With the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art’s two new exhibitions, Elizabeth Bick: Contrapposto and Jovencio de la Paz: The Ends of Rainbows, opening this Friday, January 13, the nonprofit organization is celebrating the featured work with several upcoming events open to the public.
Please see below for more details.
Artist Talk- Jan. 14 + Feb. 25, 2 p.m.
For a more in-depth look into the work behind Contrapposto and The Ends of Rainbows, the Halsey will host free Artist Talk sessions with Elizabeth Bick on Saturday, Jan. 14 and Jovencio de la Paz on Saturday, Feb. 25.
WGS Intersections- Feb. 8, 6 p.m.
Organized by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the College of Charleston, this panel discussion will take a deep dive into the themes around Contrapposto and The Ends of Rainbows. Open to the public for free, the discussion will be held at the Halsey with a virtual option HERE.
Halsey After Hours- Feb. 17, 5-7 p.m.
The Halsey invites members and non-members alike to enjoy happy hour at their Halsey After Hours event. Attendees can drink in the views of the current exhibitions, meet Halsey staff and advisory board members, witness a live weaving demonstration featuring local fiber artist Pam Shanley and walk away with a memorable photo featuring the famous moon from the Halsey’s Moon Party. Free to members; non-members will be asked to make a $10 donation at the door.
SCBIZtv is part of the SC Biz News family, serving 100,000 high-level business execs throughout South Carolina. Click for more from SCBIZtv.