Harris’ photos from Africa will be on display at the Firehouse Gallery in May. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WAC FOR NHN)
Waimea photographer Susan Bailey Harris will exhibit a collection of photographs entitled “Religion and Culture in West Africa: A Land Less Traveled” at the Firehouse Gallery in Waimea from May 1-25 through The Waimea Arts Council. There will be an artist’s reception at the gallery from 5 to 7 p.m., on Friday, May 3.
The Firehouse Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday, 11-3 p.m., subject to availability of docents. It is located at the intersection of Highways 19 and 190 in Waimea. Free parking is available behind the senior center in back of the gallery or next-door at the Thelma Parker Gym. The Firehouse Gallery is a program of the Waimea Arts Council, an all-volunteer non-profit organization that sponsors programs, exhibits and education related to the arts. For information call the Waimea Arts Council at 887-1052. Harris will present a slide show and stories from Africa at Tutu’s House on from 5 to 6 p.m., Thursday, May 9 .