Stages and galleries are closed, but that hasn’t stopped local musicians and artists 

Changing Tunes

click to enlarge Doom Flamingo played a show for an empty Pour House and streamed it

Ruta Smith

Doom Flamingo played a show for an empty Pour House and streamed it

Charleston's arts organizations are optimistic about a post-pandemic future
Charleston's arts organizations are optimistic about a post-pandemic future The Stories We Tell

Almost as soon as the international coronavirus pandemic hit Charleston, the city's artists moved into action. Theaters, galleries, museums and writers started a movement of hope, perhaps even unbeknownst to each other. — Connelly Hardaway


Musicians and venues adapting, but eager to get back on stage
Musicians and venues adapting, but eager to get back on stage All Together Now

In theory, the music scene can function without live performances. Artists will still create, after all, and the internet has always been an effective mechanism for sharing new music. But, listening to songs is only part of the equation for most fans. — Heath Ellison


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