Category Archives: The Arts

A Day at the Museum Rijksmuseum

A Day at the Museum Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Explore the masterworks from the Dutch Golden Age, including works from Vermeer and Rembrandt. Google offers a Street View tour of this iconic museum, so you can feel as if you’re actually wandering … Continue reading

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Charleston Museum Resources and Presentations From Home

The Charleston Museum and its Historic Houses are currently closed, but they have created new resources for students, parents and teachers to utilize during this time at home. Click here for Virtual Tours with 3-D models and critical thinking questions. … Continue reading

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A Day at the Museum The Art Institute of Chicago

A Day at the Museum The Art Institute of Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the world’s great art museums, housing a collection that spans centuries and the globe. A personal visit to the Art Institute is an awe-inspiring, and … Continue reading

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Announcing Charleston Stage’s 43rd Season of Plays!

The Shows Will Go On and the Curtain Will Rise Again! We Are Thrilled to Announce Our 43rd Season of Plays at the Historic Dock Street Theatre! Season Ticket Sales Open Online This Friday, April 3! Click here for ticket … Continue reading

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Ranky Tanky at the Gaillard Online

Looking for a chance to enjoy some local music from the safety of your home? Last week, Charleston’s own Ranky Tanky performed a sold-out concert with the Charleston Symphony, the last before the Gaillard closed temporarily. Fortunately in this time … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Watching

Have you watched a terrific show or movie at home lately? Maybe you’ve discovered an interesting series on Amazon Prime or Netflix or another media service provider. Since we are all spending more time in our homes these days, Tidelines … Continue reading

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A Day at the Museum – Day 3 : The National Gallery of Art

A Day at the Museum – Day 3 National Gallery of Art, Washington The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, houses an extensive collection of art and offers changing exhibitions throughout the year. This famous American art museum features … Continue reading

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Interested in What Seabrookers Are Watching?

Have you watched a terrific show or movie at home lately? Maybe you’ve discovered an interesting series on Amazon Prime or Netflix or another media service provider. Since we are all spending more time in our homes these days, Tidelines … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center’s Education and Community Program

With South Carolina schools closing through the end of March, we understand that adjusting to schooling at home can be difficult for students and parents. If you are in need of activities or lesson plans for the next few weeks, … Continue reading

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A Day at the Museum – Day 2 – The Guggenheim Museum

A Day at the Museum – Day 2 The Guggenheim Museum, New York Still looking for something to do? Why not check out another museum?  The Guggenheim Museum in New York City is not only famous for the artwork it houses, … Continue reading

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A Little Morning Inspiration…

Our places of worship are still closed and we are still practicing our social distancing, so we thought we could all use a little bit of contemplation and inspiration.  Click here. “Lord of All Hopefulness,” Lyrics by Jan Struther (1929), … Continue reading

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Music to Cheer the Soul…

We all know, and hopefully have experienced, music that lifts the soul. In Maura Hogan’s P&C article Sunday article (March 22) she mentions several opportunities to listen to music since we can’t go out for a concert. In this age … Continue reading

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