FYI, Piccolo website says this event starts at 5pm, not 6pm as CP states...
See y'all there! wagener terrace in the house.
And this month's Maker's Market features Food by The Autobanh Food Truck & Cory's Grilled Cheese Cart as well as King of Pops. Cork is pouring local beer and Richard's is making iced coffee. Aaron Firetag will perform with Jordan Igoe as well as Folkgrass. Come support your local creative community this Sunday June 3 from 10am-4pm
Night and Day put on by Artist on Fire is even more than an art exhibit; it's an experience! The thoughtfulness involved in the whole conception of the layout, the integration of the layers of art, made it worth savoring each display, each room, to soak in the varied presentations. It is a multimedia event with works that included poetry, paintings, sculpture, video, photography, installation art, and music. An intangible yet integral element of this communal project is the fellowship one senses among the artists who successfully drew us into their shared vision of the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of God. We (my husband, son, and daughter), individually and as a family, felt that we had been given a series of gifts from friends.
This is all true, but you forgot to mention that Bazan was the lead singer of Pedro the Lion and that he is amazing. Should be an awesome show!
Went to this concert and it was absolutely amazing! Really wonderful display of talent.
A must see! Easy parking! Variety of art in the exhibit was exceptional! Amazing local talent.
Such a welcoming event. Very inspiring. There was so much love and passion displayed through the pieces and the people I encountered.
What an awesome exhibit! It was great to see the work of some extremely talented local artists! The exhibit was just the beginning of our plans for the evening, but we ended up talking about the art for the rest of the night. The music and light hors d'oeuvres were a great addition. My friends and I will definitely revisit this exhibit next year!
Loved the layout of the exhibit and of course the works that made it up. Volcanoes in the Kitchen were nothing short of spectacular. A definite must see at this year's Spoleto
this sounds like a really good time!!!!
Missed Mahmood Fazal this year, but really enjoyed the other exhibitors' work. We were especially impressed with Elianna Radin's work! She's the 7 year-old daughter of the founders, Alex and Sara Radin. Her work is so mature! Reading the program is very enriching- helped shed a lot of light on the Hiott's Hope exhibit.
I was at this show, because i heard that the Oasis was putting on shows again. I caught all the bands and the two that stood out the most were go jenny go, and Lizard on the window. Go jenny go was a fun entertaining band, and Lizard on the window was just good old fashion fun punk rock. As i watched Lizard on the window, they said that it was their first time headlining a show, they went on at 11:30 and played to about 30 to 50 people and after their set, the crowd screamed for an encore. The other bands were decent The lungs, claymore, primo noctus. I dont know if this means anything but if you have a chance to see Lizard on the window in concert DO IT!!!!!! These guys have what it takes to be the next big thing out of charleston.
This show opening was my kick-off to Spoleto this year and was a lot of fun. I went with one friend and ran into about ten others at the opening...even late into the reception the place was hopping with people. The addition of live music at the opening reception was a nice perk as we looked at the work. This exhibit is in a great location (in the Citadel Baptist Church just across the street from the artists in the park at Marion Square). It's a good show to take in if you have folks interested in a variety of mediums. It was also free of charge, which is always a bonus!
Amazing show. Thank you Hirona for this delicious feast for the eyes. My seven year old was amazed, and I was in awe of the art created by our own here in Charleston.
What an excellent event! We had eight stories last night that spanned comedy to poignancy, and covered topics such as little league, high school and college trip misadventures, and how to become best friends with Richard Simmons (hint: sing along with him). Thanks to John McMahon for organizing the event and to all the story tellers who were brave enough to get up in front of a bunch of strangers and share true stories with us.
I have to disagree with the other comment. I thought the bar crawl was great, and so did my friends who attended. There were at least a dozen bars on the crawl. It would have been annoying and time consuming to try to get every person on the bar crawl (I understand there were more than 100 people) to walk together to each one. I liked that we got to go to whatever bar we wanted in whatever order we wanted to.
And yes, you could set up your own happy hour pub crawl, but the point is that these were RARE beers, not ones you could regularly get. I thought the samples were pretty large, especially with the majority of the beers being high-gravity. Halfway through the crawl I was definitely feeling the effects. I can't image how wasted we would have been if the samples had been larger.
I loved it and would do it again. Thanks City Paper!
Missing some very key artists in your featured artists list. Here is a list of all of the artists in the show:
Alex Raadin, Laura Bostrom, Austin Smith, Elianna Radin, Amelia (Mimi) Whaley, Melanie Spinks, Kimberly (Kimmie) Krauk, Mikayla Mackaness, Jeremy and Jacquelyn Hiott , J.R. and Holly Kramer, Yuki Tong, Jan Bihlear, and Karen DeLoach.
Opening is Friday, May 25, 5-9pm
A must see every year ! guarranteed to put a smile on your face and make ya wanna dance!
Was absolutely awesome. Mellow, great tunes, perfect weather and good people. First time at the Cottage and can't wait till their next event. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Thanks for making a perfect birthday evening for my wife.
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