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Job Opportunity: Director of Operations and Resource Development at Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts

The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts is seeking a Director of Operations and Resource Development. The ideal candidate will have experience in nonprofit development, including fundraising. relationship building, and marketing. The DORD will be adept at managing everything ...
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Recap: Charleston Pour House Raises over $30,000 for Mother Emanuel Hope Fund

Recap: Charleston Pour House Raises over $30,000 for Mother Emanuel Hope Fund

On June 17th the city of Charleston suffered an unimaginable tragedy when a lone-shooter took the lives of nine individuals inside the Mother Emanuel AME Church. Despite the horrors of the attack, the Charleston community immediately banded together and organized numerous events in an effort to gather money as well as ...
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TEDxCharleston Announces Call for Speakers and Performers for 2015 Event

Event Theme: “Embrace Chaos”  Focus on How to Use Chaos as a Construct for Change TEDxCharleston organizers announced on August 27th that they are accepting speaker and performer applications now through October 14 for the 2015 event, which will take place in the spring timeframe. With a theme of Embrace Chaos, ...
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Charleston Artst Commission to Partner with Charleston Waterkeeper for Salt + Tide Summer Collection

Charleston Artst Commission to Partner with Charleston Waterkeeper for Salt + Tide Summer Collection

We're excited to share the news that Charleston Artist Collective (CAC) has selected Charleston Waterkeeper as their latest beneficiary! For the months of June and July CAC will give 15% of its ...
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Preview: Awakening II – Fieldwork

Preview: Awakening II – Fieldwork

This Saturday, head to 1630 Meeting Street (the Art Mag office building!) for the second "Awakening" event.   Last year, participating artists were given two days to "awaken" the inside of the 1630 Meeting Street building through art, using only it's vacant interior as inspiration. This year, for Awakening II: ...
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Gibbes Museum of Art’s Annual Meeting

On Monday, May 19, the Carolina Art Association, who you know better as the Gibbes Museum of Art, hosted their 136th Annual Meeting. The Gibbes is the oldest art museum in the South, and is owned equally by the City of Charleston and the Carolina Art Association. The storied history of ...
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Lowcountry Local First’s Call For Artists

Lowcountry Local First’s Call For Artists

Calling all local artists! Lowcountry Local First (LLF) is opening a new co-working facility at 1600 Meeting. LLF is seeking to adorn their walls with works from talented local artists. The space will ...
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Enough Pie Announces Call to Proposals for Awakening II: Fieldwork

Enough Pie has announced their call to proposals for their second Awakening event: Fieldwork, which will be an all day arts event that actively engages the outdoor spaces of 1630 Meeting St. All proposals are due by May 19, 2014.
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Enough Pie Now Accepting Applications for Community Project Grants

Enough Pie Now Accepting Applications for Community Project Grants

We are  excited to announce that Enough Pie has pre-released the application for their Community Project Grants! This program is designed to contribute to the creative vitality of the upper peninsula. Applications are currently being accepted, and applicants who wish to be considered ...
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Preview: The Jenkins Institute for Children Celebrates 122 Year Milestone

Preview: The Jenkins Institute for Children Celebrates 122 Year Milestone

The Jenkins Institute for Children will be celebrating their 122-year year milestone of helping children this Saturday at Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston. This amazing non-profit organization provides residential group programs for girls aged 12-21 years, along with math, reading, art, and other ...
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