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.
Come explore the Gibbes Museum of Art and learn about our digital learning tools and virtual lesson plans. We will announce our 2021-2022 schedule of professional development sessions, both virtual and in-person. While we might not be ready to jump back into school field-trips just yet, the Gibbes i...LEARN MORE
The Gibbes presents Habit Forming, Paintings by past Visiting Artist Alex Waggoner from June 18 – August 14, 2021, in the Ruth and Bill Baker Art Sales Gallery.LEARN MORE
Join us for a Virtual Storytime in collaboration with the Charleston County Public Library. Families will enjoy stories and songs inspired by temporary exhibitions and works in the permanent collection and recorded in the Gibbes galleries. Storytime will air on Facebook @theGibbesMuseum.LEARN MORE
World-renowned specialist in Japanese fine art and contributing author to the Lasting Impressions catalogue Sebastian Izzard, Ph.D., will join Gibbes curator Sara Arnold and author and editor Stephen Hoffius to discuss the art of connoisseurship through the lens of Charleston collector, Motte Alston...LEARN MORE