Coming Up This Week 11/18 - 11/24

Charleston Classic
Charleston Classic
Sun., Nov. 18
TD Arena

The Charleston Classic, an early season Division 1 college basketball tournament, features a bracket format with 12 games over three days. Each team competes in one game per day regardless of results. Participating teams include Alabama, Davidson, Purdue, Virginia Tech, Wichita State, Appalachian State, Ball State, and Northeastern.

Witness
Sun., Nov. 18, 2 p.m.
Emmett Robinson Theatre, Simons Center for the Arts

The College of Charleston's department of theatre and dance presents Witness, a dance concert that explores the "importance of standing witness to life events that shape our world and define our times." The cast includes 35 dancers, four musicians, and special guest appearance by Dr. Renard Harris, associate Vice President of the College's Office of Institutional Diversity.

Eliza Lucas Pinckney Exhibition: In Her Own Hand
Eliza Lucas Pinckney Exhibition: In Her Own Hand
Sun., Nov. 18, 12-4 p.m.
Powder Magazine Museum

This event features a special series of displays centered around a letter written by Eliza Lucas Pinckney. Natasha Boyd, author of The Indigo Girl: A Novel will be at the Powder Magazine during the afternoon to sign books. At the age of seventeen, Eliza Lucas began experimenting with indigo, a plant used to create a blue dye. Within a few years, she had planted a booming indigo industry in South Carolina. Come learn more about this woman, whose botanical knowledge contributed greatly to making South Carolina the wealthiest British colony in the 18th century.

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Low Country Harley Davidson Toy Drive
Sun., Nov. 18, 12 p.m.
Low Country Harley-Davidson

Head to Low Country Harley for the annual Law Riders Toys for Tots Ride and party. There will be live music, door prizes, and food.

Carrie — The Musical
Carrie — The Musical
Sun., Nov. 18, 3 p.m.
Woolfe Street Playhouse

Village Teen Troupe presents Carrie — The Musical. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, Carrie — The Musical is the haunting story of teen angst, religious fervor, and the complicated relationship between a mother and daughter.

INTRO: Annual Pop-up Art Exhibition
INTRO: Annual Pop-up Art Exhibition
Through Nov. 18
535 King St.

INTRO, an innovative pop-up art exhibition spotlights 10 rising artists from across the region. Curated and hosted by the Art Mag's Matt Mill and owner of Spire Art Services, Michele Seekings, INTRO 'activates' a vacant space located at 535 King St. (most recently the location of PULP Gallery) for nine days.

All The Blues
All The Blues
Through April 30, 2019
The Vendue

Enjoy all the cocktails and canapes your heart desires at the opening of the Vendue's All The Blues art exhibit featuring the work of 24 artists.

Small Works 2018
Through Nov. 26
Meyer Vogl Gallery

Meyer Vogl Gallery's small works show features artwork by the gallery's favorite artists and friends. The pieces range anywhere from 6"by6" to 16"x20" and can fill gallery walls, small nooks, or stockings. All art is under $1,000. A portion of proceeds from Gallery Wallapalooza will be donated to Charleston Community Foundation's Lowcountry Unity Fund.

Works by Lara Ivanovic and Jennifer Kelly Hoskins
Works by Lara Ivanovic and Jennifer Kelly Hoskins
Through Nov. 30
North Charleston City Gallery

The City of North Charleston's Cultural Arts Department presents oil paintings from New York based artist, Lara Ivanovic and mixed media works by Jennifer Kelly Hoskins of Conway, S.C. Ivanovic's work is presented in a series entitled Forsaken Spaces, images inspired by abandoned factories and broken-down buildings. Hoskins' works, Nostalgia, are a series of drawings in colored pencil and acrylic depicting the hands of friends or relatives.

Holiday Festival of Lights
Holiday Festival of Lights
Through Jan. 1, 2019, 5:30 p.m.
James Island County Park

The 29th Annual Holiday Festival of Lights will open November 9th for patrons to drive through a wonderland of lights. A staple of the Charleston holiday's, the Festival of Lights will have marshmallow roasting, hot chocolate, and much more. Three miles of festive lights will be displayed to give joy during the holidays.

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