This is a past event.

Redux’s Artists Open Their Curtains to the Public 

When: Sat., Dec. 11, 1-6 p.m. 2010
Price: Free
If you want to see an alligator in its natural habitat, you should head to the marsh. If you want to see lunatics in their natural habitat, you can stop by the City Paper offices. And if you want to see Charleston’s up-and-coming artists in their native habitat, go to Redux on Saturday. The center is hosting an open house, and visitors can stop by and check out the studios of 30 artists and talk to them about their work. While enjoying complimentary beverages and light hors d’oeuvres, you can ask Thomas Ozmore about how the Lowcountry has inspired him or check in with Liz Vaughan and find out what’s new with Receiver Fest. “This event offers a unique opportunity to experience artists at work in their own studios, which are normally closed off from the public,” says Executive Director Karen Ann Myers. “Visitors can look at art, talk with artists, and learn about new techniques, all in an open-house, informal environment.” —Susan Cohen
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