Redux Contemporary Art Center is celebrating one full year of moving into our new home at 1056 King Street in Charleston, South Carolina. We are so excited about being in our new home, help us make the most of it! Acclimating to a building three times the size of our old space calls for more hands on deck on a day to day basis and has opened up a world of opportunities and potential for exposure to contemporary art in Charleston!
Now that we've been in Big Bertha for a full year, we've identified some key areas where we could use support. Want to see us continue to produce high quality exhibitions, introduce new and exciting classes, and house the best emerging artists in Charleston? Show us some love as we celebrate one year in our new home!
Outreach Programming - After moving into our new home in North Central downtown Charleston, we've identified a significant need for providing scholarships to neighborhood children for Redux programming. We're hoping to raise $3,000 for outreach scholarships for community youth.
Signage - Have you had trouble finding the new Redux? Are you wondering when the Redux sign will be installed? We're trying to raise $4,000 to FINALLY get the Redux sign mounted on our facade!
New Website - We're ABOUT TO LAUNCH a new website for Redux which will include easy online course registration, a clear presentation highlighting all of our studio artists, and an online store! We're hoping raise $3,500 to offset the fees for the web designer.
Artist Studios upkeep: Have you enjoyed attending our Open Studios? In order to keep things in tip top shape for our resident artists, we're hoping to raise $2,000 for continued upkeep of Redux's artist studios!
Exhibition Program: Have you loved the exhibitions you've seen at Redux since we moved into 1056 King Street? Us too. Help us continue to present the work of emerging contemporary artists! We're hoping to raise $2,500 to off set exhibition installation costs, assist with artist travel and housing in Charleston, and artwork transportation.
Gifts of ANY size directly support the Redux mission of fostering creativity and the cultivation of contemporary art through diverse exhibitions, subsidized studio space for visual artists, meaningful education programs, and a multidisciplinary approach to the dialogue between artists and their audiences.