This review examines the fiercely female "Me and My Girlfriend," the two-person exhibition at Redux Contemporary Art Center featuring the work of HNin Nie and Grace Stott.
A new photography and history museum has opened its doors in Orangeburg, a city that's rich in civil rights history but was, in its founder's view, lacking in places that celebrated it.
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An over-sized ceramic foot with red nail polish, covered in shiny mosquito bites sat elevated in the middle of the white-walled gallery.
My aim was to achieve a summer vacation state of mind, Charleston-style. Ducking out after work and through the weekend, I went in search of arts and cultural offerings to further my mission.
Struggling with a lack of self-identity and escaping from an emotionally abusive relationship, Daje Morris turned to words, pouring out her emotions onto paper as a way of exploring how she felt and discovering who she really was.
The fourth annual Charleston Zine Fest is returning to the Halsey Institute for Contemporary Art.
From an art competition to a quilting festival, here's what you need to know about the Charleston arts scene this week.
Spurred by new efforts to create artist-friendly guidelines for public art in Charleston, this column explores the benefits and current challenges in this city.
The weekend is almost here, and we've got some ideas on how to spend it.
Two area arts organizations have joined creative forces for a collaborative art display that is seeking to build unity between generations.
Charleston has a long tradition of slowing down its arts scene in the summer days following Spoleto. But it may well be that these days, there is no compelling reason for a Charleston summer to be a cultural bummer.
Artists turn plastic waste retrieved from the oceans into works that draw attention to pressing problem.
This essay details the critical approach of Arts Critic Maura Hogan.
Charleston photographer Jonathan Stout uses the same Big Shot instant camera that Andy Warhol did in the '70s.
Fred Wilson, an award-winning visual artist with an exhibition scheduled for 2020 at the Gibbes Museum of Art, will deliver an address on Nov. 13 as part of the museum’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
From pop-ups to workshops, here are a few artistic endeavors to check out before the end of June.
The Charleston Gaillard Center has announced that Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker will join the organization as an artist-in-residence.
It took Ma two full weeks to complete the installation, which not only examines utopias as a whole but specifically how Charleston identifies as one.
A Charleston-based artist says a "Southern Charm" star plagiarized his artwork for a mural painted at Shem Creek restaurant Saltwater Cowboys.
Tyrone Geter's art career spans more than 40 years and across two continents.
The new exhibit examines how styles have shifted through America's eras of conflict.
Ment Nelson is known for his portrayals of life in his native Hampton County, South Carolina. But his priciest piece by far features a couple of celebrities from Chicago and New York.
From horror movies to outdoor concerts, here's what to do in Charleston this weekend.
Can't afford the high ticket prices of Spoleto? No worries, that's why Piccolo Spoleto exists.
The diversity-driven three-day experience is celebrating the impact various cultures have had in the fashion industry.
The exhibit is "Paint on Paper," a series of 17 pieces by Halsey that were created later in his life, during the last decade before his death in 1999.
Artisphere, Greenville's big visual art fair, is just the tip of the iceberg. The Upstate city is replete with art and performance offerings.
While we may wonder why a piece of art was created or who created it, we don't often ponder where it was created.
The fiber art show has become a festival tradition, and the works on display straddle the line between craft and fine art.
“I seriously could continue doing this until I die,” Tom Kiefer said. “The amount of material that I recovered from the trash is astounding.”
Once a year, a town in South Carolina with a population of just over 6,500 triples in size.
This Saturday is Independent Bookstore Day, and North Charleston's Itinerant Literate Bookstop is celebrating.
An introductory art showcase in North Charleston will feature some of the Lowcountry's talented black artists in a variety of mediums.
For the newest exhibit coming to The Vendue in April, "Fortunate," 30 artists are challenged to create a work inspired by a fortune from a fortune cookie.
Redux and Make It Right have teamed up for a multidisciplinary art event series calling for the removal of the Calhoun monument in Marion Square.
Get ready for art on the beach.
For some photographers, it's a nightmare when a picture turns out blurry. But for Catherine Erb, it's exactly what she's going for.
Constance Williams wants Charleston to be obsessed.
The Gibbes Museum of Art is bringing back its spring Garden Concert Series, which introduces live music performances to the Lenhardt Garden.
For years, artists and dealers who have worked with local broker Rebekah Jacob have struggled to recover inventory and money owed from the sale of their works. They have complained about stonewalling and lack of communication, and many ultimately filed lawsuits.
"Fungus Among Us" is all about mushrooms.
Daniel Buchmeier is turning kids' line drawings into colorful pop art prints and canvases.
Ten years ago, the Gibbes Museum of Art did something bold: It invited artists Juan Logan and Susan Harbage Page to scrutinize the museum’s holdings and mount a unique exhibition of works draw…
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Meisha Johnson's goal when she opened Neema Gallery was do away with the myth that African Americans don't buy art or have the money to buy art.
Park Circle Creative is seeking experimental art performance ideas, as well as artists and musicians who are interested in renting workshop and practice spaces.
"I believe that in every human being, there is this want to create," one of the artists said. "It's a basic human instinct — there's a sense of beauty in creating, and I like opening up those doors for people who haven’t been exposed to it."
From a fashion show to an archery course to a full slate of lectures, luncheons and outdoor demonstrations, there is far more to do at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, hosted for its 37th year in Charleston, than look at art.
To celebrate local love, we talked to some Charleston couples who fell for each other in part because of art.
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