News > Good News For People Who Love Good News: Charleston Art & Theatre is Growing

After losing their home at the Circular Congregational Church’s Upper Lance Hall, PURE Theatre has been nomadic for some time.  Just in time for the 9th season, aptly titled Coming Home, they have found a new home at the Charleston Ballet Theatre‘s old black box space on Upper King Street.  In the meantime, catch their current production Kicking a Dead Horse starring Randy Neale, directed by Sharon Graci and written by Sam Shepard at 334 East Bay Street, Suite I.  Tickets $20, student rush $15.

Front Door by Stephen Hodecker, available at Ingram Fine Art

Head to 111 Church Street to welcome the newest addition to fine art in the French Quarter.  Ingram Fine Art has made their home in the south right here in the Holy City, and they have an exciting body of work on display.  Some of the artists include: Leonard Baskin, Ronald Frontin, Susan Headley Van Campen, Jerry Weiss, Eric Jacobsen, Roberta Goschke, Mike Stiler, Sandy Crabtree, Stephen Hodecker and Heidi Lorenz, plus sculptor Ellie Dolgin.  They have some incredible historical artifacts as well as fine works in oil, on paper and sculpture.

Ingram Fine Art, 111 Church Street, downtown Charleston, Tuesday – Saturday 11 am – 6 pm, by appt or chance Sunday – Monday, 843.577.4047

The new Clay Cottage and Art Studio, part of Creative Spark, in Mt Pleasant

Creative Spark has long out grown it’s home on Long Point Road, and this Sunday, they will celebrate the opening of their new Clay Cottage and Art Studio at 1123 Chuck Dawley Blvd.  From 2 – 4 pm there will be art projects, demonstrations, and family friendly activities.  The Cottage will allow them to “offer a larger variety of classes including clay at the wheel, homeschool clay & art, mosaics, printmaking, adult & teen painting, clay parties, couples nights and more,” says Creative Spark marketing director Christina Caputo.  “We are better able to reach our adult audiences iwth the additional space at The Cottage, and we are thrilled to help more Lowcountry residents of all ages experiment, explore and create through the arts.”

Clay Cottage and Art Studio, 1123 Chuck Dawley Blvd.  Visit for class schedule.

Posted on August 9, 2011 by Art Mag.

Categories: Performing Arts, Visual Art

Tags: Charleston Art, Clay Cottag And Art Studio, Creative Spark, Ingram Fine Art, Pure Theatre

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