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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-01-18-May-01-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-02-18-May-02-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-03-18-May-03-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • PJ Johnson Insurance LLC (State Farm) Ribbon Cutting
    12:00 pm-3:00 pm
    Apr-03-18

    7741-A Dorchester Road North Charleston, SC 29418

    7741-A Dorchester Road North Charleston, SC 29418

    Come out and meet PJ Johnson and her insurance team at their new office off of Dorchester Road!

    Attend their ribbon cutting ceremony on April 3rd from 12:00-3:00pm and receive free kooziese, chip clips, and more!

    As a State Farm agency PJ Johnson Insurance LLC offers over 90+ products in insurance and financial products for their South Carolina customers.

  • Halsey Talks: The Educational Turn in Art
    6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    Apr-03-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In 1818, Joseph Jacotot, a French professor, determined to teach his native language at the University of Louvain in the Netherlands. Many of his students spoke only Flemish; Jacotot knew only French. How could he teach these students his native language without being able to speak to them?

    His solution was to use a text translated into both French and Flemish, and in doing so, he proved that a teacher can teach something that they don’t know. With his pedagogical experiment, Jacotot distinguished the difference between “knowledge replication” and “knowledge production.”

    How does this story show us how museums and exhibitions can be sites of knowledge production? Let’s talk about it! We will use Jacque Ranciere’s “The Ignorant Schoolmaster” and Irit Rogoff’s “Turning” to bolster our discussion. The talk is free and open to the public, and students, teachers, artists, philosophers, art-enthusiasts, and art-unenthusiasts are welcome to attend.

    Read Jacque Ranciere’s “The Ignorant Schoolmaster” here

    Read Irit Rogoff’s “Turning” here

    — About Halsey Talks —
    Halsey Talks are an ongoing series of roundtable discussions on intriguing concepts in art. While they may take advantage of exhibitions on view at the Halsey Institute, they are open-ended in nature. As a platform for a deeper understanding and discussion of fascinating ideas in art, Halsey Talks are open to all.

    Suggest a topic for the future, email Bryan Granger at GrangerBW@cofc.edu

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-04-18-May-04-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-05-18-May-05-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Gwynn’s Summer Camp for Furs
    10:00 am-7:00 pm
    Apr-05-18-Apr-07-18

    Mark your calendars for Gwynn’s Summer Camp For Furs happening in-store Thursday and Friday, April 5th & 6th from 10A-6P, and Saturday, April 7th from 10A-5P! Store your fabulous furs for only $59. While they’re away, schedule your repairs, restyling and more. Furriers on site for all your fur needs. All furs welcome regardless of where purchased.

     

    -Fashion Updating

    -Cleaning/Reconditioning

    -Alterations

    -Shearing

    -Relining/Repairs

    -Monograms

    -Appraisals and more!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-06-18-May-06-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-07-18-May-07-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-08-18-May-08-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-09-18-May-09-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-10-18-May-10-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Film | Jason Moran: Looks of a Lot
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Apr-10-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    Join us for a free film screening and meet the filmmakers! 

    This documentary film follows jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran as he prepared his multimedia project “Looks of a Lot,” which was performed at the Symphony Center in Chicago in May 2014. The film follows the project’s collaboration between Moran and his trio The Bandwagon (with drummer Nasheet Waits and bassist Tarus Mateen), artist Theaster Gates, musicians Ken Vandermark, Katie Ernst, and the Kenwood Academy High School Jazz Band. The film offers an in-depth behind-the-scenes look into the project, which connects Moran’s improvised blues compositions and Gates’ thought-provoking stage constructions made out of recycled materials as they trace the artistic history of Chicago.

    A Q&A with RoundO Films’ Radiclani Clytus (Executive Producer), Gregg Conde (Cinematographer), and Anthony Gannon (Editor) will follow the screening. They will discuss the making of Looks and their latest documentary feature Geechee, a Lowcountry-based project that is currently in pre-production.

