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BY: Ayoka Lucas
Remember Kristy Bishop? Well, she teamed up with Camela Guevara and five other forces in the Charleston arts community to bring you Charleston Supported Art, or CSA, which just officially...
BY: Instant Grit
The Blog of the Week is... Pecha Kucha 20: A 40-Something-Photo-Recap by Hunter Boone. He was at Parliament Charleston's 20th such event, and got a ton of photos of those who attended, spoke, sang,...
BY: Instant Grit
A few weeks ago, Grit blogger Cortney Bishop took us on an impressive design tour of the Flats at Mixson—the swanky studio apartment complex located in North Charleston's up-and-coming...
BY: Ayoka Lucas
« Guest StylePublic post by Dalia Dalili      Kristy Bishop is a strong force in the Charleston art scene. A graduate from College of Charleston with a concentration in...
BY: Ayoka Lucas
In all honesty, who doesn’t want to own something that’s called BANGS! It rolls right off the tongue and has a rockin’ ring to it! And founder Hannah Davis was on to something even greater...
BY: Molly Hutter
So last weekend, my friend and I were supping with an artist internationally acclaimed for his beautiful paintings (which, I should mention, were hanging all around us), and where did the...
BY: Ayoka Lucas
« Guest StylePublic post by Ally Francine      During a lesson about surrealism in my 9th grade art class, the teacher showed us several short films, including David Lynch’s...
BY: Ayoka Lucas
By Dalia Dalili   Camela Guevara is an artist from Charleston.   She’s got great style, sharp wit, mean karaoke game, and turns just about anything she touches into gold.   She’s...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
I wonder what Webb Woodrow from 706 Greene Avenue in Brooklyn is up to these days?   I wonder if he has any idea he's part of one of the best art exhibits I've ever seen in Charleston, at...
BY: Ayoka Lucas
Working in fashion, I find myself carving out hours just to go through emails. These are filled with the latest and greatest, requests, bookings, shoot production notes, you name it. It's like...
BY: Joan Perry
I don't need to ask if anyone else made the trip to ArtFields in tiny historic Lake City, SC, this past week. This town was HOPPING with people touring the displays, all part of this 10-day...
BY: Joan Perry
In life and in holidays, "simple" often nets the biggest celebrations. There's nothing like a harried holiday scramble or an overblown, over-anticipated gesture to suck the fun right out of what...
BY: Chassity Evans
Have you all seen Charleston's own Sarah Boyts Yoder's artwork? I'm crazy obsessed with her latest mixed media collection.       Here's Sarah with her husband. Isn't she...
BY: Chassity Evans
With the end of summer upon us, I dedicate today to beachy art, stripes, and their fabulosity.     Art from:  Samantha French  *  PAPERFASHION Tastes Orangey...
BY: Rebekah Jacob
Don't underestimate the frame. Trust me on this. Think about it: You invest in a work of art because you love it, value it, wish to protect it, and enjoy displaying it. Therefore, the frame is ...
BY: Joan Perry
I've seen banana trees selling at the Charleston Farmers Market and growing in the Lowcountry, but assumed they were for tropical and decorative flair rather than the actual fruit. I assumed this...
BY: Rebekah Jacob
After multiple discussions with Charleston creatives—the most recent of which during last Friday's art walk—I've realized that we all agree on a certain matter: that Nina Liu deserves more...
BY: Joan Perry
"Do you see over yonder, friend Sancho, thirty or forty hulking giants? I intend to do battle with them and slay them. With their spoils we shall begin to be rich for this is a righteous war and the...
BY: Instant Grit
Before this week, Grit would have said there's nothing we like better than a good, God-honest, well-written, locally relevant opinion. If you want to make us feel like it's our birthday, land a blog...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
So maybe Governor Haley’s ugly little veto was all an act—benign grandstanding to placate her tea party crowd. Maybe she really values and appreciates art after all; in fact, maybe she has a thing...

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