ABOUT OUR EVENTS

The Halsey Institute produces several types of events throughout the year. These include an exciting mix of artist and curator lectures series, panel lectures, film screenings, concerts and exhibition openings. Most of our events are free and the public is encouraged to attend.

View the calendar of events here.

Artist Lecture, Mountain and Watercolor: Riccarda de Eccher
March 1, 6–7PM
Auditorium, School of Sciences and Mathematics, 202 Calhoun St.

Riccarda de Eccher was born in Bolzano, Italy, and began painting, mostly in large format watercolor, late in life. Her subject, her passion, is the Dolomites mountains of Northern Italy. In addition to painting and drawing them, she has climbed and hiked them.

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Members-only Curator-led Tour
Thusday, March 3, 6PM
Halsey Institute galleries

Join the Halsey Institute staff for a fun and exclusive evening tour. Beginning at 6pm, director and chief curator Mark Sloan will lead Halsey Institute members on a guided tour of Jiha Moon: Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here and Susan Klein: shadow things. Explore the exhibitions, get insider knowledge, meet other Halsey Institute lovers! This tour is for Halsey Institute members only.

To join the Halsey Institute family, please visit halsey.cofc.edu/support/ or call (843) 953-4422.

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Gallery walk-through with John McWilliams and Mark Sloan
March 5, 2PM
Halsey Institute galleries

Artist John McWilliams and Chief Curator Mark Sloan will lead a walk-through in the gallery

 

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FILM SCREENING: EARTHCASTER
Thursday, March 31, 8PM
Auditorium, School of Sciences and Mathematics, 202 Calhoun St.

The documentary EARTHCASTER explores the work of artist Thomas Sayre, whose art-making process blends art and science, and joins the natural and man-made in a sometimes dangerous dance of gravity and grace.

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