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CofC Opera: Bringing tragedy and comedy with ‘Suor Angelica’ and ‘The Old Maid and the Thief’

As someone who fancies himself quite invested within the arts, it was a surprising realization that I had never seen an operatic performance before. This all changed on Sun., Feb. 1, when the College of Charleston Opera hosted their renditions of two one act performances, The Old Maid and the Thief and Suor Angelica. The two performances, directed by…

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Turquoise Jeep Records brings their smash-bang fusion to Charleston’s Pour House

“How you like ya eggs? Fried or Fertilized?” – Flynt Flossy with the hard hitting questions. Turquoise Jeep Records took to the Pour House stage in their first-ever Charleston performance Mon., Jan. 26, bringing with them an (un)healthy dose of comedy, raunchy dance moves and an unrivaled sexual energy in the musical sphere. Turquoise Jeep started…

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Poetic arts and shadow puppets with Indonesian multimedia artist Jumaadi

There’s something quite startling about Indonesian artist Jumaadi’s art style. Echoing the primeval cave drawing of Lascaux, or perhaps the pottery art of ancient Greece, Jumaadi captures beautifully stylized depictions of human and animal nature alike in his newest art collection,  Jumaadi: forgive me not to miss you not, on display now at the Halsey Institute…

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Eighth annual Nuovo Cinema Italiano invites us into the heart of Italy

“Passione. Musica. Violenza. Vita.” These four words flashed on the screen amidst clips of fighting, dancing, kissing and beautiful Italian scenery. And so started a weekend full of Italian theatre. This past weekend, the eighth annual Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival took place in the Sottile Theatre in full force. The College of Charleston is…

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Inspiration comes to life at the annual OPEN Arts Expo in the Cistern

On Sunday, the Cistern became the art hub of Charleston for an afternoon. Dancers shook and shimmied in neon colored tutus, craft tables welcomed children and the children-at-heart to create mini masterpieces, homegrown musicians belted out their finest note and local artisans showcased their best work. Presented by the Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts…

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The importance of street photography and Cheryl Dunn’s ‘Everybody Street’

There’s something overwhelmingly remarkable about the anatomy of a city street. Like concrete veins sprawling from a massive urban body, the streets carry with them the most vital component to the city: its lifeblood, its people. This idea is at the center of filmmaker and photographer Cheryl Dunn’s film documentary Everybody Street, which chronicles the…

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