This week at REDUX ...


Camera Works Café

Thursday, December 13th; 6 PM

The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Camera Works Cafe, and Redux Contemporary Art Center are excited to present a three-part series dedicated to the large recently opened photography project by the Halsey Institute entitled “Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South.” The series will continue this Thursday with Michelle Van Parys.

Michelle Van Parys will present at the second of the three-part series and exhibition curators Mark Sloan and Mark Long will be kicking off the new year and speaking Thursday, January 10, 2019. The talks all begin at 6:00 PM and are free and open to the public. The talks will take place at Redux Contemporary Art Center, 1056 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403.

Plantation Gate by Michelle Van Parys


Embroidered Cactus Ornament Workshop w/ exhibiting artist Camela Guevara
Tuesday, December 11; 6:30-8:30 PM
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, ART, and Math! The integration of these subject areas makes for optimal arts activities with academic connections and benefits! Each week children will work on projects that engage their creativity while aiding in their education. Children will have fun making and experimenting with hands-on STEAM related activities that use art! 
Holiday Card Making and Block Printing

Wednesday, December 12; 6-9 PM

Make your own holiday cards with the help of artist, Mia Loia! She will demonstrate and walk you through block-printing techniques so you can make your own holiday cards to send out this season! Block-printing allows for you to make multiple copies of a design quickly and easily. Once your design is made, you can print your own cards, wrapping paper, gift bags, etc.! Customize your holiday gift-giving this year with this great new workshop! Pre-made designs will also be available for your use. All materials provided for card-making! BYOB for extra holiday cheer! –

PLARN! Crochet with Plastic Bag Yarn!

Sunday, December 15; 1-5 PM

Come learn how to turn trash to treasure as we make “yarn” from plastic grocery bags then turn that into a stylish and functional tote bag!

You’ll need to bring as many plastic grocery store bags as you can round up for repurposing, a good pair of scissors, and a size 6 mm crochet hook.  The completed bag will require approximately 100-150 bags, depending on size. You will start in class, then receive instruction on how to finish at home, so you don’t need 100 bags to start.

Sunday Figure Drawing

Sunday, December 16; 5-7 PM

Work from a nude model in a variety of artistic mediums, with poses ranging from 30 sec to 25 min – perfect for anyone wanting to work independently with a model at your own pace.  An instructor will be present to facilitate the session and help as needed. All skill levels welcome to join in.  Easels, chairs and drawing boards are provided.  




THANK YOU to everyone who has donated to Redux in 2018 -your generous contributions helped make this signage possible!

Read the Charleston City Paper’s article about our new sign here!



Camela Guevara’s Care Work is on view now until January 11th, 2019!