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Curator Nik Botkin explains,”Not only is this the 2nd annual invitational for Earth Day, it is also my 2nd anniversary in the studio. I have reached out to many artists ranging from painters and sculptors, to performers and writers, as well as musicians and dancers. This exhibit will span the a broad range of arts and individuals. I have work from local artists as well as from Florida, Texas, Illinois and many other places.
“As of right now the artists include Paul Corbit Brown Elizabeth Turner, Betty Gay, Todd Griffith, Edward Botkin, Staci Leech-Cornell, Megan Schultz, Scott McMillian, Tandi Stephens, Chris Dutch, Katheryne Hawkins, Amanda Jane Miller, Ian Hagarty, Michael Burns, RK Arceneaux, Jeff Pierson, Carrie Dawson, Amy Williams, Andy Sanchez, Justin Fowlkes, Wesley Eary, Gregg Oxley, Jamie Miller, David Stephenson, Glen Brogan, Robby Moore, Melissa Ellsworth, Jodi McMillion, Charly Hamilton, Liza Samples, Laura Alvis, Tuesday Taylor, Jason Myer, Washboard Dave, Ian Bode, Dre McLeod, Gary Hilliard Needham, Mark Wolfe, Adam Eldridge, Jake Fertig, Frank Spilker, Beth Summers, Kevin Crump, Billy Hambleton, Katherine Cox, Adrian DeQuiros, Andrea Anderson, and Nik Botkin. This list will fluctuate a little between now and the show, but as you can see there will be a ton of work and performance to feast your eyes upon!”
After ArtWalk, there will be live music at Third Eye Cabaret…
And later, more live music at The Empty Glass…
So you can see, there’s plenty to do Thursday night in Charleston.