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2012 Summer Art Institute Exhibition at Redux

2012 Summer Art Institute Exhibition at Redux

It’s that time of year again. Redux Contemporary Art Center partners with Charleston County School District each summer to provide selected high school students with
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Latte Art at Kudu

Latte Art at Kudu

At Kudu Coffee's latte art contest last Thursday night, Art Mag learned plenty about pouring technique, the importance of symmetry, and color infusion. Also, (hint) we learned that they give away ...
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Yamamoto’s Saltworks Actually Return to Sea

Yamamoto’s Saltworks Actually Return to Sea

During the Spoleto Festival USA, contemporary Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto spent 10 days installing Return to the Sea: Saltworks, a major traveling exhibition organized by the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, and the ...
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VIDEO–Check out Jason Hackenwerth’s installation at Redux

VIDEO–Check out Jason Hackenwerth’s installation at Redux

If you haven't been to see Jason Hackenwerth's The Tempest at Redux Contemporary Art Center yet, check out this awesome video of his installation. You have a couple more weeks to see it for yourself, and you can read about ...
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2012 Mayor’s Purchase Award: Rick Reinert

2012 Mayor’s Purchase Award: Rick Reinert

On Thursday, June 21st local artist Rick Reinert will be honored as the City of Charleston accepts his painting, Dusk at King and Queen, winner of the 2012 Mayor’s Purchase Award. Reinert's beautiful piece renders a view of Charleston at sundown, on the corner of streets King and Queen. Since 1980, ...
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Fashion Alley- A Vintage Inspired Fashion Show

Fashion Alley- A Vintage Inspired Fashion Show

Being a vintage junkie, I am so thrilled to be attending Fashion Alley this Saturday evening at the Charleston Rifle Club Bowling Alley. All of my local favorites will be there to showcase their vintage collections on the runway, from Rhett Boyd Jr. of Rogue Wave ...
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Lowcountry Local First Membership Drive!

Lowcountry Local First Membership Drive!

Lowcountry Local First (LLF), based out of North Charleston, is a member non-profit of the national organization, Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, and LLF is launching their June Membership Drive.
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Greater Tuna Review: Piccolo at Charleston Acting Studio

Greater Tuna Review: Piccolo at Charleston Acting Studio

  Greater Tuna played on the stage of the Charleston Acting Studio as one of Sheri Grace/Midtown Productions’ Piccolo Spoleto events this month. This special show is a two-man act—two men, many characters, endless fun. ...
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Spoleto Review: Les 7 Doigts de la Main

Spoleto Review: Les 7 Doigts de la Main

"Damn. I need to work out." This was just one of many thoughts going through my head during Spoleto Festival USA's fast-paced French Canadian troupe, Les 7 Doigt de la Main's performance (translated as "the 7 fingers of the hand"). Their show, Traces, was, honestly, one of the most ...
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Spoleto Review: Hay Fever a light, bright comedy

The Gate Theatre returns to Spoleto Festival USA with Hay Fever, a comedy by Noel Coward. The Gate Theatre is in its 84th year and has launched the careers of notable actors like Orson Wells and Michael Gambon (Professor Dumbledore, anyone?).  They were last in Charleston with ...
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