’s archival collections, museum exhibitions, and public programming reflect these diverse populations as well as the wider African Diaspora