Register for a lunchtime Art History seminar or enjoy an evening lecture; improve your watercolor technique or encourage a child’s creativity with an after-school drawing class.
The first AIDS diagnosis in the state of South Carolina was in 1982. Four decades later, the Gibbes joins MUSC Arts in Healing and the Waring Library for We Are All Affected: 40 Years of HIV/AIDS in SC. As a part of the three-day symposium, artist and founder of the Silence=Death campaign Avram Fink...LEARN MORE
Join Fred Wilson and Executive Director Angela Mack in a special conversation that will mark the occasion of the unveiling of the artist’s latest installation. Inspired by Charleston, history, and the story of scholar and enslaved person, Omar Idn Said, Wilson will share his journey creating the ...LEARN MORE
In this introduction to printmaking workshop, students will learn the process of creating a small relief print from start to finish; from getting the image on to the block, to carving, all the way to creating an edition of prints.LEARN MORE
Keeping the safety of our campers, teachers, staff members, and their families at top of mind, we have decided to move forward with in-person camp with smaller camp classes and increased safety measures, including mandatory masks for all students, teachers, interns, and Gibbes staff.Join any wait li...LEARN MORE