OPEN TODAY 1-5pm
OPEN
Through our complicated history, through light and shadow, we have persevered – humanity intact.
Art is the reason.

NEWS

Category: Events Archives | Page 3 of 10 | Gibbes Museum of Art

Water Ripple Effect

ClassesEducationEventsPrograms

Art of Healing: Embracing the Fall

Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are. – Chinese Proverb Embrace the Fall (ETF) is the essential roadmap for turning our biggest challenges into…

READ MORE

EventsPress Releases

‘Downton Abbey’ Jewelry Designer to Give Lecture at Gibbes Annual Art of Design Luncheon

For Immediate Release: Attendees can view and purchase handcrafted pieces from Andrew Prince’s collection after event. CHARLESTON, S.C., February 12, 2016 – Acclaimed jewelry designer Andrew Prince will visit Charleston…

READ MORE

Events

A Throwback to the Stork Club

When my co-chair Jay Benson and I originally started brainstorming for this year’s Society 1858 Winter Party, all we knew for sure was that we wanted to do something no…

READ MORE

Behind the ScenesEducationEventsExhibitions

Staff Resolutions for 2016

2015 has been a wonderful year, and we’re grateful for the support from our members, donors, volunteers, board members, and corporate partners—a community coming together to make the arts in…

READ MORE

EducationEvents

The Gift of the Gibbes

I’ve been working at the Gibbes for a little over a year now and I’ve been sharing my love for this fabulous institution with family and friends. I’ve taken my…

READ MORE

Behind the ScenesEventsExhibitions

Many Moving Parts – A Gallerist’s Perspective

[While the Gibbes Museum is closed, we find ourselves aching to interact with real-live art. The pictures online are nice to glance at, but it can’t replace the experience of…

READ MORE

Artist SpotlightEvents

The Secret Language of Cloth, an Interview with Susan Hull Walker

Susan Hull Walker, who founded ibu in 2013, studied World Religions at Harvard Divinity School and served for eighteen years as a minister in Maine, San Francisco, and Charleston, SC. When she…

READ MORE

Artist SpotlightEvents

1858 Prize Finalist Deborah Luster

Deborah Luster, a finalist for the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art, from New Orleans, Louisiana, investigates the violence of her home city through photographs. Her mother was a homicide…

READ MORE

Events

Hearts Mend Hearts, Charleston Heals Through Art

Laura De La Maza and Dianne Tennyson Vincent reached out to the Gibbes Museum after the tragic shootings at the Mother Emanuel AME church. They wanted to do something to help…

READ MORE

Events

A Community United, a conversation with organizer Mickey Bakst

  Mickey Bakst, General Manager of the Charleston Grill, has done it again. He has reached out to the Charleston food and beverage community to ask for their help in honoring the victims,…

READ MORE