St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church Parish Hall
Engaging in community ministry is one way the people of St. Matthew's put their faith into action. The mission of the Community Outreach Center is to serve those in need by encouraging unity, respect and self-reliance through job and life skills training, technology instruction and English language acquisition. For more information on the programs offered by the Community Outreach Center and how you can support them, visit here or contact Pastor Rebecca Wicker, Associate Pastor for Outreach and Evangelism at 843-723-1611 ext. 103
Ella Richardson Fine Art
Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art is housed in an elegant and inviting historic property at 58 Broad Street in downtown Charleston, SC. We strive to meet the needs of our clients by offering them consistently exceptional artwork from our established and emerging artists. We represent realist, impressionist and contemporary abstract styles. Since 2001 we have represented American and European artists. We specialize in contemporary Russian and Dutch oil paintings and bronze sculptures. New exhibitions monthly coincide with the First Friday Art Walks. Periodically, we curate exhibitions of works from selected Modern Master artists such as Picasso, Miró, Chagall and Renoir. The gallery is a member of the Charleston Gallery Association. Gallery hours are Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm or by appointment. Please feel free to contact us at 843.722.3660 or email@example.com with any questions you may have.
Forte Jazz Lounge
Cannon Street Arts Center
Cannon Street Arts Center is a new cultural facility focused on community-engaged work. Managed by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, the venue houses a 110-seat theatre, a 1,500-square-foot flexible exhibition and gathering space, and a meeting room, which are available for rentals with priority given to non-profit arts organizations and local artists. For more information on availability and rates, please contact the Office of Cultural Affairs at (843) 724-7305 or CulturalAffairs@charleston-sc.gov.
Dock Street Theatre
Now owned and managed by the City of Charleston, the Historic Dock Street Theatre (soon to enter its fourth century as the heart of Charleston's artistic life) is home to many of the City's finest cultural institutions including Charleston Stage and Spoleto Festival USA. Charleston Stage, which became the resident professional theatre at the Dock Street Theatre in 1978, produces over 100 performances each season and plays to more than 49,000 patrons annually.
Jewish Studies Center, College of Charleston
The Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program aims to serve College of Charleston student and others with an interest in Judaism through offerings emphasizing academics, student life, and community outreach, in order that they may gain a greater understanding of themselves and of their culture and community.