Daily Archive for August 18 2011
More and more downtown businesses are joining the effort to revitalize and reawaken downtown. ArtWalk brings people downtown, and once they see what it has to offer, they keep coming back.
ArtWalk is the epitome of why more and more people are going downtown – to be part of a rich culture. Charleston offers food, ideas, expressions, shops and customs not found anywhere.
Visit www.CharlestonArtWalk.com for more information. ArtWalk runs from 5 to 8 p.m.
Stray Dog Antiques
Annex Gallery Taylor Books
Good News Mountaineer Garage
Chet Lowther Studio
The Purple Moon
Modern by Design
Romano & Associates Law Gallery
Visions Day Spa
White Oak Photography &
KD Lett Photographic Productions
Dog Days of Summer Art Sale at The Purple Moon
The Purple Moon, located at 906 Quarrier Street, will be holding “Dog Days of Summer Art Sale” with all original art in the gallery on sale at 20% off! This sale will run for the evening on ArtWalk only! You won’t want to miss it!
Art Emporium to Feature Nik Botkin and Paul Corbit Brown
The combination of Nik Botkin’s sculptures and Paul Corbit Brown’s photographs produces an indelible image of how poorly we are caring for the very planet that gives us water and thereby, life. Now we know better, but will we do better?
Tiny Dancers at White Oak Photography
Ballerina, you must have seen her – Tiny Dancers at White Oak Photography for the August ArtWalk! White Oak Photography is located at 107 Hale Street Suite 100.
City and Country Photographs and Studio Sale by Jesse Rivard and Betty Rivard
As a location manager for films, TV, and commercials, Jesse Rivard travels throughout Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. The job includes taking many photographs. Now he has built a collection of fine art photographs from his travels.
Based in Braxton County, Betty Rivard has won many awards for her work. Her photos of landscapes and cityscapes were taken in West Virginia, New York City, and Quebec. A broad sample of her framed and unframed work will be available in a studio sale with reduced prices.
Fascinating Comparison of US Metropolitan Statistical Areas Compared to Countries related to size of GDP
a post by Matthew Ballard of the Charleston Area Alliance
Ever wondered how US Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA’s) stack up in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) compared to countries around the world? Now you know… check out this posting on the www.creativeclass.com web site from new data from the United States Conference of Mayors and The Council for the New American City annual U.S. Metro Economies Report
Bottom line, if you want the quick results, 37 of the worlds top 100 economies are US Metro’s.