News > Censored: Unveiling the Veiled at Blind Tiger

With 2011 coming to an end, it’s time to start planning for 2012, and some local artists have made this more fun than ever with their Censored calendar.

Thirteen creative minds from around town dressed in their art and posed for the calendar that goes to benefit chART Outdoor Initiative & Gallery. Join the awesome people responsible for the calendar at the Blind Tiger on December 2nd from 5pm-9pm for the Censored unveiling party.  You can see each month’s photo in large print and take away a calendar for yourself for only $15. The proceeds from the calendar go to support chART and the arts movement in Charleston.  To learn more about chART, check out our interview with one of its founders, Geoff Richardson:
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You’ll never go back to having a boring day planner after getting a glimpse this calendar.  If you can’t make the party, get your calendar here!
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Friday, December 2, Blind Tiger, 38 Broad Street, 5 – 9 pm

words: Maggie Bacon

Posted on December 2, 2011 by Art Mag.

Categories: Visual Art

Tags: Censored Calendar, Chart Outdoor Initiative And Gallery, Hirona Matsuda, Jason Baxley, Joanna Jackson, Johnny Pundt, Kristy Bishop, Local Artists, Marcus Amaker, Nick Denitto, Olivia Pool, Spike

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