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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: STEPHEN MCMENNAMY

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: STEPHEN MCMENNAMY

CLEVERLY CREATIVE COMBINATIONS by Sarah Miller His daughter was celebrating her 4th birthday when Stephen McMennamy snapped a photo of her and then one of a balloon. While playing around with the PicFrame app, he combined the two cropped images and found the result to be pretty hilarious. Since then, the complexity ...
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Opening Night

Opening Night

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THEATRE THIS WEEK Charleston OPENING WEEKEND STAYIN' ALIVE 34 West Theatre Co. March 3 - May 28 A smooth-talking soap star fights for love, bellbottoms and disco fever in this 70s musical. 200 Meeting Street
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Attention to Detail

Attention to Detail

GALLERY SHOW — ATTENTION TO DETAIL by Sarah Miller “I’m the most excited I’ve been about an exhibit in a really long time!” That’s a pretty momentous statement coming from Robert Lange, one of the cultivators of Charleston’s contemporary art scene and owner of Robert Lange Studios. Opening on February 3, Attention to Detail will ...
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Lions and Tigers and Bears

Lions and Tigers and Bears

GALLERY SHOW — LIONS AND TIGERS AND BEARS by Sarah Miller Lions and Tigers and Bears is a pleasant derailment from Charleston’s traditional art scene. Stepping into The Vendue Art Hotel’s lobby, you’ll be greeted by an extraterrestrial giraffe made of sewing machines parts and a pug in a yellow polka dot bikini. ...
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Tribute to Foremost Animalier, Count Bernard de Claviere d’Hust

Tribute to Foremost Animalier, Count Bernard de Claviere d’Hust

THE ARTIST COUNT by Sarah Miller Count Bernard de Claviere d’Hust, a foremost animalier, was just as interesting as he sounds. Located on one of the most charming streets in Charleston, Tribute to Foremost Animalier, Count Bernard de Claviere d’Hust will be ...
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53 63 73 Exhibition Opening at Fabulon

53 63 73 Exhibition Opening at Fabulon

STILL IMPROVING WITH AGE by Sarah Miller “At our age, it is assumed that we have it all figured out already, but we are constantly emerging, experimenting, and perfecting,” says Susan Irish, owner of Fabulon Center for Arts and Education. Their upcoming exhibition 53 63 73 is far from a retrospective show, even ...
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