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Carolina Paroquet (detail), 1935, by Anna Heyward Taylor

Artist SpotlightPermanent Collection

Lost Species Preserved by Artist’s Hand

We recently changed some of the works on display from the permanent collection and one of my favorite pieces is now on view: Anna Heyward Taylor’s Carolina Paroquet. Not only…

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Exhibitions

Art Love: A Collector shares her Passion

My favorite way to spend a free day is wandering through the galleries of a Museum, exploring the exhibitions and collections. Whether it’s right here at the Gibbes or when…

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EducationKids at the GibbesPermanent Collection

All-Access Pass to Inspiration and Authentic Art Experiences

“Every child is an artist.” –Picasso I couldn’t agree more with Picasso’s quote, and therefore believe every child should have access to inspiring art in a beautiful, local museum. I…

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Gibbes Staff

Behind the ScenesGeneral

Setting Goals for 2017

At this time last year, the Gibbes staff had turned the page on 2015 and was staring down the gauntlet of a heavy to-do list in order to reopen the…

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Press ReleasesRenovation Plans

The Gibbes Museum of Art Opens Café

Café Gibbes brings together local Southern food and art for museumgoers and public CHARLESTON, S.C., Dec. 5, 2016 – Today the Gibbes Museum of Art announced that the grand opening…

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Boone Hall Plantation, ca. 1925, by Edwin Harleston

GeneralPermanent Collection

Art Sparks Grateful Memories

In October, Lasley Steever, the Gibbes Museum’s director of adult programs and digital engagement, and also my (wonderful) internship supervisor, asked me to write a blog in honor of the…

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Gazing Ball (Rubens, Tiger Hunt), 2015, by Jeff Koons

EducationPress ReleasesPrograms

The Gibbes Museum of Art’s Distinguished Lecture Series Presents Jeff Koons

Artist to speak about his life and work CHARLESTON, S.C., October 3, 2016 – Recognized throughout the world for pioneering new approaches to the readymade and elevating everyday objects to…

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Manifest, 2010, by Stacy Lynn Waddell

Artist SpotlightEducationPrograms

Up Next: Visiting Artist Stacy Lynn Waddell

Next week the Gibbes welcomes Stacy Lynn Waddell to Charleston as part of our Visiting Artist Program. Stacy is a fascinating artist who employs a wide range of innovative materials…

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Alicia Henry, 1858 Prize Winner

AwardsPress Releases

Gibbes Museum’s Society 1858 Announces $10,000 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art

Media Alert: Each year, the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art is presented by Society 1858, a member auxiliary group of the Gibbes Museum of Art. Society 1858 is pleased…

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ClassesEducation

Summer Art *Camp* for Adults

“I can’t draw a straight line!” or “I can’t draw a stick figure!” These are two comments I hear often. I usually respond with “That’s great! …because you don’t need…

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