When the Gibbes Museum opened in 1905, the nation celebrated what Charleston has always understood: the power of art – to inspire our imagination, heal our hurt, and nourish our souls.

Women’s Council Celebrates 60 Years

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On April 22, the Women’s Council of the Carolina Art Association/Gibbes Museum of Art celebrated 60 years of supporting the museum. The Women’s Council, founded in 1950, celebrated the milestone by announcing a partnership with the Charleston Parks Conservancy to beautify the Gibbes Courtyard garden. Thank you to the Women’s Council for your incredible efforts over the past 60 years!

Angela Mack, Ginny Brush, and Elizabeth Bradham
Angela Mack, Ginny Brush, and Elizabeth Bradham
Kathy Nistad, Peggy Theoharous, and Lee Perry
Kathy Nistad, Peggy Theoharous, and Lee Perry
Susan Dickson, Glenna Greenslit, and Marlies Tindall
Susan Dickson, Glenna Greenslit, and Marlies Tindall
Past Presidents of the Women's Council
Past Presidents of the Women’s Council

Photographs courtesy of Charleston Picture Company.

 

Published May 28, 2010

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