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VISITING ARTISTS

The Gibbes strives to provide access to contemporary art through a vibrant Visiting Artist series.

Complementing our exhibition program, the Visiting Artist series promotes creativity, introduces new art forms, provides perspective on larger community issues, encourages freedom of thought, and connects with the broadest possible audience.

The program features 6 – 8 contemporary artists annually, whose work contributes to a new understanding of art in the South. Invitations are extended to emerging and nationally recognized artists whose work aligns with the Museum’s Collection Profile; whose work is in the Collection; or who have been identified as a finalist or winner of the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art.

Artists who currently reside in South Carolina can apply for a 4 – 6 week Visiting Artist session with a proposal introducing their current studio practice, artwork content, and type of project they would like to accomplish through a residency at the Gibbes Museum of Art.

South Carolina Artist studio sessions for 2021 are:

February 22 - March 21, 2021 (Session I) May 3 - 30, 2021 (Session II)
August 30 - September 26, 2021 (Session III) October 25 - November 21, 2021 (Session IV)

Applications are now accepted year-round and reviewed by a committee of Gibbes Museum of Art staff members and diverse arts professionals on a quarterly basis. Before you apply, please download and review the Requirements and Rules, Eligibility, and FAQs. Entries must be submitted via Slideroom





VISITING ARTISTS
Andrea Hazel

Andrea Hazel

A native of Charleston, SC, Andrea Hazel has been immersed in watercolors since 2001, preserving the beauty and color of the Lowcountry in her paintings.

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Gina Iacovelli

Gina Iacovelli

Inspired by mourning jewelry of the 18th & 19th centuries, Gina lacovelli designs keepsakes that incorporate the nearly-lost art of tablebraiding hair into jewelry.

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Antwon Ford

Antwon Ford

Antwon Ford began learning the art of sweetgrass basketry at the age of four. He now applies mathematics and science to create modern sculptures from these materials

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Katherine Dunlap

Katherine Dunlap

Katherine Dunlap creates paintings that exist in a realm between truth and memory, creating a visual recollection of an idealized place.

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David Boatwright

David Boatwright

Painting under the mantel Lucky Boy Art, David Boatwright's iconic murals and hand-painted signs have become integral parts of Charleston's cityscape.

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Kristi Ryba

Kristi Ryba

Kristi Ryba enchants viewers with her narrative works, combining handmade egg tempera painting with subjects that explore contemporary events and issues of morality.

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Kristy Bishop

Kristy Bishop

Kristy Bishop is a fiber artist focused on weaving, natural dyeing, surface design, and historically-inspired costume.

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Mary Jackson

Mary Jackson

Mary Jackson is an internationally-recognized master of sweetgrass basketry.

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Fletcher Williams

Fletcher Williams

Fletcher Williams III is a Charleston-based interdisciplinary artist whose art-making practice is rooted in a Southern vernacular.

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Tim Hussey

Tim Hussey

Tim Hussey's work can be described as ambiguous abstraction mainly composed of frenetic forms and indiscernible space. He grew up in Charleston, SC.

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Events
Creating Supernatural Characters and Stories: Illustration Workshop with Clare Pernice for ages 8-11

Creating Supernatural Characters and Stories: Illustration Workshop with Clare Pernice for ages 8-11

CLASS FULL

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Virtual Workshop for Ages 7-10: Pop Art

Virtual Workshop for Ages 7-10: Pop Art

Celebrate this election day with art! Join Fallon Peper, Teaching Artist with the Gibbes, for a fun, interactive session for ages 7-10. The session starts with a brief presentation about Andy Warhol a...

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Museums on Us Weekend

Museums on Us Weekend

The Bank of America Museums on Us program offers free admission to more than 220 cultural institutions nationwide during the first full weekend of every month, and the Gibbes Museum of Art is pleased ...

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Arts Integration Professional Development: Art and Social Justice

Arts Integration Professional Development: Art and Social Justice

Inspired by our current exhibition Building a Legacy: The Vibrant Vision Collection of Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman, the Gibbes Museum is excited to offer a series of professional development se...

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