It only happens once a year, but this month, Charleston’s Artwalk slides from its regular third Thursday to Black Friday.
Arguably, Black Friday Artwalk is the biggest Artwalk of the year, with more people out and about downtown Charleston looking for deals and one-of-a-kind gift ideas.
This year, over 20 area merchants and offices are participating, some with special deals for those with discerning tastes.
A few of the highlights include a collection of pastels by Sandra King at Art Emporium, some figurative work by Michael Teel, showing at Charleston Ballet, and pieces by abstract artist Linda Stonestreet, showing at Gallery 11.
Previously New York-based artist Christybomb will have some of her over-the-top work at Art Store.
Christybomb’s art is based around brightly colored childhood imagery taken from pop culture and games.
The Clay Center will showing their Creative Space exhibit and will offer special access to adults to climb the new climbing sculpture inside the arts and science center.
Charleston’s Artwalk is from 5 to 8 p.m. For more information, visit Artwalkcwv.com.