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A New Twist on Art Programming

“So… what exactly is exciting about a museum?” I get that question a lot when I try to explain to people what keeps us on our toes here at the…

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Kiawah Residents Open Homes to the Gibbes

The thirteen-annual Kiawah Art & House Tour, sponsored by the member auxiliary group, Gibbes, etc., will take place on Friday, April 5, 2013, from 1 to 5pm. We will have…

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Art of Design: Luncheon, Lecture, and Auction!

Everyone at the Gibbes Museum is excited in anticipation of the Art of Design Luncheon & Lecture that will be held in the tented museum courtyard on March 15 at…

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Society 1858’s Winter Party: Habanero Rhythm!

How do you capture the essence of something like artist Jonathan Green’s personal art collection and translate it into a party? A collection which Green and partner Richard Weedman have…

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Vibrant Vision: The Collection of Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman

People throughout the south are familiar with Jonathan Green’s paintings. He is beloved by many for his vibrant depictions of Gullah life and culture in the Lowcountry. Few, however, are…

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An Art on Paper Fair for Everyone

For several years I have been dreaming of hosting an art fair at the Gibbes. I could see it perfectly in my mind: booths of beautiful artwork, a festive opening…

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Hunley Park Elementary Adds Scenic Views for Charleston Marathoners

Mrs. Coyle’s fourth grade art classes at Hunley Park Elementary School have been on a “Grand Tour” in true Charlestonian fashion, visiting Greece, Italy, Egypt, Japan, and Africa to learn…

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Community Days for Everyone

As the Associate Curator of Education, Community Days are a highlight of my job. I organize these family-friendly, free days four times a year. But Community Days are not just…

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An Eventful Summer

When I arrived in Charleston in May after two days and just over a thousand miles in the car, I wasn’t completely sure of what I was getting myself into….

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Intern Perspective: Planning and Promoting Happenings at the Gibbes

Since January, I have been gifted with the opportunity to intern behind the scenes at the Gibbes. Before my internship began, I was not sure of what I was getting…

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