What You'll Get
For $50, today's side deal gets you a patron-level membership to Redux Contemporary Art Center (a $150 value). Although admission is free, you'll be contributing to adult and youth educational programs, special exhibitions, and the overall improvement of studio facilities. Members also receive the following benefits and discounts:
- One limited-edition Redux T-shirt (while supplies last)
- Two free tickets to special events
- Notification of your tax-deductible contribution
- Special notification of new programming
- 20% discount on Redux classes and workshops
- 10% discount on Redux merchandise (includes catalogs, T-shirts, and prints)
- 10% discount on all services at Charleston Center for Photography (includes photography, printing, classes etc.)
- 15% discount on framing at Artizom Frame Gallery (downtown Charleston)
- 15% discount on framing at Havens Fine Framing (Mt. Pleasant)
- 10% discount on regular priced merchandise at Artist and Craftsman Supply
Redux Contemporary Art Center is a nonprofit arts organization that showcases a diverse collection of visual art exhibits, studio space to provide artists a creative outlet, and a center for expansive educational programming. The center boasts 6,000 square feet with two galleries, 15 private artist studios, a film screening area, and much more. Check out the current and upcoming exhibits, which include Ice Storm, a translucent wonderland inspired by all things frozen water featuring the work of Carson Fox.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Redux Contemporary Art Center
Though built only in 2011, the nonprofit Redux Contemporary Art Center’s new 12,000-square-foot facility stays bustling all year, hosting six to eight free exhibitions in two galleries. After taking in the artwork, visitors can attend numerous free events, such as artist talks, film screenings, panels, and concerts. More than 100 classes foster artistic inclinations throughout the year as local qualified instructors help students master disciplines such as painting, drawing, and printmaking.
Redux's galleries stay full thanks in part to its 22 private artist studios, which accommodate emerging and mid-career artists with up to 240 square feet of creative space. Twenty-four-hour studio passes grant access to Redux’s darkroom, print studio, and woodshop. To encourage a sense of community, artists can participate in quarterly critiques, attend visiting-artist lectures, and debate their studio neighbors on artistic controversies such as whether Michelangelo’s David is as good as the earlier one he sculpted from Play-Doh.