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  Arcade Project: “ Route to [re] settlement ” by Joseph Johnson   July 25th, 2016  On Sunday May 1st, Historic Columbia’s Mann-Simons site opened its doors to a function that has indirectly been in the making since the transfer of ownership of the property in the 1970s. The Mann-Simons site was transformed into an art exhibition space that explored African American life, history, and culture entitled, Route to (re) settlement.

Arcade Project: “Route to [re] settlement” by Joseph Johnson

July 25th, 2016

On Sunday May 1st, Historic Columbia’s Mann-Simons site opened its doors to a function that has indirectly been in the making since the transfer of ownership of the property in the 1970s. The Mann-Simons site was transformed into an art exhibition space that explored African American life, history, and culture entitled, Route to (re) settlement.

  Cola Daily: Historic Columbia explores Southern black culture and tradition in new exhibit by Kelly Petty   May 31, 2016  “ Route to (re)settlement ” is the first installment of an exhibition series examining the stories of AfricanAmerican communities in South Carolina, featuring works by acclaimed artists Rashid Johnson and Henry Taylor, alongside up-and-coming artists Michi Meko, Victoria-Idongesit Udondian and Fletcher Williams III.

Cola Daily: Historic Columbia explores Southern black culture and tradition in new exhibit by Kelly Petty

May 31, 2016

Route to (re)settlement” is the first installment of an exhibition series examining the stories of AfricanAmerican communities in South Carolina, featuring works by acclaimed artists Rashid Johnson and Henry Taylor, alongside up-and-coming artists Michi Meko, Victoria-Idongesit Udondian and Fletcher Williams III.

  New York Times: Here Comes the Whitney Biennial, Reflecting the Tumult of the Times by Robin Pogrebin   Nov. 17, 2016  FOR the first time in 20 years, the lead-up to the Whitney Biennial coincided with the presidential election, a background that could not help but inform the selection of artists and artwork that will be on view when the biennial opens on March 17, the first in the museum’s new downtown building.

New York Times: Here Comes the Whitney Biennial, Reflecting the Tumult of the Times by Robin Pogrebin

Nov. 17, 2016

FOR the first time in 20 years, the lead-up to the Whitney Biennial coincided with the presidential election, a background that could not help but inform the selection of artists and artwork that will be on view when the biennial opens on March 17, the first in the museum’s new downtown building.

 
  Amuse: South Carolina Art | The Artists you Need to Know by Hannah Bhuiya   March 27, 2017  South Carolina native Cecelia Stucker (http://www.curatingandcollections.com/) followed a globe-trotting career path after graduating with multiple degrees from USC, NYU and Sotheby’s (spinning her around the world from New York and Paris to Thailand and Denmark and leading to collaborations with some of the world’s top contemporary artists, such Rirkrit Tiravanija as well as working as both curator and advisor for various galleries, collectors and institutions.

Amuse: South Carolina Art | The Artists you Need to Know by Hannah Bhuiya

March 27, 2017

South Carolina native Cecelia Stucker (http://www.curatingandcollections.com/) followed a globe-trotting career path after graduating with multiple degrees from USC, NYU and Sotheby’s (spinning her around the world from New York and Paris to Thailand and Denmark and leading to collaborations with some of the world’s top contemporary artists, such Rirkrit Tiravanija as well as working as both curator and advisor for various galleries, collectors and institutions.

  Charleston City Paper: Vice's Amuse highlights 10 S.C. artists to watch including three from Charleston by Mary Scott Hardaway   April 3, 2017  Southern identity: Digital magazine Amuse, a branch of Vice published by i‑D, has named "10 South Carolina Artists You Need to Know." Of the 10, three reside locally: Fletcher Williams III, Mary Edna Fraser, and Jonathan Green.

Charleston City Paper: Vice's Amuse highlights 10 S.C. artists to watch including three from Charleston by Mary Scott Hardaway

April 3, 2017

Southern identity: Digital magazine Amuse, a branch of Vice published by i‑D, has named "10 South Carolina Artists You Need to Know." Of the 10, three reside locally: Fletcher Williams III, Mary Edna Fraser, and Jonathan Green.

 
  ArtFrankly: Cecelia Lucas Stucker – Founder: CC: Curating & Collections and Palmetto Curatorial Exchange by Karline Moeller   Jun 25, 2018  We are very excited to share this week’s Frank Talk with Cecelia Lucas Stucker, founder and director of both CC: Curating & Collections and the Palmetto Curatorial Exchange. She brings to these enterprises a unique skill set focusing on socio-politically engaged, site specific installations and initiatives which foster networks and dialogues between local communities and the broader international art world.

ArtFrankly: Cecelia Lucas Stucker – Founder: CC: Curating & Collections and Palmetto Curatorial Exchange by Karline Moeller

Jun 25, 2018

We are very excited to share this week’s Frank Talk with Cecelia Lucas Stucker, founder and director of both CC: Curating & Collections and the Palmetto Curatorial Exchange. She brings to these enterprises a unique skill set focusing on socio-politically engaged, site specific installations and initiatives which foster networks and dialogues between local communities and the broader international art world.