Redux Contemporary Art Center (REDUX) is a nonprofit organization committed to  fostering creativity and the cultivation of contemporary art through diverse exhibitions, affordable studio space for visual artists, meaningful education and outreach programs, and a multidisciplinary approach to the dialogue between artists and their audiences.

REDUX offers free year round art exhibitions, artist and curator lecture series, and film screenings, while educating art patrons of all ages through art classes and workshops, community outreach, and internship opportunities.

REDUX is instrumental in presenting new artists to our community through our artist-in-residency program, and our many artist and music performances. In addition, Redux remains a bustling center for contemporary art with 38 private artist studios, and the only community printmaking and darkroom facilities in the Lowcountry.

Meet the Redux Team

Maggie Jordan

Maggie Jordan, Interim Executive Director + Exhibition and Studio Director

Carson Carroll, Education & Outreach Director

Kate Ledbetter, Development Committee Chair


Kylie Beall, Digital Media Coordinator

Photos by Alice Keeney Photography and Nickie Stone

Board of Directors

Francis Ervin, Board President

Christopher Morgan, Vice President

Jonathan Oakman, Board Secretary 

David CoueyBoard Treasurer 

Kate RitchieBoard Studio Artist Representative

How to Get Involved

We achieve so much because we work in collaboration! Dedicated interns and volunteers are an integral part of Redux’s ability to bring contemporary art programming to the public. Volunteer and internship hours can be used for college credit. If you are interested, please consider the following opportunities.

Redux is consistently looking for volunteers to assist with events and programs at Redux ranging from outreach efforts, special events, and offsite programming. If you are interested in being put on the Redux Volunteer list, please email info@reduxstudios.org


Redux Contemporary Art Center is NOW SEEKING interns looking to gain in-depth work experience with a dynamic non-profit arts organization for Spring 2023.  

Internships at Redux provide the unique opportunity to gain a much deeper understanding of the day-to-day happenings of a non-profit arts organization. As an intern at Redux, you will have the opportunity assist with many facets of the organization including exhibition installation, class preparation, event facilitation, and much more. Redux internships are scheduled on the academic calendar (Fall, Spring, Summer semesters).

Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with space maintenance and installation prep
  • Greeting and engaging with gallery visitors
  • Updating and managing databases
  • Assisting with record keeping
  • Formatting and tracking press items
  • Providing assistance at exhibition openings and events
  • Website and social media updating
  • Assisting Redux’s Executive Director, Exhibition & Studio Director, and Education and Outreach Director with additional administrative duties


  • Studio Art, Art History, Arts Administration or Arts Management majors preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required
  • Strong communication skills
  • Keen attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Passion for contemporary art and the emerging art world

To apply: 

APPLICATION FOR SPRING 2023 INTERNSHIP DEADLINE IS APPROACHING! Please submit a cover letter and resume to maggie@reduxstudios.org with the subject line: Redux Gallery Intern Application: FirstName LastName by December 16, 2022.

Make a Donation

Your tax-deductible gift to Redux’s nonprofit programs will be wisely invested to make an imprint on our region. Thank you for your consideration of this request and for your continued interest in advancing our community’s creative voice.

Redux is Thankful for Our Partners