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Solo exhibit at Redux: Art Before Dishes
Redux Contemporary Art Center unveils a solo exhibit by local visual artist Daisy McClellan, Art Before Dishes, bursting with fiber art productions weaved from techniques such as punch needle, rug tufting and embroidery. The home still symbolizes the “woman’s domain” even though stay-at-home dads aren’t as obscure as they were in the 1950s. McClellan explores this social construction from the mindset of a mom who is focused on making time for her art. All the pieces are inspired by women who weren’t taken seriously as artists and employ crafting techniques traditionally attributed to women. The opening night reception is 5-8 p.m. Sept. 23. 

Sept. 23- Nov. 5. Varying hours. Free. Redux Contemporary Art Gallery. Downtown. reduxstudios.org.

Folly Art Village
The Folly Art Village market is a hub for Charleston area entrepreneurs and artisans to spotlight their locally made, handcrafted products in a family-friendly atmosphere. The Washout offers seafood-centric pub food, kids crafts and live music to round out the experience. Seasonal fare and farm fresh produce are available. Between jewelry, CBD products, beach gear, apothecary items and clothing, there’s something for everyone. 

Sept 21. 5-9 p.m. Free. The Washout. Folly Beach. Follywashout.com.

Sounds of the Lowcountry Brunch 
Join in Charleston Park Conservancy’s fall brunch series kick-off with music from a Charleston Jazz Orchestra ensemble, wine tasting from Graft Wine Shop and menu items from an assortment of food trucks. Kids younder than 12 attend for free. A 10-piece Charleston Jazz ensemble fronted by guest vocalist Zandrina Dunning will perform Lowcountry favorites that showcase Gullah Geechee rhythms. All proceeds benefit the conservancy’s efforts to upkeep Charleston’s beautiful parks.

Sept. 25. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. $25; Free for kids under 12. Hampton Park. Downtown. charlestonparksconservancy.org.

Happy Flower Happy Hour Design Workshop 
Sip cocktails while learning how to arrange flowers and supporting a good cause. Pancreatic Cancer Action Network research and advocacy nonprofit will receive $20 from every ticket sales. Whether you’re a seasoned florist or budding flower enthusiast, this workshop is a chance to get creative and learn something new from master florist Daniel Laske. All materials are provided, and you choose your handmade vase made from repurposed bottles.

Sept. 26. 6:30-8 p.m. $60. Woodward Tavern. Mount Pleasant. eventbrite.com

Getting Saucy BBQ Sauce Competition
It’s the inaugural barbecue sauce competition fundraising event by Arc of the Lowcountry, an advocacy organization for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Dozens of barbecue sauce makers will battle for the grand champion title. The event features live music from Lauren Hall, Ben Fagan & The Holy City Hooligans, Lafaye and Chris Boone, food and beverages available for purchase. Kids younger than 12 attend for free.

Sept. 24. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. $40-$45. Firefly Distillery. North Charleston. gettingsaucysc.com.


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