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This exhibition explores the influence of Mexican art and culture upon American artists in the mid twentieth century, particularly artists associated with the Charleston Renaissance. Mexico and the Charleston Renaissance features paintings and works on paper from the Gibbes Collection by William Halsey, Anna Heyward Taylor, George Biddle, Charles Wilbert White, Edward Middleton Manigault and Corrie McCallum.
This summer, I have been interning with the Curatorial and Collections departments as part of a long-standing partnership between the University of Virginia’s Institute for Public History and the Gibbes…READ MORE
This summer, Charleston Jazz is celebrating artists inspiring each other, so we’re thrilled to collaborate with the Gibbes Museum for our new summer series entitled The Art of Jazz. This…READ MORE
Summer Art Camp at the Gibbes is in full swing, and the campers are diving into projects and relishing the behind-the-scenes tours and “celebrity guest” visitors that round out the…READ MORE
Thursday, June 15th, 2017 I open the black leather bound book with the low relief letters forming the words “Ship’s Log” in preparation for our adventure and begin to record…READ MORE