    — About Jason Moran —
    Born in Houston, Jason Moran is a world-renowned jazz pianist and composer. A recipient of a 2010 MacArthur Fellowship, Moran is known for his innovative approach to his music, one that overlaps with social histories, the visual arts, and other seemingly disparate influences. A graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, Moran’s first album Soundtrack to Human Motion was released in 1999 and featured saxophonist Greg Osby among others. He later formed The Bandwagon, a trio including drummer Nasheet Waits and bassist Tarus Mateen, with which he has recorded several albums.

    Moran’s engagements in the visual art world include projects with the 2015 Venice Biennale; dOCUMENTA 13, 2012; and the 2012 Whitney Biennial, among others. In 2008 he collaborated with Glenn Ligon on the film The Death of Tom, now in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He was commissioned by Harlem Stage in 2011 to create and perform “Fats Waller’s Dance Party,” an homage to the titular jazz musician of the first half of the twentieth century. Among other places, Moran performed “Fats Waller’s Dance Party” at the 2016 Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston in the Cistern at the College of Charleston.

    — About RoundO Films —
    Radiclani Clytus is a documentary filmmaker and historian of nineteenth-century literature. He holds a joint Ph.D. in African American Studies and American Studies from Yale University and has published articles and essays on circum-Atlantic visual culture and the expressive methodologies of Black music. He is the editor of two compilations of prose works by poet Yusef Komunyakaa: Blue Notes: Essays, Interviews, and Commentaries (2000) and Condition Red (2017). As the visiting humanities curator at the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture, he will be contributing to their upcoming joint exhibition with the Charleston Library Society titled No Sanctuary.

    Gregg Conde is a director and cinematographer based out of Brooklyn, NY. He received his BA in Photography from San Jose State University and MFA in Film Directing from Columbia University. As a cinematographer, Gregg has lensed many award-winning films, most notably Four (2012), starring Wendell Peirce in an Independent Spirit Award Nominated role, and Crystal (2014), a short narrative film premiering in competition at SXSW 2014. He is a founding member of Think/Feel a Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary creative collective.

    Anthony Gannon is a documentary film director, radio producer, and commercial editor. He holds a BA from the University of Chicago where he fostered a love for film and a rigorous work ethic. His first feature documentary experience as co-editor occurred on In A Dream (2008), which won numerous awards at festivals such as SXSW and Full Frame. This documentary was followed by his co-direction of the short film, Days Dance (2009). In 2010, he edited MINUSTAH vole kabrit, a feature that screened at IDFA, and he has also co-edited the short film Paraíso (2013), which had a significant festival run and was short-listed for an Oscar nomination.

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-11-18-May-11-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Clemson University Men of Color National Summit
    All day
    Apr-12-18-Apr-13-18

    1 EXPOSITION DRIVE, GREENVILLE, SC 29607

    1 EXPOSITION DRIVE, GREENVILLE, SC 29607

    The mission of the Clemson University Men of Color National Summit is to close the achievement gap for African-American and Hispanic males, from cradle to career. Bringing together approximately 2,000 high school and college students, business professionals, educators, government officials and community leaders from around the country, the summit will emphasize the importance of education, best practices and choices to increase high school and college graduation rates. The national conference will lead to awareness of the changing U.S. demographics by enhancing the experience of men of color through involvement and engagement, preparing them for a global mindset.

    Summit Themes

    • Career and professional development
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Masculinity/personal identity
    • Retention rates, graduation and student achievement
    • Social/community engagement

    Registration Fee

    Price includes full two-day summit and lunch both days. Registration opens October 1, 2017, and closes March 31, 2018.

    • General admission: $179
    • High school chaperones: $100
    • High school students: $50
    • Clemson University Students: $50
    • Admission for 10 people on both days of the summit, including recognition and preferred seating during keynote luncheons both days: $2,000

    For additional information, email menofcolorsummit@clemson.edu.

