George Davis '03 and '09, who majored in political science and studio art, has found a higher purpose as a liturgical artist in his service as a monk with St. Tikhon’s Monastery in Pennsylvania.
The College of Charleston is hosting a variety of dynamic and intensive day camps for high school students – as well as a creative camp for kids – this summer.
Elizabeth Bick, assistant professor of photography, collaborated with students in the Department of Theatre and Dance to create Spoleto Festival USA's 2023 poster.
On Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art will open its 121st exhibition – a two-person show featuring the photography of CofC faculty member Elizabeth Bick and the weaving of artist and educator Jovencio de la Paz.
Marine biology major Josie Shostak and biology professor Chris Freeman are researching freshwater sponges throughout South Carolina, one of the first times the organism has been studied in the Palmetto State in nearly 30 years.
"TIME" magazine selected two of photography professor Elizabeth Bick's images for its "Best Photojournalism of 2021" and "Top 100 Photos of 2021" lists.
A love of music and video production has turned Adam Paul ’06 into one of the most sought-after live event production specialists in the country – and, now, an Emmy winner.
Studio art professor Susan Klein has received a prestigious Pollock-Krasner grant, and her work will be at Atlanta's Day and Night Project gallery Feb. 11–March 6, 2021.
Three CofC students hope their recently created works for the 2020 Student Art Expression of the Year program will inspire and unsettle viewers regarding the issues of climate change and global warming.
With 386 sections of online courses on the summer schedule, there’s no shortage of opportunities for CofC students to keep the momentum of their education going as the temperature creeps up.