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  • Summerville G-Net Social Networking & Happy Hour
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    May-10-18

    104 East Doty Ave, Summerville, SC 29483

    104 East Doty Ave, Summerville, SC 29483

    Network. Have fun. Make friends. Do business.

    The details

    Food and refreshments are available for purchase at the restaurant. Sponsors will bring door prizes. Join us for this fun event in a casual atmosphere. With ice breakers and great conversation, this event is the ideal opportunity to make business connections.

    What is G-Net Events?

    G-Net is a networking event for professionals that want to have fun and make GREAT business friendships. Learn more about us at www.gnetevents.com.

    Networking is a large aspect of the business community and we are proud to host regular events for all professionals of the community.

    Who can attend?

    Anyone. Regardless if you are a member of GBN, BNI, Chambers, CHART, or other networking organizations, we welcome you to meet other professionals and be able to work together at our G-Net Events.

    Sponsors

    The Spa, Stingray Branding, and Tax Pros Plus

    FAQ’S

    How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

    Email us at info@gbnonline.com for more info.

    What can I bring into the event?

    Make sure to bring plenty of business cards to hand out during the networking event.

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  • G-Net Annual Retreat Caribbean Cruise
    All day
    May-15-18

    7679 Dorchester Rd, North Charleston, SC 29418

    7679 Dorchester Rd, North Charleston, SC 29418

    Join us for our 4th annual Networking Retreat with G-Net Events. We are proud to also welcome the North Charleston Chamber of Commerce as a Co-Sponsor. With over 100 people joining us over the last 3 years we are going to have a blast with 50+ professionals again this year. Create great relationships with amazing people while partaking in a world class vacation and benefiting from a tax write-off.

    What’s Included

    Industry leading trainings on networking, business, and personal development
    50+ fantastic, positive, fun networking professionals are going
    All Cruise Amenities- Food, Activities, Room, Travel
    Cocktail Party
    GBN Game
    Visiting 2 Ports
    Tax Write Off (if the 6 total hours of mandatory fun are attended)
    & memories you’ll want to relive over and over

    When & Where

    October 20-25, 2018 via the Carnival Ecstasy
    to Princess Cays & Nassau

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Check in, dinner, personal time
    Day 2: 2 hour mandatory fun/seminar, speed networking, & personal time
    Day 3: Princess Cays & Goofball Networking Game
    Day 4: Nassau & Comedy Night
    Day 5: 2 hour mandatory fun/seminar, cocktail hour, & personal time

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-18-18-Jul-07-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • Opening Reception for The Carrion Cheer
    6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    May-18-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Join us at 6:30PM to celebrate the opening of The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy!

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

     

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-19-18-Jul-08-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • Summerville Community Wellness & Safety Expo
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    May-19-18

    125 Pressley Avenue Summerville, SC 29483

    125 Pressley Avenue Summerville, SC 29483

    Join us for a day of fun for kids and adults, as we learn about staying active, healthy, and safe for life!

    Event is free and open to the public. Hosted in partnership with Medical University of South Carolina and Wesley United Methodist Church.

  • Artists Talks for The Carrion Cheer
    2:00 pm-10:45 am
    May-19-18-Jul-07-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Join us at 2:00PM to hear from Germany-based artist duo, Böhler & Orendt, who will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

     

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-20-18-Jul-09-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • No Way Out Brunch & Block Party
    12:00 pm-4:00 pm
    May-20-18

    1020 King Street Charleston, SC 29403

    1020 King Street Charleston, SC 29403

    Do Work Media & The Family present “No Way Out” Brunch & Block Party! This is an ode to Diddy and Bad Boy Records so come ready to indulge in ALL the Bad Boy throwbacks. Dress to impress! DJ SCrib on the 1s and 2s!

    A portion of our proceeds will go to First African Child Development Center in Downtown, Charleston! Do it for the kids!!

