Events included with SEWE General Admission tickets and VIP badges.
Convincing people of the importance of conservation is fairly easy when one points to a lion, elephant or bald eagle, but a bit more challenging when it comes to snakes.
Joseph Sulkowski isn't bound to the limits of subject matter. But he is bound to something much larger, something intangible, an experience that only art can provide.
Belmond Charleston Place Hotel
Waiting to meet 2018 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition's featured artist, Kathryn Mapes Turner, in the lobby of the Charleston Place Hotel, I am told by a SEWE staff member that Turner is on her way, but stopped to take in the late afternoon light.
Every year, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition attracts talented artists from around the globe to exhibit their work. Sculptors Eric Tardif and Sandy Graves are two such artists attending this year’s event.
Besides dog-specific events, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition may be the most canine-friendly, bordering on fanatical, event in the Lowcountry.
Kids for Conservation
The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition works with a number of organizations to produced a variety of special events throughout the weekend.
SEWE VIP badge required.
For 36 years, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition has made its main focus fine art featuring the Earth’s most majestic creatures, but its formula for success for its broader mission to celebrate the “sporting life” and protect nature has required little tinkering.
Picture the late Pat Conroy making biscuits on a stage. You’d be disappointed if the famed storyteller stuck to the recipe and just demonstrated how to make a biscuit, wouldn’t you? You’d want him to tell the story behind the recipe, because there’s always a story. As Conroy famously said: "…
The public is invited to the judging of the 2017-2018 Federal Junior Duck Stamp contest on Friday, April 21, the first time the event has been held in Charleston.
Tickets are available at the following locations through SEWE weekend:
Jeff Corwin has joined the pantheon of wildlife and conservation TV celebrities that over generations has included Jacques Cousteau, Marlin Perkins, Steve Irwin and Jack Hanna by tapping into a passion that goes back to growing up in inner-city Boston during the 1970s.
Kids for Conservation
The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition works with a number of organizations to produce a variety of special events throughout the weekend.
Ezra Tucker, featured artist of the 2017 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, has a soft, warm voice. Looking through his portfolio you imagine it’s the gentle address required to approach the timid fawns and delicate foxes captured in some of his paintings, poised it seems to leap from the canvas.
Michelle Decker, a wildlife artist from South Africa, is one of several painters traveling to Charleston for the 2017 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition from Feb. 17-19.
Wildlife sculptors who work from life follow the same process as plein-air painters. Packing a bag with a camera and a sketchbook, they head outdoors to observe birds, bears, deer and buffalo. They watch the way the animals move and then they come back to their studio and work to re-create t…
Belmond Place Hotel
2017 Schedule of Events
No, no, no. You won't get your sights on a coyote at this year's Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. But the ubiquitous varmint has slinked its way into the high-brow hunting, fishing and outdoors extravaganza for what may be a first appearance.
"Feathers and Flocks: Waterfowling in South Carolina" will explore the role of ducks and other waterfowl in the Lowcountry’s historic culture at a Charleston Museum exhibit that is part of the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition.
Much of the national culinary chatter about Charleston has lately centered on barbecue, which has gone from a local favorite food group to a significant driver of economic development. But what’s rarely reported beyond the city is how bluegrass music has become the soundtrack of the restaura…
It all started with one bird feeder in their backyard six years ago.
- Missing 17-year-old Porter-Gaud student's body recovered from Stono River
- Over 700 jellyfish stings reported on Charleston area beaches over weekend
- After racially tinged dispute, tug of war over Mount Pleasant park site resolved
- Dog-paddling armadillo filmed by fossil hunter in the ocean near Edisto
- Google plans to spend $600 million expanding its SC data center
- Clemson, South Carolina expect decisions this week from several football recruits
- MUSC again ranks as best in South Carolina, others fail to rank in specialties
- South Carolina better at energy, worse at procedure in second football scrimmage
- Charleston might ask Johns Island developers to help pay for area's infrastructure
- After big layoffs, Charleston-area smelter now hiring in light of tariffs, power deal hope
- Hootie & the Blowfish HomeGrown concert
- The future of Century Aluminum in Mount Holly depends on electricity costs
- Elvis ain't Dead for one night at the Pour House
- Building MUSC's new Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital
- First Day Festival kicks off the school year for Charleston area schools
- Challenges with hair becoming easier with new Air Force rules
- Reader photos: People during their travels
- Charleston Pride's inaugural “Toast to Equality” cocktail competition
- Rock band camp challenges campers and builds confidence