Education and Outreach

Redux’s outreach programs introduces the arts to underserved children, youth, and adults. By partnering with other organizations that serve the local community, we can dramatically increase our impact.

By supporting Redux’s outreach programs, we are able to provide the invaluable opportunity for participants to develop self-confidence, leadership skills, and positive relationships with peers and self through visual and creative arts. By developing skills, creating, and talking with their peers and our teaching artists, participants develop self-assurance and integrate language into their art.

Our outreach efforts are tailored to the needs of each organization.


Current: MUSCHeartSC, Charleston County Women’s Detention Center,  Inspirational Pathways / Sanders-Clyde Elementary School, Meeting Street Academy,  Enough PieJohn L. Dart LibraryArtist & Craftsman Supply, and  Charleston County School District. 

Past:  Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center, Camp Hope at Sanders-Clyde Creative Arts School; Metanoia Project at Chicora Elementary, Oriental Trading CompanyGibbes Museum of Art, University School of the Lowcountry, YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, Girl Scouts, and Yo! Arts.

If you are interested in partnering with Redux, please contact our Education & Outreach Coordinator, Carson Carroll at


Redux provides FREE tours of current exhibitions and studios space to schools and community groups. The field trips can also include a workshop if groups are interested. 


If you are interested in arranging a tour with Redux, please contact our Education & Outreach Coordinator, Carson Carroll at

*Please give at least 3 weeks notice; subject to availability.

Redux’s Outreach Program is possible thanks to the support of the South Carolina Arts Commission, the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelly Foundation, and to the community support from individual donors and organizations.