  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-12-18-May-12-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-13-18-May-13-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-14-18-May-14-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-15-18-May-15-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Barbering for Cosmetologist Workshop
    12:00 am
    Apr-15-18-Apr-16-18

    When it comes to improving your barbering skills and taking your career to the next level, in-person barber training with Patrick Hill “Groomsmith Extraordinaire” can help you bridge the gap between cosmetology and barbering.

    During our 2-day Barbering for Cosmetologist Workshop, you will learn clipper techniques for cutting different types of hair, how-to adjust for different ethnicities, creating some of today’s most popular looks, ways to improve your speed and more.

    It’s a chance to gain valuable insight from 25-year veteran barber, while having fun interacting with your peers.

  • A Romney Urban Garden Community Jubilee
    4:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Apr-15-18

    69 Simons St., Charleston, SC, 29403

    69 Simons St., Charleston, SC, 29403

    Come join us from 4-5 at the New Israel Reformed Episcopal Church for a celebration of music. Then at 5:15, meet us at the Romney Urban Garden for fun games, activities, food and the unveiling of our new bottle tree!

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  • Barbering for Cosmetologist Workshop
    12:00 am
    Apr-16-18-Apr-17-18

    When it comes to improving your barbering skills and taking your career to the next level, in-person barber training with Patrick Hill “Groomsmith Extraordinaire” can help you bridge the gap between cosmetology and barbering.

    During our 2-day Barbering for Cosmetologist Workshop, you will learn clipper techniques for cutting different types of hair, how-to adjust for different ethnicities, creating some of today’s most popular looks, ways to improve your speed and more.

    It’s a chance to gain valuable insight from 25-year veteran barber, while having fun interacting with your peers.

  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-16-18-May-16-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-17-18-May-17-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-18-18-May-18-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Tap Takeover @ Millers All Day
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Apr-18-18

    120 King St Charleston, SC 29401

    120 King St Charleston, SC 29401

    Join us to celebrate the brand new Millers All Day at 120 King St Downtown for a Revelry Happy Hour Takeover Wednesday April 18th from 4-7pm 

    You can expect Gullah Cream and Never Sunny NE IPA on tap as well as a few canned beers from yours truly!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-19-18-May-19-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Comfort Suites North Charleston
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Apr-19-18

    2450 Prospect Dr, North Charleston, SC 29406

    2450 Prospect Dr, North Charleston, SC 29406
    We are North Charleston’s newest and best Choice Hotel Property. Our design is new and very modern with decor that borrows from a Charleston inspiration. We offer 98 spacious suites, indoor heated salt water pool, extra large state-of-the-art fitness center, complimentary high speed wi-fi, and a complimentary full hot breakfast. We are proud to serve the North Charleston community.

     

  • South Carolina Connections Academy Free Family Information Session
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Apr-19-18

    South Carolina Connections Academya tuition-free virtual public school, will host a free information session for families interested in learning about its online program and individualized approach to education.  South Carolina Connections Academy is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI).  

     

    The information session will provide families with an opportunity to meet with a Connections Academy teacher, thoroughly explore the school’s program and curriculum, and learn about the enrollment process. Other topics covered include: how teachers interact with students in the virtual environment, personalized learning opportunities including options for accelerated learning and gifted programs, college preparation, socialization, the role of the parent or other Learning Coach, and the use of technology. 

  • Miscellany Launch Party
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Apr-19-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Miscellany, the College of Charleston’s literary magazine, seeks to showcase and celebrate the many and talented student artists and writers at the university. Each piece of work is reviewed and selected by the editor and the wonderful Miscellany student staff. Columbia’s Scholastic Press Competition has recognized Miscellany as one of the top college literary magazines in the country.

    The annual book launch & reading is going to be in the Halsey Institute galleries in conjunction with Young Contemporaries. There will be readings from selected published authors and free copies of the magazine followed by a reception.