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-21-18-Jul-10-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-22-18-Jul-11-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-23-18-Jul-12-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • Charleston MS Community Connection
    6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    May-23-18

    1735 N Woodmere Dr, Charleston, SC 29407, USA

    1735 N Woodmere Dr, Charleston, SC 29407, USA

    The Charleston MS Community Connection if a group of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society bringing people together who share common life experiences for support, education and mutual aid.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-24-18-Jul-13-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-25-18-Jul-14-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • Silent House Party 3
    7:00 pm-11:00 pm
    May-25-18

    1056 King Street Charleston, SC 29403

    1056 King Street Charleston, SC 29403

    Do Work Media and Coffee & Dutches Podcast Present Silent House Party 3!
    Do Work Media and Coffee & Dutches Podcast is back at it again! Silent House Party 3 will be in full effect at a ReDux Contemporary Art Center on May 25th! If you missed the first two, then come out and experience the best Silent Headphone “House” Party around!

    3x the space, 3x the headphones, 3x the lituation

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-26-18-Jul-15-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-27-18-Jul-16-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-28-18-Jul-17-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-29-18-Jul-18-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-30-18-Jul-19-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

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  • The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy
    All day
    May-31-18-Jul-20-18

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    161 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

    Germany-based artist duo Böhler & Orendt will create an immersive installation in the galleries of the Halsey Institute. Naming it a “makeshift transdimensional stopover camp,” the installation will consist of several tents through which viewers can walk. Each tent will feature an apparition of an extinct animal, such as a Steller’s Sea Cow, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Pinta Island Tortoise, which will appear as a projection on a screen of mist. The extinct animals will appear in chorus to sing a song of forgiveness to humans for causing their ultimate extinction. The tents will also feature cave painting-like drawings of the animals’ encounters with humans.

    While whimsical and imaginative, the installation will comment on humans’ relationship with the world around us. As all of the animals featured in the exhibition have gone extinct between 1768 and the present, their demise can be blamed on in part by the Industrial Revolution and the destruction of habitats all over the planet. Böhler & Orendt’s project confronts the notion that humans are thought as the most intelligent beings, as they suggest these animals are capable of traveling through time and dimensions to revisit us. Furthermore, the installation comments on the plight of refugees in the West by creating a stopover camp in the galleries. Addressing an increasingly politicized issue of refugees, this installation will provoke viewers to contemplate their own relationships with the communities, environments, and issues that comprise our global social fabric.

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Böhler & Orendt’s work in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Bryan Granger, Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the Halsey Institute. The Carrion Cheer is an official offering of Piccolo Spoleto 2018.

     

    Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The Halsey Institute is open from 110:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the following Sundays in honor of Piccolo Spoleto, May 27, June 3, and June 9. Admission to the galleries is always free and they are open to the public.

  • When I First Remember – Piccolo Spoleto Festival
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    May-31-18

    222 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29401

    222 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29401

    Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Presents ‘When I First Remember’, an interactive musical play by Lady In White Productions. Experience a journey through the eyes and the voices of the Gullah Geechee heritage and community, a blend of true events from the city of Historic Charleston’s slave trade and the survival of the enslaved Africans. ‘When I First Remember’, a bittersweet story filled with commemorations dedicated to the storytelling, dancing, and music of the Gullah Geechee Culture, rooted right here in the Lowcountry. 

    The evening continues with a marketplace where attendees can meet the actors as well as purchase artisan crafts, goods and cuisine from local Gullah-Geechee vendors.

    Old Bethel United Methodist Church

    222 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401

    7PM-9PM

    TICKETS: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/991470

    CAST
    Samelia Adams – Director
    Queen E Atterberry – Conjure Woman and Producer
    Rose Atterberry – Momma Hattie
    Duane Branch – Buster
    Morganne Lamberth – Tissie
    Chaquis Maliq – Olivia the Song Bird
    Sharon Cooper-Murray – The Gullah Lady
    Leneke G. Washington – Elsie

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