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Redux Contemporary Art Center

Redux Contemporary Art Center hosts as artists donate work in the fight against HIV/AIDS

From the guy who created Jailbreak brings us Charleston Arts Festival. Full of talented artists, musicians, performers and more.

Local Charleston artists hosted an open gallery to show the public amazing works of art. Dedicated and talented artists presented original masterpieces, paired with wine, specialty drinks and hors d'oeuvres. Read more about the personality behind the artwork of Meredith Steele. (photo: @meredithsteeleart)

Taking a slow plunge into filmmaking hip-hop/rap artist Khari Lucas (who performs under the moniker Contour) will artistically challenge your whole idea of what is and what is not—Saturday, February 11th at Redux Contemporary Art Center.

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, February 5-7

We've got your Grit Picks—all the best events happening in Charleston this weekend, November 6-8

The very first International Boss Lady, former Charleston native.

You could call her an artist, taxidermist, metalsmith, illustrator, sculptor, teacher, photographer, or businesswoman, and each time you would be right. You would think someone with such a breadth of experience wouldn’t be so fantastic in each discipline, but she is.

Indie label Hearts & Plugs has partnered with Redux Contemporary Art Center to present Redux Residency, a five-show series showcasing 10 bands from the South Carolina music scene on Wednesday nights. Columbia-based trio The Lovely Few and solo artist Michael Flynn (of Slow Runner) kicked off the first week with a dreamy set. It just goes to show you that #WednesdayisthenewFriday.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 3/13–3/15. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Becca Barnet and Michelle Jewell's collaborative exhibit at Redux is an exploration of both contrast and cohesion.

Grit-worthy events 12/12–12/14. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Charleston Supported Art is providing amazing opportunities for artists to showcase their work. Come be a part of this nationwide movement March 6th and learn why it is so vital for our local artists.