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    • Young Contemporaries 2018
      All day
      Apr-19-18-May-19-18
      161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC
      161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

      In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

      Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

      Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

       

      The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

    • Comfort Suites North Charleston
      4:00 pm-7:00 pm
      Apr-19-18
      2450 Prospect Dr, North Charleston, SC 29406
      2450 Prospect Dr, North Charleston, SC 29406
      We are North Charleston’s newest and best Choice Hotel Property. Our design is new and very modern with decor that borrows from a Charleston inspiration. We offer 98 spacious suites, indoor heated salt water pool, extra large state-of-the-art fitness center, complimentary high speed wi-fi, and a complimentary full hot breakfast. We are proud to serve the North Charleston community.

       

    • South Carolina Connections Academy Free Family Information Session
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      Apr-19-18

      South Carolina Connections Academya tuition-free virtual public school, will host a free information session for families interested in learning about its online program and individualized approach to education.  South Carolina Connections Academy is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI).  

       

      The information session will provide families with an opportunity to meet with a Connections Academy teacher, thoroughly explore the school’s program and curriculum, and learn about the enrollment process. Other topics covered include: how teachers interact with students in the virtual environment, personalized learning opportunities including options for accelerated learning and gifted programs, college preparation, socialization, the role of the parent or other Learning Coach, and the use of technology. 

    • Miscellany Launch Party
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      Apr-19-18
      161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401
      161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

      Miscellany, the College of Charleston’s literary magazine, seeks to showcase and celebrate the many and talented student artists and writers at the university. Each piece of work is reviewed and selected by the editor and the wonderful Miscellany student staff. Columbia’s Scholastic Press Competition has recognized Miscellany as one of the top college literary magazines in the country.

      The annual book launch & reading is going to be in the Halsey Institute galleries in conjunction with Young Contemporaries. There will be readings from selected published authors and free copies of the magazine followed by a reception.

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-20-18-May-20-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-21-18-May-21-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Money Fair ’18
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    Apr-21-18

    4750 Abraham Street North Charleston, SC 29405

    4750 Abraham Street North Charleston, SC 29405

    Money Fair `1held on April 21, 2018is an educational fair dedicated to helping Charleston residents learn to invest in themselves and their financial futures. In this half-day community fair, we will offer classes, vendors, and products, all centered on creating financial freedom!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-22-18-May-22-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-23-18-May-23-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • The 2018 Charleston Forum
    7:30 am-9:30 am
    Apr-23-18-Jun-21-18

    37 John Street Charleston, SC 29403

    37 John Street Charleston, SC 29403

    The Charleston Forum is a community project that strives to provide a dialogue that moves the conversation forward, with no pre-set agenda but with a common purpose.

    The Charleston Forum began in 2016 as a group of local political, business, educational and religious leaders who wanted to provide an outlet to discuss race across many different topics. On June 16, 2017, the Forum hosted their first event to a crowd of over 900 people.Over 30 local and national speakers providing insight on the topics of economics and education, policing and criminal justice, the future of the past, and the Charleston experience.

    This year, The Forum has a narrowed focus on overcoming racial disparities in education and economics. We encourage speakers to provide solutions to the basic disparities identified in the Racial Disparities Report released by the College of Charleston. The program will be broken into two panel discussions – the touchstone for the education panel is this: white students in Charleston County graduate at a rate of 91%; black students graduate at a rate of 75%. The economics panel will address this fact: the median income for white families ($64,553) is more than double that for black families ($29,799).

    Confirmed Speakers Include:

    Sue Berkowitz, SC Appleseed Legal Justice Center

    Paris Dennard, Thurgood Marshall College Fund

    Michael Moore, International African American Museum

    John Read, Tri County Cradle to Career

    Faith Rivers James, The Citadel

    Bakari Sellers, Attorney and CNN commentator

    Alana Simmons, Hate Won’t Win

    Elliot Smalley, Public Charter School District

  • Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s National Educating America Tour Comes to Charleston
    9:00 am-2:00 pm
    Apr-23-18

    115 Meeting St Charleston, SC 29401 United States

    115 Meeting St Charleston, SC 29401 United States

     

    The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA)’s national Educating America National Tour, featuring AFA’s free Concepts in Care educational conference, free memory screenings, and much more, comes to Charleston on Monday, April 23rd. The free program is open to families affected by Alzheimer’s disease, caregivers, and anyone interested in learning more about Alzheimer’s disease.

