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Found Objects: Summer Learning

image by Karson Photography

When it’s too hot even for the beach, take it indoors. But staying in the AC doesn’t mean you have to be cooped up for summer. Get out and take advantage of Charleston’s wide variety of classes and workshops.

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To us, getting art supplies for your summer projects is almost as fun as the projects themselves! We could get lost for hours in Artist & Craftsman’s 3-story location on upper King Street. Check out either of their locations to gear up for classes and projects: artistcraftsman.com

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GIBBES MUSEUM OF ART

We couldn’t be more excited about the Gibbes reopening, and with a great list of summer classes to boot, like oil painting and pastels with local teaching artists. gibbesmuseum.org

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THE ARTISTS’ LOFT

TAL is a great place for Mt. Pleasant residents to take art classes. Workshops and classes available for youths and adults. theartistsloftschool.com

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FABULON

West Ashley’s newest art center offers a studio and gallery space with a variety of classes.
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CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

Beginners can get introduced to digital photography and lightroom, and photographers of all levels enjoy their monthly “Walkabout In The City.” ccforp.org

 

3CANDLEFISH

Just walking into their lovely Wentworth Street store is inspiring, but thier candle making classes are the jam. They’re especially fun with groups, and it’s BYOB! candlefish.com

 

REDUX

2Summer kids camps are always a hit but they fill up quickly, so don’t delay. One-night workshops are great for busy grown ups — dip your toes in a new art form like screen printing or letterpress with a low commitment and maximum return on your time. reduxstudios.org

 

7SOUTHERN SEASON

This gourmet grocer hosts classes almost daily, from Mastering Pasta to Backyard Barbecuing; one that’s sure to fill up fast is Nathalie Dupree’s Southern Cooking Class. southernseason.com/events

 

8BLUE BICYCLE BOOKS

Nothing beats a good book in the dog days of summer. Blue Bicycle Books has a little space left in their annual “Write of Summer” kids camps, along with book signings and literary events all year round. bluebicyclebooks.com


 

image by Karson Photography
From ART MAG 2016 Summer Issue

 

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Posted in Mixed Media on July 11, 2016 (Summer 2016) by Matt Mill.

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