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Arts Profile

July 2022
Learn how she perfected her freehand technique and why it brings her joy

June 2022
Her art is included in four exhibits this month. Find out where you can see it.

April 2022
See their local projects and find out how they’re encouraging more large-scale works

March 2022
Discover why the artist is at a turning point and how she landed on Folly Beach

February 2022
See her work on display at City Gallery at Waterfront Park this month

January 2022
See Mixon's work next month when she's the visiting artist at Gibbes Museum

December 2021
See her latest work at December‘s ”Mixtape” show at Meyer Vogl Gallery

November 2021
See her work this month at Miller Gallery

October 2021
HALO stages nontraditional performances to bring live theatre to everyone

September 2021
Why she thinks Charleston’s art scene is flourishing

August 2021
Find out how her pandemic project led to hundreds of commissions

July 2021
Her functional works of art look as beautiful as they feel

June 2021
See her latest work at the African American Fiber Arts exhibit at North Charleston City Hall

May 2021
The photographer's latest book juxtaposes images from his 40-year career

March 2021
Learn why she uses bold but minimal brushstrokes

February 2021
The SEWE artist is always looking for silver linings

January 2021
Find out how she's rediscovering her passion and her goals for 2021

December 2020
Love for community is a major theme in his most recent work

November 2020
Her series “How It Was—Charleston in 1963” depicts homes and streetscapes that were demolished to make way for the...

October 2020
Find out why millions of viewers are scared silly by his gory YouTube videos

September 2020
See artist Antwon Ford's “Grass in Motion” sculptures this month at the Gibbes

August 2020
The artist and musician on what fuels her creativity

May 2020
Griffith's art calls viewers to find joy and take action to protect the environment

April 2020
His Charleston Concerto explores our complicated past and looks to a brighter tomorrow

February 2020
The SEWE artist wows arts lovers with his gravity-defying works inspired by the Lowcountry

January 2020
The Varnville artist debuts new works at Charleston show in February