In what has become a venerable tradition at the College of Charleston, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art is excited to present Young Contemporaries 2019!
Now in its 34th year, the exhibition features work by College of Charleston students selected 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.
The juror for Young Contemporaries 2019 is Dan Estabrook.
The exhibition is open 11:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Saturday, open until 7:00PM on Thursdays. Closed on Mondays. Free admission and open to the public!
Sharpen your professional skills by learning tips and best practices to help you land your next job during this workshop series presented by Palmetto CAP. Lunch is provided, and registration is required. Please call 843-722-7550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. The following topics will be covered during the series:
April 1: Dressing for Interview Success
April 2: Building a Better Resume April 3: Interviewing with Confidence This workshop series is part of Money Smart Week. Visit ccpl.org/msw2019 for the complete schedule of programs offered at CCPL branches throughout Charleston County.
#MoneyMatters is a program for teens and young adults that covers the newest apps for managing spending and budgeting. Share money tips with friends, talk about spending goals, and plan how to achieve those goals. Remember to bring your smart phone! This program is presented by Katie-Marie Lewis of Fox Palmetto CAP. This is a Money Smart Week program; visit ccpl.org/msw2019 for the complete schedule of money management programs offered at CCPL branches throughout Charleston County.
To commemorate the 55th anniversary of the end of lawful segregation in restaurants, and to highlight the local dining divides that still persist, The Post and Courier is collecting stories from Charleston-area residents who remember the first time they ate in a white-owned restaurant. If you’d like to participate in this important project that celebrates regular people who played an important role in black history, please join a scheduled recording session. Memories collected during this documentary project will eventually be shared with the community through newspaper stories and library events, so please encourage friends, neighbors and relatives to visit an interview station.
Learn about money management skills, credit scores, and how to manage and reduce debt in an effort to reach financial stability and achieve your dreams. This session is taught by Peter McClintock of Increasing H.O.P.E., a local non-profit organization that provides additional resources for your financial success. This is a Money Smart Week program; visit ccpl.org/msw2019 for the complete schedule of money management programs offered at CCPL branches throughout Charleston County.