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Gibbes Museum in the News: July-August 2018

Exhibitions Consultant Pam Wall appears on Fox 24 News Now to promote Leo Twiggs as the 2018 winner of the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Art.

Leo Twiggs made headlines as this year’s winner of the Society 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art! See coverage from ABC News 4, Charleston City Paper, Charleston Currents, The Post and Courier, Charleston Chronicle, Fox 24 News, WCBD News 2, the Times & Democrat, and more.

Charleston Scene spotlighted the Gibbes as the perfect back-to-school stop for families with kids.

New York Lifestyles included the Gibbes in a roundup of Charleston “Highlights, History & Heritage.”

Director of Curatorial Affairs Sara Arnold appeared on Live5 News’ new lifestyle media brand, Lowcountry Weekend, to talk about all of the opportunities at the Gibbes this fall.

Charleston GRIT featured the Gibbes as part of the Charleston Heritage Federation Passport.

An editor at Charleston GRIT chronicled her “Afternoon at the Gibbes.”

Live 5 News aired a segment on the Kids on Point “This is America” exhibit that happened at the Gibbes.

Art Forum featured Radcliffe Bailey: Pensive as a Critic’s Pick exhibition.

The Gibbes’ own Angela Mack was featured in a Post and Courier article covering the Johnson Collection.

Published August 24, 2018

Top Image: Exhibitions Consultant Pam Wall appears on Fox 24 News Now to promote Leo Twiggs as the 2018 winner of the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Art.

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