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Giving Thanks at the Gibbes

As 2018 draws to a close, it’s nice to pause and reflect on all that’s happened this year, and what we are grateful for. Below are just a few things…

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Carey Morton, Visiting Artist

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A Glimpse into Studio 2 with Visiting Artist Carey Morton

After completing my graduate studies at Clemson University, I was fortunate enough to join the studio art faculty at the College of Charleston. The good news kept coming as I…

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Join Nina Collins at the Gibbes Museum of Art as she discusses a movement for women over forty, What Would Virginia Woolf Do?, on October 24.

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Developing Your Personal Brand Through Social by Nina Lorez Collins

Three years ago this month, when I was 46, I started a secret Facebook group purely for my own entertainment. The idea was to create a safe and funny space…

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Join us one Friday each month for our new series, Yoga in the Rotunda.

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Restore. Relax. Renew. Yoga in the Rotunda

Yoga and art have both played an integral role in my life, and the fact that I am now able to teach yoga once a month at the Gibbes is…

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Folk art collector Barbara Gordon at a previous opening of A Shared Legacy.

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Folk Art in America — A Collector’s Perspective

Throughout the thirty years that I’ve been collecting, I have tried to accumulate the best in category, the rarest, and the objects that represented the true American work ethic. It’s…

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Treasures along the stroll

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A Stroll in Search of the Perfect Treasure

Charleston is so fortunate to have a premier collection of shops featuring antiques—as well as fine and decorative arts—situated within just two city blocks along lower King Street. Housed in…

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Juliana Falk, Accidental Preservationist

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The Accidental Preservationist

Two and a half years ago, I moved to Charleston to pursue a research internship at the Simon Jude Chancognie House located on Laurens Street in the historic Ansonborough neighborhood….

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La Sagrada Familia (The Holy Family), 1964, by Silvio Miranda (Nicaraguan, b. 1938)

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Pan American Modernism exhibition includes significant works from well-known artists, including Man Ray and Diego Riviera

CHARLESTON, S.C., October 10, 2017 – The Gibbes Museum of Art recently opened a new major traveling exhibition titled Pan American Modernism: Avant-Garde Art in Latin America and the United…

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Ben Sollee - Ditch the Van tour

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Along for the Ride—Music Manager Matthew Fritz on Ben Sollee

I first saw Ben Sollee in 2009 at a club in Boulder, Colorado, called the Fox Theater. At the time I was a regular at the Fox, hanging out there…

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Olivier Widmaier Picasso. Image by Lyon Heart Studio

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The Gibbes Museum of Art’s Distinguished Lecture Series Presents Olivier Picasso

Grandson of Pablo Picasso to speak about his life’s work CHARLESTON, S.C., August 7, 2017 – The Gibbes Museum of Art announced today that Olivier Widmaier Picasso, renowned author, producer,…

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