Coming Up This Week 6/25 - 7/01

Charleston Author Series Luncheon with Rick Bragg
Mon., June 25, 11:30 a.m.
Halls Signature Events

Author Rick Bragg and special guest David DiBenedetto, senior vice president and editor in chief of Garden & Gun will be "in conversation" about Bragg's new memoir "The Best Cook in the World: Tales from my Momma's Table". Halls Chefs will prepare a luncheon inspired by the book.

Fool Me Once
Fool Me Once
Through June 30
Robert Lange Studios

Don't let your eyes deceive you at Robert Lange Studios' current exhibit, Fool Me Once, featuring 20 trompe l'oeil artists from around the world.

Laurie Adams
Through June 30
Ellis-Nicholson Gallery

North Carolina-based figure artist, Laurie Adams presents an exhibit at Ellis-Nicholson, Conversations with the Figure, which "intends to raise thoughts and questions about the conversations we have and how that translates into communication."

Love Letters to My South
Through July 1
Trager Contemporary

Kelly Chelena's Love Letters to My South is a new show of works that reflects the artist's experiences in a few Southern states between the ages of 6 and 12, and the influence of nature on the recollections of youth.

Outshining the Shadows
Outshining the Shadows
Through Aug. 13
Addlestone Library

Outshining the Shadows in Charleston's Marion Square is an exhibition of student designs for memorials, monuments, and counter-monuments, answering the sculpture of John C. Calhoun and "aspiring to make Charleston's central public space more empowering for all citizens."

Family Ties
Family Ties
Through July 29, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
The Vendue

Family Ties explores the "interconnectedness of a family of makers," featuring work from local artist Mary Edna Fraser and her daughters, Labanna Babalon and Reba West Fraser. This show is curated by Erin and Justin Nathanson of The Southern.

The Funk Collective
The Funk Collective
Sat., June 30
Revelry Brewing Co.

The Funk Collective heads to Revelry, featuring some of the best wild and sour beers from over 40 breweries. Tobo Sushi and Short Grain will be serving up food. Profits from the festival benefit Charleston Parks Conservancy and Wake Up Carolina.

Lowcountry Writing Conference
Lowcountry Writing Conference
Sat., June 30, 12-5 p.m.
Circular Congregational Church

The South Carolina Writers Association hosts the Lowcountry Writing Conference, featuring workshops, keynote speakers, and poetry performances.

Creekside Comedy Night: Andy Forrester
Creekside Comedy Night: Andy Forrester
Sat., June 30, 9 p.m.
Creekside Kitchen and Brewhouse

Enjoy stand-up comedy at Creekside Kitchen from Andy Forrester, Vince Fabra, and Lauren Ansley. The evening is hosted by Keith Dee.

Way Back Wednesday
Way Back Wednesday
Wed., June 27, Wed., July 11 and Wed., Aug. 8
Joseph P. Riley Jr. Stadium

The RiverDogs will celebrate their club’s history every “Way Back Wednesday” with throwback teal and purple uniforms and $4 general admission prices from their inaugural ‘94 season. From “All Rise” to A-Rod, the club will highlight some of the best to suit up in a RiverDogs uniform with giveaways including including an Aaron Judge tape measure and Alex Rodriguez bobblehead, along with guest appearances by some of the RiverDogs’ all-time greats.

{ more }

Classified Listings

Powered by Foundation   © Copyright 2018, Charleston City Paper   RSS