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Broad Street Merchants Association in Charleston, SC, Hosts ‘First Fridays on Gallery Row – Aug. 5, 2011

July 28, 2011

The Broad Street Merchants Association in Charleston, SC, will continue hosting “First Fridays on Broad” on Friday, Aug. 5, 2011, from 5-8pm. Come out and celebrate “Hot Time on Broad” by enjoying fine art and refreshments in the boutiques, fine art galleries, and bodegas on Gallery Row – Historic Broad Street.


Free Love by Stephanie Shuler Hamlet of the Hamlet Fine Art Gallery

Each doorway on Gallery Row offers you something special to treasure, be it a painting, a gift, or simply a wonderful memory. As you stroll from one gallery to another, enjoy the Southern charms of colorful flower boxes, enchanting hidden courtyards and gardens, and pristinely preserved architecture.

Participating merchants include: Ellis-Nicholson Gallery, Hamlet Fine Art, M Gallery of Fine Art, Martin Gallery, Edward Dare Gallery, COCO VIVO Fine Art & Interior Design, Utopia, Mary Martin Gallery, Bernie Horton Gallery, Spencer Galleries I & II,  Lambert Gray Gallery & Studios, Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art, and SCOOP Studios.

For information please visit (www.Charlestongalleryrow.com) or for questions, please call Stephanie Hamlet at 843/722-1944.

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Receiver Time-Based Media Festival Debuts in Downtown Charleston, SC – Mar. 10-13, 2011

March 2, 2011

Charleston, SC’s inaugural ReceiverFest, Mar. 10-13, 2011, will present the work of over twenty artists from across the country in eleven noteworthy venues on the peninsula. All artists selected for inclusion in the festival work with time-based media. ReceiverFest will showcase video art, sonic art, kinetic sculpture, and performance and participatory art, allowing viewers to discover and experience new developments in contemporary art in a city-wide context. All exhibitions and performances are free to attend.

The four-day festival opens with David Bowen’s solo exhibition, drift, at Redux Contemporary Art Center on Thursday evening, Mar. 10, 2011. Bowen is the Featured Artist of ReceiverFest. Other participating artists include Christine Kirouac, Ruthless Animals, Sarah Buckius, Ian Mozdzen, Jenny Herrick, Tara Parsons, Robbie Land, and Sean Robinson. Local artists featured are Mason Greenewald, Nick Jenkins, Sam Sfirri, and Marshall Thomas.

Appropriately, Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, Mar. 13, 2011. Come celebrate spring’s temporal shift and the festival’s finale with a special evening of experimental music by New Music Collective at Gage Hall at 7pm.

The festival’s exhibition sites include Redux Contemporary Art Center, the Communication Museum at College of Charleston, the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry, the Old City Jail (American College of the Building Arts), and Robert Lange Studios, SCOOP Studios, among several others. All venues are within walking distance of each other. To download and print a PDF of the ReceiverFest map and schedule, please visit (www.receiverfest.com).

ReceiverFest was co-organized by Liz Vaughan and Jarod Charzewski, and made possible by the generous support of organizations, institutions, and individuals within the Charleston community.

For press inquiries, general questions, or to order a locally designed ReceiverFest t-shirt, please e-mail Liz and Jarod at (receiverfest@gmail.com).