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Community Day

On December 12th, nearly 400 people visited the Gibbes for some holiday cheer during our free Community Day.  Sponsored by the Jr. League of Charleston, this day of family fun…

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Christo Tickets Now on Sale

Join the Gibbes on April 13, 2010 for a memorable evening with the world-renowned artist Christo. For over forty years, Christo and Jeanne-Claude have collaborated on large-scale art projects using…

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Behind-the-Scenes at the Gibbes

Hello to all the Gibbes blog readers! My name is Zinnia Willits and I am the Collections Manager here at the Gibbes. What is a Collections Manager you ask? In…

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Cell Phone Audio Tour

Did you know the Gibbes offers a cell phone audio tour? And the best part is that it’s free! The audio tour allows you to access in-depth information about the…

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Awards

Mary Whyte Art Educator Award

The Gibbes is currently accepting nominations for the 2010 Mary Whyte Art Educator Award. Established in 2007, the award is designed to honor a high school visual art teacher in…

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Upcoming Community Day

Mark your calendars for the next Jr. League of Charleston Community Day at the Gibbes on Saturday, December 12. This free day of family fun will help you get in…

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Women in Art: Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe

Another packed house enjoyed the final installment of the Women in Art lecture series, a phenomenal talk given by photographer Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe. Jeanne captivated the audience with tales of her…

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Brian Rutenberg Opening Reception and Preview

The crowd for the Brian Rutenberg opening reception and preview was as colorful as the incredible works on view. It was clear that the lingering excitement from Brian’s lecture the night…

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Permanent Collection

New Acquisition

The Gibbes recently acquired a work entitled Church Street, Charleston by Karl Zerbe (1903 – 1972). A German-born artist, Zerbe came to the United States in 1934 to escape Nazi…

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Programs

Women in Art

It’s not too late to buy tickets for the incredibly popular Women in Art lecture series!  A sold out crowd enjoyed the Sargent’s Women lecture and reception on November 4, and…

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