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Timothy Banks illustrates a whimsical world in children’s books, magazines, apps, and more

Hit the streets for an urban art walk highlighting one-of-a-kind murals that decorate our city

Sullivan’s Island resident Vincent J. Musi captures the great outdoors and all its wild inhabitants 

Chamber Music Charleston’s Sandra Nikolajevs marks the nonprofit’s 10th anniversary with a trip to Carnegie Hall

Shannon Brown Wood’s serene paintings reflect the Lowcountry landscapes she’s known all her life

Ahead of its premiere June 4, Carrie Mae Weems discusses her Spoleto Festival USA production

 

Listened to a Spoleto Festival USA concert in the last two decades? It’s likely that John Kennedy had a hand in its inception

Artist Jonathan Green brings a colorful dose of African cultural authenticity to the Spoleto stage

Speaking with poet, teacher, and Holy City Youth Slam founder Matthew Foley 

Painter Raven Roxanne Wilson on her latest work, including a line of scarves, and upcoming move to the Cigar Factory

Rose & Twill quilts for a modern generation

Multimedia artist Fletcher Williams III on Charleston, what fuels his work, and what’s next for his career

 

Acclaimed Southern actress Samille Basler has spent two decades in Charleston theaters

Portraitist Molly B. Right transforms vintage bottle caps into dazzling works of art

Attorney-turned-celebrated-conductor Ken Lam takes the helm of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra

When professor Marc Regnier isn’t training the next generation of classical guitarists, he’s recording with the greats 

In his new multimedia poetry book, Mantra, Marcus Amaker explores his own “truths,” inviting readers to follow suit

Using a system of her own invention, Elizabeth Calcote block prints biographically inspired patterns onto silk accessories

 

Whether creating fine art sculptures or in-demand tableware, Fiorenzo Berardozzi trusts in the beauty of wabi sabi

 

This month, musical theater sweetheart Mary Fishburne takes the stage in not one, but three local productions