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Local artists helping raise 'Change for Change'
The Change for Change Art Show is back again for a second year to raise money for Water Missions International! It's a FREE event where local artists have donated some awesome artwork and photographs to be sold for $50 or less. Artists will also be displaying/selling tons of other pieces as well, ya heard?
It's going down at the Mixson Barn at Park Circle on May 12th from 7-11 p.m.!The BBQ Joint and King of Pops will be supplying yums yums. Cork will be selling beer, wine, and glass bottle sodas. Austin Chiasson and Charles Carmody will be pleasuring your ear drums with some delicious music! If you like live art, …
In photos: CupcakeCamp Summerville 2012
CupcakeCamp came to Summerville for thie first time this weekend, marking the third installment of this community event in the Charleston area.
Other local photographers shared the experience as well: MaryCatherine James, …
In photos: The Shaniqua Brown plays their last show
Charleston's high-energy rock n' roll outfit, The Shaniqua Brown, played their final show on Friday night at The Pour House.
Joined by local favorite bands in the lowcountry rock scene Bully Pulpit and Heyrocco as well as Savannah'a CUSSES, the packed house was treated to an exciting rhomp one band after another until the crowd seemingly exploded into a rush of '90s style slam dancing for the headliners .
If you weren't lucky enough to attend, you can check out a photo essay of the show here.
A look at the new skilled cool of Joseph Thompson Woodworks
With a dwindling manufacturing presence in America, there is less of a desire in young Americans to pursue skilled professions that don't involve typing on a keyboard all day.
Joseph and Katie Thompson are going against the grain and demonstrating the art and lifestyle of local woodworkers in this photo essay by Joseph Nienstedt.
Art, music and free admission at the Change For Change Art Show (Updated)
So what are you doing on Thursday night between 7:30 p.m. and midnight? Why not come see some local art and photography in a cool atmosphere? What about live music by Meet the Sky and Heyrocco – maybe you’d like to hear JeffETspin some music for you as well? What was that? You don’t have a lot of cash this week? It’s free admission!! You have no excuses – bring the kids too.
So, what is Change for Change you ask? From their press release:
For the months of March and April, …