A guide to enjoying plays, performances, and theaters in the 843.
Art Charleston is the city’s premier visual arts event.
The famous painter was inspired by Charleston after visiting the Holy City in 1929.
Join us as we recap our experience touring “Interior Lives: Modern American Spaces, 1890-1945" and “Darrel Ellis: Regeneration” at the Columbia Museum of Art.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Charleston, SC has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
The Spoleto Festival USA is in its 48th year and will feature performances from various celebrated artists across the world right here in the Holy City.
Shake off your winter blues and celebrate the start of spring at this year’s Art Blossoms, happening March 21-24 at the CMA in Columbia.
This event will celebrate the legacy of MLK Jr. ahead of his upcoming holiday.
We’re commemorating 2023 the best way we know how — highlighting local photos through our CHStoday Picture of the Year contest.
This is your chance to see works of painting and sculptures
This must-see exhibition features pieces from McQueen’s most celebrated fashion collections along with photographer Ann Ray’s intimate, behind-the-scenes photographs, taken over the course of their 13-year friendship.
Discover the timeless beauty of classical art with works from emerging talents.
Did you know? Members enjoy special pricing for Aquarium Aglow.
Shop the most popular gifts of the 2023 holiday season, plus gifts that support small businesses and the best holiday wrapping paper to tie it all up in.
Trombone Shorty, Watchhouse, Easton Corbin, and more to headline at The Riviera this fall.
The winning entry will get a slew of perks.
The dance company has announced three shows.
The annual exhibit showcases BMW’s history.
Take note of these local shops that offer custom stationery goods, greeting cards, writing tools, craft and party supplies, gift wrap, and more.
Park Circle Gallery is located in North Charleston, and its exhibits are free and open to the public Wednesday-Saturday.
There will also be various events for the community to enjoy to celebrate the new exhibition.
This two-day festival will celebrate the vibrant sounds of jazz at the Gaillard Center.
Got a hot new fling? Hoping to spice things up with your longtime partner? We’re here to help plan your next date in the Holy City.
All are welcome to explore the arts.
The Lowcountry native who is making a splash in the country music scene.
We highly recommend checking out “Tina Williams Brewer: Stories of Grace” and “Resurgence and Renaissance: Art of the Catawba Nation Since 1973.”
The colorful exhibits features art from Shelby Corso and Caroline Morris.
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