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Take it to the Street Party

Here are a few photos from last month’s fabulous Take it to the Street Party that celebrated the opening of Modern Masters from the Ferguson Collection. For the festive affair the Gibbes shut down Meeting Street while guests enjoyed music, entertainment, and food by Charleston’s most celebrated chefs. Want to see more photos from the event? Click here to view the entire gallery of photographs by Charleston Picture Company.

Michael Doniger, Alice Wyatt, Janice Doniger, Hunter Higgison, and Lance Wyatt

Michael Doniger, Alice Wyatt, Janice Doniger, Hunter Higgison, and Lance Wyatt

 

Barbara Zimmerman and Janice Waring

Barbara Zimmerman and Janice Waring

 

Jim and Esther Ferguson with Mary and Sam Waters

Jim and Esther Ferguson with Mary and Sam Waters

 

Jane Anderson, Theresa and Roy Green, Dick Smartt

Jane Anderson, Theresa and Roy Green, Dick Smartt

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