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  • Natural-world inspiration is at the heart of all Becca Barnet’s creations—from taxidermy to site-specific installations.
  • Sharing a laugh with comedian Dusty Slay before this month’s Charleston Comedy Festival     
  • From restaurants to a resident sports team, much of Charleston bears the branding work of graphic designer Gil Shuler
  • All the Holy City’s a stage for modern dance choreographer Kristin Alexander
  • Johnny Delaware finds his indie-folk-rock rhythm in Charleston
  • From inspired murals to beautiful beer bottles, Sean Williams is Holy City Brewing’s unofficial painter-in-residence  
  • Herb Parker sculpts found objects and natural materials alike into works of art that inspire dialogue
  • Power-folk singer Rachel Kate Gillon debuts her first album
  • Joy Vandervort-Cobb lights up local stages with her powerful presence and punchy wit
  • After years away from the easel, Marissa Vogl embraces her strong and colorful style
  • Musician Carl Bright has devoted his career to composing and directing gospel music.
  • Singer-songwriter Steven Fiore proves his musical chops in his debut full-length album
  • SpaceCraft drives Charleston’s DIY movement forward with techy innovation
  • Meet Scott Watson, the new leader of the Office of Cultural Affairs, and learn what the regime change means for banking on the arts in Charleston
  • Musician Bill Carson is dedicating his life to the next generation
  • Carl Palazzolo’s annual sojourn to a Charleston garden inspires watercolor works
  • Two sleuths team up on a major mystery in a young adult page-turner set in the Lowcountry
  • Artist Jarod Charzewski creates intriguing installations from modern consumer society’s castoffs
  • A Charleston native channels her creative energy into a genre-defying performing arts series
  • Meet the Spoleto scene makers