We Are Hiring!

The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts is looking for a seasoned development specialist to join our team in a part-time capacity. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable development and fundraising experience in the nonprofit realm (preferably in the Charleston area). This new position will also serve as a project liaison for our upcoming Arts Day of Giving, so effective project management experience is a plus. The position will be open immediately, and will range 20-25 hours per week. The position will start as a temporary position, but could grow to permanent based on performance. Please submit cover letter and resume to Mike Gibbons at mike@artscharleston.org.


About the Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts:

The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts is dedicated to the shared realization of a dynamic and thriving arts community by serving arts organizations in the region of Charleston, SC with resources and best business practices.  


Charlestonian’s Guide to Piccolo Spoleto

Piccolo Spoleto is the perfect complement to the international scope of Spoleto Festival USA, and we’ve got all the ins and outs for you to maximize your experience this celebration! Between May 26th and June 11th, Charleston transforms into an 2531451111343380exhilarating celebration of performing, literary and visual arts. There really is something for everyone between the music,
poetry readings, children’s activities, crafts and film. Want a more behind the scenes look? There are opportunities to volunteer, intern and sponsor Piccolo, and details can be found on their website linked down below. Interested in participating in this year’s lineup? Be the first to know by subscribing to their email list for news about the Festival, also linked down below.

All in all, The Piccolo Spoleto Festival is something you definitely can’t miss. Stay tuned here for updates, and on artscharleston.org, for the latest and greatest on Piccolo! 

Piccolo Spoleto Festival: https://www.piccolospoleto.com/

Subscribe: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001ytzJgXCdPi62BG7uJB7pxMSXz6m1fIdSBkwMPm9rKp54zZvPeDCWwvfPMFNOTk8OSMQdg9axJU6SDA-jukzD_e9LATz8_28MPfkw07DHePs%3D

Comprehensive Art Calendar: artscharleston.org

ArtPop winners announced

The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts and Adams Outdoor Advertising  are excited to announce the five artists selected for the ArtPop Street Gallery. A selected work from each artist will be featured on billboards around the tri-county for one year.

The selected artists are:

  • Barbara Duval
  • Laura Dargan
  • Sarah Buell Dowling
  • Kate Hooray Osmond
  • Janie Ball (Community Choice winner, selected by online vote)

To learn more about the artists and to see the selected works visit www.charlestonartsalliance.org/ArtPop.

A total of 88 area artists submitted more than 150 works for consideration. The winning artists and those eligible for Community Choice voting were selected by a panel of seven judges: Wendy Hickey (ArtPop); Stacy Huggins Geist (Redux Contemporary Art Center); Mark Sloan (The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art); Brandon Sweeney (Adams Outdoor Advertising); Pam Wall (Gibbes Museum of Art); Geoff Yost (Annex Studios); and Cathryn Zommer (Enough Pie).

Wendy Hickey, founder of ArtPop, launched the initiative in 2014 in Charlotte, N.C. Charleston is now one of 14 cities for ArtPop Street Gallery.