Gibbes Museum in the News: June 22 – July 4

Charleston Business Magazine’s June/July issue featured an in-depth piece with stunning photos of the renovated museum and first-floor programming.

Tidelines, Seabrook Island’s community blog, included a post on the Art of Healing: Porgy and Bess, Behind the Curtain event.

The Gibbes had a visit from social media influencer “The Bowtie Gent,” who posted a beautiful photo on Instagram on the second floor of the Gibbes.

Southern Living mentioned the Gibbes as one of the best venues to get married in South Carolina. Why they love it: For the bride and groom who love the idea of getting married surrounded by beautiful works of art, this recently restored space is to die for. And the chic courtyard is magnificent for photos.

Charleston Gateway Magazine featured a glowing review of the Gibbes reopening.

PBS News Hour recently featured a short video about Porgy and Bess that highlighted some of the beautiful Jonathan Green works currently on display at the Gibbes.

In case you missed it, Charleston Magazine featured a lovely collection of images from the Gibbes Gala. Enjoy!

The latest issue of Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC) magazine features a Bo Bartlett painting on the cover. Gibbes enthusiasts will recognize the work from The Things We Carry exhibition currently on display. The SEMC issue includes great coverage of the Gibbes reopening and our special exhibitions.


Published July 5, 2016

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