Charleston Artists Robert Lange and Nathan Durfee Nov 09.m4v
Olivia Pool from Charleston Art Magazine interviews artists Robert Lange and Nathan Durfee about their upcoming collaborative art show, Different Strokes, which opens on December 4, 2009 at the Robert Lange Studios Gallery, 2 Queen Street, Charleston, SC. Each artist has a distinctly different style and they worked by handing the paintings back and forth. Accomplished woodworker Michael Moran also joins the collaboration with a stunning piece of furniture that incorporates Lange and Durfee’s paintings. Definitely a show not to miss!
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‘Tis the season for holiday galas, and Wine Under the Oaks is a casual yet elegant affair that pulls out all the stops this December 6, 2009. Boone Hall Plantation will host the fundraiser benefitting the Heroes for Fire Victims Campaign, which assists Lowcountry residents who have lost everything in home fires.
Wine under the Oaks will offer samples of fine wines made at Boone Hall Plantation as well as catering from local gourmet chefs. Live music and a silent auction of packages, wines, and various art will be available to bid on and perhaps even kick start your Christmas shopping!
The American Red Cross is still seeking donations from artists for the silent auction. Art, jewelry, gift certificates, clothing, hair accessories, and sculptures will all be well received and are tax deductable. This is a wonderful opportunity to help the American Red Cross and show off your skills for a noble cause.
For more information about donations, contact Tina Christophillis at email@example.com.
Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the door. Visit the Boone Hall Plantation’s website to purchase tickets.
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Sisters (reflections) is having its opening reception this Thursday, November 19, at Florence Regional Arts Alliance in Florence, SC.
Collen Critcher‘s paintings and Jennifer Ervin’s photography will be featured until mid- January.
Works by Colleen Critcher and Jennifer Ervin
19 November – 25 January
Opening Reception 19 Nov., 5:30 – 7:30pm
Florence Regional Arts Alliance 412 South Dargan Street, Florence, SC
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 4pm
Over 300 people attended Art on the Beach, Creative Spark’s annual fundraiser, on Sullivan’s Island on Sunday November 8th. The event included tours of luxurious homes and studios, an art sale featuring 24 unique artists, and chef demonstrations and tastings from local Charleston restaurants.
Creative Sparks raised over $15,000 for their Scholarship Fund which aids children and adults alike to participate in the art center’s classes and performances each year.
Keep up the good work, Creative Sparks!!
Next Tuesday November 10th, College of Charleston alumnus and internationally acclaimed pianist Roberto Berrocal, will be performing in the 20th Anniversary Interational Piano Series hosted at the Sottile Theatre. College of Charleston’s International Piano Series has featured well over 100 artists from over 30 different countries since it began in 1990. Former musicians included in the Piano Series were Leon Fleisher, Earl Wild, Abbey Simon, and Jorge Luis Prats.
Roberto Berrocal has performed throughout the United States, Uruguay, England and Spain. At the International Piano Series, Berrocal will be performing Joshep Hayden’s Sonata in C Major, Sergei Rachmanioff’s Six moments musicaux, Franz Liszt’s Spanish Rhapsody and Manuel de Falla’s Fantasia Baetica.
Come experience a memorable night of whimsical melodies at the College of Charleston Sottile Theatre on 66 George Street at 8 p.m. on November 10th. Individual tickets are $20, and College of Charleston students and those under 18 are free admittance. Visit www.internationalpianoseries.org or call 843.953.6575 for more information.