Art

Local attorney Jo Watson Hackl crafts an empowering young adult tale
A writer and her young family set out to make new vacation traditions on Edisto Island
For multimedia artist Sarah Mandell, a creative residency park-side provides natural inspiration
Dr. Thomas Strange brings a medley of musical history to Heritage Green at the Carolina Music Museum
Brevard, North Carolina, offers supreme musical moments during its three-month summer festival
The Gibbes Museum commemorates Charleston’s ever-evolving landscape
An author reflects on his relentless affection for America’s pastime
A mother-daughter team turns handcrafted paper flowers into a beautiful business
Artisphere’s performance line-up offers three days of beat blasting, foot-tapping tunes
From across the state they shine. The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts & Humanities has become a launching pad for young artists, and here are five you should get to know.
Charleston illustrator Timothy Banks, our May Issue cover artist, brings whimsical characters to the page
Artisphere’s Emerging Artists Michelle Jardines and Erin Stuart present 2-D and 3-D works at this year’s festival

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