Artist Fer Caggiano's "Like a Girl: Dare to Dream" solo exhibition at City Gallery at Waterfront Park celebrates inspiring South Carolina women who are aiming high and achieving their dreams.
What you wouldn't guess about Mike Winkelmann is the fact that he made $3.5 million from art sales in one weekend just a couple of months ago in an astonishing move that is breaking the frame on digital art collection.
A concert film about land justice that was directed by Charleston musicians Rodrick Cliche and Benny Starr of Native Son will be featured in the 2021 Pan African Film Festival.
“Influence” rotates among four perspectives, all of them so-called "influencers" on the Internet. The story unfolds when one turns up murdered.
How has the technical team at the Charleston Gaillard Center been keeping busy? By lifting the concert hall curtain for tri-county teachers, students and parents. And it's all in the name of math and science.
Americans continue to occupy hospitals all across the country, but nowhere on that patient’s wristband does it indicate a political party preference.
Ranging from a trumpet player to a musician, a university dean to a philanthropist, recipients of the 2021 South Carolina Governor's Awards for the Arts have been announced. The awards are the state's highest award for achievement in practicing or supporting the arts.
As the Lowcountry Lowline gets nearer to a green light in its partnership with the city, now is the time to champion its arts potential.
Charleston Jazz announced its plan for a dynamic Season 13. Availing of both outdoor and indoor venues, as well as online platforms, the organization will offer local jazz enthusiasts a host of ways to enjoy new concerts with Charleston Jazz Orchestra.
Pasley, a professional dancer who grew up in West Ashley and now performs at Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Florida in Orlando, Fla., hit a high in his career on Sunday when he performed with The Weeknd during the Super Bowl halftime show.
Were you among the lucky to see Elvis Presley when he came to Charleston on two separate occasions in 1956 ? We'd love to hear from you. Share your encounter with the King of Rock 'n' Roll with Maura Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photographer Jack Alterman's expansive, absorbing new book of photography, "My Lazy Eye," reveals striking resonance among seemingly disparate images.
Super Sunday is here and it figures to be a little different than years past. However you decide to weigh your food options or wager on the various outcomes, good luck.
This month, MOFAD is hosting six online programs about Black food history, four of which have direct connections to the Lowcountry.
“Hamnet,” Maggie O’Farrell’s invigorating “novel of the plague,” belongs in the rare company of historical tales that make us forget the outcome of history. What is legend was once life. As her novel opens, everything pends: the best and worst haven’t happened.
Ashley Hall's Writers Series presents historian Amrita Chakrabarti Myers, author of "Forging Freedom: Black Women and the Pursuit of Liberty in Antebellum Charleston," 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3. The presentation will be conducted online via Zoom.
Recent federal and foundation funding has offered a life raft for some of South Carolina cultural organizations. It's far more than a much-needed bailout, though. It's a sound, intentional investment in this country's continued wellbeing.
For 30 years, John Sigler proudly wore the uniform of the U.S. Army.
Now he proudly wears a Waffle House uniform. The shirt is pressed and tightly tucked in his pants. The yellow tie is carefully knotted and the apron neatly tied. Even the simple visor is purposely and properly placed atop his head. He's ready for duty.
Charleston's very own Americana music duo Shovels & Rope teamed up with indie rocker Sharon Van Etten for a Beach Boys cover song, out now via Rolling Stone.
How can an empathetic president make a difference? Empathy allows someone to understand and share the feelings of another. In order to come together, we can benefit from that example.
It’s been a while since we looked at each other with decency and dignity. Isn’t our country worth giving it a shot?
Valerie Morris, who retired this fall from her role as dean of the School of the Arts at the College of Charleston, has spent the past 22 years nurturing the arts on campus and well beyond.
Sea level rise is threatening South Carolina's coast, where the Department of Natural Resources is continuing work at an archaeological site featuring ancient shell middens and a 19th century Gullah fishing village.
At the Gibbes Museum of Art, new retrospective of the work by Charleston artist Manning Williams opening Jan. 22 is timed with the release of the artist's biography.
Anybody know what day of the week it is anymore? During the holidays, that’s not all that uncommon. But we’re now into the third week of a new year and while I am fairly certain of the month, it’s a 50-50 proposition that I’ll nail the exact day of the week.
The Echo Project has been making progress raising funds and gaining support from scholars. Its organizers hope the renovation project will be completed by the end of 2022.
I like words. Sometimes, they come easy. On occasion, they can make people laugh, cry or remember. If the words are properly constructed, they might inspire or even motivate.
Every year, a Michigan university publishes a list of words and phrases that are overused, redundant and, in their view, should be banished.
In December, it was announced that the stimulus package included $15 billion in relief for arts and entertainment organizations. How might that play out in South Carolina?
South Carolina Public Radio's popular, long-running "Roots Musik Karamu" program has been expanded statewide, a testament to peace, love and Osei Chandler.