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Art Mag Interviews artist Sally Tharp

http://youtu.be/ddpnptOlsvQ At the March 2011 French Quarter Art Walk, we ran into artist Sally Tharp of the Wells Gallery and chatted with her about her show Nostalgia.  We love all the mason jars and vintage ephemera.  Stop by the Wells Gallery to see more of her work, and tell ...
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Art Mag Interviews Fred Jamar

http://youtu.be/sTsNlCp7o1E from his March 2011 solo show Night by Day at Robert Lange Studios, meet Belgian oil painter Fred Jamar!
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Bring Your Canary: Studio Visit with John Duckworth

Just a few bridges away on Johns Island, John Duckworth quietly works away in his studio, known by friends as The Ranch, where he spends his time cycling, photographing, painting and being a devoted father to his son and partner to the incredible Kelly Jean.  On Friday I ...
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Art Mag Seeks Intern: a love story unlike any other

Dear aspiring writers, magazine and art enthusiasts, most likely of the college age and persuasion, Art Mag is looking for our Next Great Intern. We have had some wonderful people in the past (ahem, Amy, come back!) and we are ready for the next amazingly cool, talented and ready to work/learn intern.  ...
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Wine to Water Fundraiser at Social Wednesday July 20

One of the best things about Charleston is our incredibly high quality of life.  Even in the worst of times, we still live at the beach, in a town of incredible history, architecture and most of all, incredible people. These incredible ...
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Hey CHS Arts Orgs: It’s Time to Register for OPEN! Deadline is July 22nd

Register Now to Participate in “OPEN” Presented by the Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts An Open Call for Local Art Organizations & Collectives, Deadline July 22, 2011 Charleston, SC -- The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts invites local art organizations and collectives to participate in the ...
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Bring Your Canary: A Few Minutes with Tim Hussey

The very first show I worked on as a student at College of Charleston's Halsey Institute featured the work of Tim Hussey and Tom Stanley called Figure of Speech.  It was a life changing experience that brought me to where I am now, and so Tim ...
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