Charleston Summer Event Features Fine Art and Local Cuisine

Butter me Up by Shannon Runquist

You always know what local produce and products are in season when you participate in the Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association’s Palette and Palate Stroll. The event features local chefs and restaurants paired with local fine art galleries, all members of the CFADA. With menus like: Charleston Shrimp, Corn Kimchi, and Bibb Lettuce prepared by Chef Brock of McCrady’s, and Royal Red Shrimp Ceviche prepared by Circa 1886 Chef Collins, the popular summer event will once again sell out! Locals and visitors who travel to Charleston for the event are to expect great local fair paired with Southern art. Galleries will feature food paitings (Horton Hayes Fine Art will feature Shannon Runquist) or local artists or Southern scenes.

So either you want to meet and mingle with your favorite chefs or artists, or you just want to be part of Charleston great social scene! See and be seen at the Palette and Palate Stroll this Friday, July 13th from 5:30-7:30pm!

This year’s pairings are:

Corrigan Gallery – Barsa Tapas
Dog and Horse Gallery – Circa 1886
Ella W. Richardson Fine Art – BLU
Helena Fox Fine Art – Anson
Horton Hayes Fine Art – Oak
Smith Killian Fine Art – McCrady’s
The Sylvan Gallery – Eli’s Table
Wells Gallery – Social

Tickets are still available at www.cfada.com. $45 per person. Once you buy a ticket online, you can check in at any participating gallery and enjoy your evening, strolling through the historic street of Charleston,  making stops at 8 local galleries! I suggest that you think about your preferred stops beforehand because you will have such a good time at each gallery that it will be hard to move onto the next one!

 

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