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ExhibitionsPermanent Collection

Last Chance to Vote for People’s Choice: A Community-Curated Exhibition!

When we decided to invite the public to vote on their favorite works of art from our permanent collection, we weren’t sure what to expect. We wondered if an unexpected…

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EducationExhibitions

A Mad Hatter Inspired by the Gibbes

Thirty-one years ago, Charleston welcomed us—my husband John, our two young children, Rough our Jack Russell terrier, and me, a painter, potter, and art teacher. We had left our stone…

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Behind the ScenesExhibitionsPermanent Collection

A Commitment to Conservation: Alice Smith’s Rice Plantation Series

When you walk into the galleries of the Gibbes, you expect exquisite works of art beautifully framed, lit, installed, and interpreted for your visual and intellectual pleasure. And while this…

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Artist SpotlightExhibitions

Andreas Karales’ Memories of his Father, James

How does a photograph stand the test of time? What makes it different than one taken at the same moment and place? Many people have told me that the photographs…

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ExhibitionsPermanent Collection

People's Choice: A Community-Curated Exhibition

This week, we launched our People’s Choice website: www.gibbespeopleschoice.org. This website was created to allow the community to vote on their favorite artworks from a selection of 140 objects in…

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EventsExhibitions

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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Exhibitions

Celebrating the Life and Work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today, as we witness the second inauguration of our first African American president, we will also celebrate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It has been…

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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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Artist SpotlightExhibitions

Artist Spotlight: Mark Catesby (1683–1749)

In conjunction with the 300th anniversary of Mark Catesby’s first voyage to the New World, the Gibbes is hosting a special exhibition of Catesby’s prints and two rare bound volumes…

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Exhibitions

Memphis Music, the King, and All the Others

Me and Elvis we were cool with the chicks We had a smooth delivery and we knew how to get our kicks Me and Elvis never worried ‘bout the cops…

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