Meet the master of atmosphere and light before her City Gallery exhibit this month
Charleston’s oldest surviving public building was designed for a special purpose—to store gunpowder.
The Varnville artist debuts new works at Charleston show in February
Wigfall connects Gullah craft to West African artisans
What’s happening this month?
Mary Whyte’s latest work showcases veterans from 50 states
Preparing for a major museum exhibition, classical realist painter Jill Hooper finds herself in good company—and she’s...
Maria White crafts stunning abstract ceramic art
In June, for the first time in 271 years, the Charleston Library Society closed its doors for major renovations. It...
Theresa Jenkins Hilliard preserves a taste of home with Mama Doonk’s Gullah Recipes
Meet the genius, ambassador, advocate, and Lowcountry legend whose many titles and accolades reflect more than half a...
What's happening this month
Michele Seekings' Spire Art Services helps collectors care for their priceless works
Journey through time with a photographic tour of Charleston’s centuries-old parish churches and chapels-of-ease
Meet the self-taught topiary artist who, for nearly four decades, has planted and pruned, nurtured and shaped nursery...
The Charleston Profile: Carolyne Roehm’s elegant simplicity and hard work made her an icon of international design, and...
Edisto Island Open Land Trust takes on the restoration of the Reconstruction-era Hutchinson House
Nicholas Ashley-Cooper, the 12th Earl of Shaftesbury, speaks on restoring his family estate
Take a taste-filled walk down memory lane through some of Charleston’s most beloved 20th-century eateries, from seafood...
On the eve of the Gibbes Museum of Art exhibition “Anna Heyward Taylor: Intrepid Explorer,” take a look into the...
The fashionable founder of Gregory Blake Sams Events talks at-home entertaining, good grooming, and holiday gift lists
Carl Blum has invested decades of engineering ingenuity into his model train layout
Inside a monumental discovery at the Nathaniel Russell House
When Philip Simmons (1912-2009) began to study the craft of ironwork as a 13-year-old apprentice to Holy City...
While Juliana Falk made her house a home, it made her “The Accidental Preservationist”
The top 13 moments in the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon’s history
This month, the South Carolina Historical Society welcomes visitors to a brand-new museum