Young Contemporaries Exhibition
Now in its 37th year, the Halsey Institute and the College of Charleston Studio Art Department are ready to present Young Contemporaries 2022, an annual celebration of talented student artists. Featuring a wide range of media, including paintings, sculpture, photography and prints, the exhibition showcases the efforts of the student body at the college.

March 18-April 23. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursdays. Free. Halsey Institute of Contemporary Arts. 161 Calhoun St. Downtown.

Fur and Frost: Carolina Winters
Sitting fireside would not have been quite enough to keep 19th-century residents toasty through the Lowcountry winters. Visit The Charleston Museum to see historic fashions for winter and learn why wool and fur dominated the fashion industry before synthetic fiber. All guests must wear face masks when inside. 

March 25. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission prices vary. The Charleston Museum. 360 Meeting St. Downtown.

Pink in the Rink
The Stingrays are donning their special pink jerseys to show support for local organizations and residents fighting breast cancer in the Lowcountry. The jerseys will be auctioned off at the end, and all proceeds will go to Share Our Suzy, a local organization dedicated to supporting those fighting breast cancer. “I Fight For” signs will be distributed to the first 1,000 fans in the coliseum. 

March 26. 6-9 p.m. Ticket prices vary. North Charleston Coliseum. 5001 Coliseum Drive. North Charleston.

Michelle Rider AKA Shelly Belly and Jas
TikTok star and comedian Michelle Rider, AKA Shelly Belly, and Jas, a native South Carolinian comedian, are heading to Old Trolley Theatre in Summerville for a special standup show. Rider has headlined at some of the largest comedy clubs in the U.S. after jumpstarting a comedy career with millions of views on her TikTok videos.

March 25. 9-10:45 p.m. $15/ticket. Old Trolley Theatre. 102 Old Trolley Road. Summerville.

Indigo Dyeing Workshop 
Lowcountry artist Kristy Bishop is leading workshop participants through the world of natural dyes and techniques. Participants will have the chance to learn about the history of this dye plant in South Carolina, the chemistry of a vat and dye fabric using shibori tie-dye methods. This workshop will focus on itajime (folding and clamped resist), kumo (bound resist) and nui (stitched resist). 

March 26. 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Prices vary. The Dill Sanctuary. 1163 Riverland Drive. James Island.

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