     

     

     

                            Attendees will learn from renowned Alzheimer’s and caregiving experts, about topics such as understanding brain health and what to do about it; building a strong caregiving team; long term care options;  and expanding and enhancing holistic care and creative arts in Alzheimer’s care. A Q&A will follow each session in which attendees can ask the experts questions.  Participants will also have the opportunity to network with one other.

     

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-24-18-May-24-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-25-18-May-25-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • 25th Annual Golf Tournament benefiting Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach
    11:30 am-7:30 pm
    Apr-25-18

    Golf Club at Briar’s Creek, 4000 Briars Creek Ln, Johns Island, SC

    Golf Club at Briar’s Creek, 4000 Briars Creek Ln, Johns Island, SC

    25th Annual Golf Tournament benefiting Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach. Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach provides educational, wellness and outreach programs that break the cycle of poverty on James, Johns, and Wadmalaw Islands and Downtown Charleston.

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-26-18-May-26-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-27-18-May-27-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

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  • Young Contemporaries 2018
    All day
    Apr-28-18-May-28-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC

    In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art presents Young Contemporaries 2018.

    Now in its 33rd year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students juried by a nationally prominent juror. The exhibition reflects the strength and diversity of practice in the School of the Arts’ rigorous programs. Featuring a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints—the exhibition showcases the talent of the student body at the College. For 2018, Amy Yoes will serve as the juror.

    Concurrent with Young Contemporaries will be the Salon des Refusés exhibition, showing in the Hill Exhibition Gallery within The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The origin of the Salon des Refusés dates to Paris in 1863, when artists who had been rejected from the official Salon caused such a protest that Emperor Napoleon III ordered another exhibition held for them. Among the painters in this Salon des Refusés were Camille Pissaro, Henri Fantin-Latour, James M. Whistler, and Edouard Manet.

     

    The galleries are open 11:00AM – 4:00PM Monday – Saturday, and until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Sundays. Free admission!

  • Beautiful Boss Women in White 2018
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Apr-28-18

    7000 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC

    7000 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC

    What’s better than a group of Boss Women connecting with one another? A group of Boss Women connecting with one another AND looking phenomenal dressed in all white!

    Join us for the 3rd Annual All-White Women’s Empowerment Network Dinner — Beautiful Boss Women in White on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 — presented by the Boss Ambassador, Mrs. Kendra Logan and hosted by the gorgeous, Mrs. Janae S. Seward.

    This dinner party will provide an atmosphere for women to connect, network, and empower one another in a beautiful, drama-free setting.

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  • Free Moving Quote
    All day
    Apr-30-18-Jun-30-18

    215 Promenade Vista Street Apt. 3066 Charleston SC, 29412

    215 Promenade Vista Street Apt. 3066 Charleston SC, 29412

    Whether your move takes you just around the corner or anywhere around the Charleston area, Liberty Moves can help with it!

    Liberty Moves is a full-service moving company serving Charleston and the surrounding areas. We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured for your protection and offer a variety of services including local and long distance moving, residential and commercial moving, piano moving, and full packing services.

    Our team is comprised of dedicated, careful, experienced, and trustworthy professional movers that have a fully equipped, professional moving trucks at their disposal.

    We do our job with great customer care and satisfaction and will go an extra mile to make your moving well organized and as stress-free as possible.

    Call (843) 790-6922 to schedule your free moving quote or fill in the free quote form on our website.

    Military discounts available

    Liberty Moves

    215 Promenade Vista Street Apt. 3066

    Charleston SC, 29412

    Phone: 843-790-6922

    Hours: Monday-Sunday, 12AM-12AM

    http://libertymoves.com/locations/south-carolina/charleston/

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