It’s getting hot out there, Charleston. Personally, I’m not ready for it. I mean, it’s just June. Give me a break, please, Mother Earth? Luckily, we can all find respite from the heat inside downtown’s art galleries during the Spoleto Stroll. Hosted by Ellis-Nicholson Gallery, Twenty-Four is abstract artist Kathy Casey’s show of 24 new gouache and acrylic paintings done on 24x24 square panels. SCOOP Studios will celebrate its second anniversary with Antarctic: Revisited, a show inspired by co-owner Saramel Evans’ trip to the continent that will display work from each of the gallery’s artists. The annual Young Collectors’ Show takes place at Ann Long Fine Art. Robert Lange Studios has Invisible Cities, 20 new paintings by Joshua Flint. Angela Trotta Thomas’ plein air oil and studio paintings will be on view at Coco Vivo Fine Art. Craig Nelson presents his Visions of New York at Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art Gallery. Martin Gallery has photographer Ben Ham’s solo show. And Light and Movement is a duo exhibition featuring new works by Jacqueline and Stacy Kamin at M Gallery of Fine Art. Enjoy some great art, some wine, and some air conditioning.