For the first time in its 35 years, the Young Contemporaries art competition at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art went virtual for its 2020 exhibition.
Featuring unique art work, knick-knacks and curios, the Halsey Institute is hosting its second "Bizarre Bazaar" from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m on July 27, 2019. The event is free and open to the public.
College of Charleston student Sydney Lovice creates stunning works of art using metal and plaster casts of her own form.
A senior point guard on the men's basketball team, Marquise Pointer has turned shooting into an art off the court, too.
Dontre Major '17 explores the visual impacts of fingerprints of enslaved workers left in the bricks of some of Charleston's historic buildings in the exhibit "Prints in Clay."
As a studio art major focusing on photography, men’s basketball player Marquise Pointer knows a thing or two about shooting both on and off the court.
The Honors Society of Phi Kappa Phi has named studio art professor Barbara Duval as the Phi Kappa Phi Artist for 2018-2020.
One alumna co-founded an international nonprofit that works to address the nutrition requirements of some of the world’s most needy individuals – people living with HIV.
Students in professor Jarod Charzewski's sculpture class made art from sea trash as part of a new exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.
Students from two sculpture courses at the College were invited to create works for the recent North Charleston Arts Fest. Their sculptures are on display throughout May.