More than 150 Lowcountry artists are represented at the Red Piano Too Gallery, which is considered one of the best (if not the best) art gallery in the area. It carries folk art, books, fine art, and much more. The gallery is in the Corner Store, the first store in South Carolina to pay people of color with money rather than barter for goods. The gallery is ¼ mile from the National Historic Landmark District of Penn Center, famous as a former school for freed slaves,
whose culture is known as "Gullah." Much of the art at the gallery represents the Gullah culture.