Gibbes Museum in the News
June 1 – June 15

Gibbes Visiting Artist Charles Williams

TOWN Carolina out of Greenville featured a beautiful article on the Catesby exhibition.

Artist William Dunlap discussed his work on display at the Gibbes during an interview with Fox 24 last week.

Hyperallergic, a Brooklyn-based online art publication, published a piece on the Catesby exhibition and interview with Angela Mack.

The Gibbes’ visiting artist Charles Williams was featured in The Post and Courier’sVisual art on full display at Piccolo Spoleto.

“The Curious Mister Catesby” was included in The Post and Courier’sThings to Do” on Tuesday.

Holy City Sinner and Charleston Regional Business Journal’s BizWire featured the Coastal Expeditions and Catesby in the Carolinas announcement.

LowcountryBizSC’s video interview with Executive Director Angela Mack was featured the week of June 5. Watch it here!

Tidelines, Seabrook Island’s community blog, and Charleston City Paper featured the Duda Lucena Trio performance at the Gibbes online.

Holy City Sinner, Charleston Regional Business Journal’s e-newsletter and Charleston City Paper announced the Gibbes’ partnership with Blue Star Museums.

The Gibbes’ curator-led tour of Out of the Wild was featured in The Post and Courier’sThings to Do.” The tour was also highlighted as a “spotlight” event in Charleston Scene.
The “Art of Jazz” summer music series was featured in the Post and Courier’s Charleston Scene online and in print.

Exhibition to Expedition” was included in Charleston Scene’s “My Charleston Weekend.”

Charleston City Paper featured an article about Gibbes visiting artist Charles Williams last week.

The June 14 “Art of Jazz” performance was included in The Post and Courier as a top item “to do.”

Charleston Currents’GOOD NEWS” section included the Gibbes/Blue Star Museums partnership online.

The Post and Courier reviewed the exhibition Artist, Naturalist, Explorer: Mark Catesby in the Carolinas.

Charleston City Paper listed the Gibbes in the recent article “Three pro tips to make the most out of Charleston art museums this summer.”

Top image: Visiting Artist Charles Williams speaks with high school students about his current project entitled Child’s Play.


Published June 15, 2017

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