The Vendue | Homage
Apr
5
7:00 pm19:00

The Vendue | Homage

Preview Dinner April 5, 2017     7-9pm

OPENING RECEPTION April 6, 2017 6-8pm 

HOMAGE 

The Vendue’s newest exhibition, which is to be displayed April – September 2017 is being curated by Emily Rigsby, The Vendue’s Art Director. “HOMAGE” emerged by way of Rigsby’s love for Art History, bearing in mind our mission to foster a dynamic, progressive Art Program. 
 
This show comes on the heels of a whimsical exhibition “Lions and Tigers and Bears”. The new exhibit will showcase artists from around the country paying homage to the artists that paved the way before them. Viewers will be delighted by the nods to iconic works found in museums and private collections. Old world techniques are given new life through the brushes of living masters, in a contemporary environment. 
 
The Vendue has organized two events in correlation with the opening of “HOMAGE.” On Wednesday, April 5th from 7-9pm, Drawing Room will host a preview dinner which pairs participating artists with a thoughtfully curated menu by renowned chef, Forrest Parker. Local artist and gallery owner, Robert Lange, as well as celebrated artist, Susan Harrell, will give insight to their process and inspiration for the pieces they created for “HOMAGE”.  Tickets are $75 and space is limited. Call 843-414-2334 or email ArtDocent@TheVendue.com to reserve your seat at this highly anticipated dinner. The following night, Thursday, April 6th from 6-8pm, The Vendue will host the opening reception for “HOMAGE” and will feature live music, cocktails, and passed hors d’oeuvres. All are welcome.

MARY MARTIN GALLERY | Suzanne Barton
Apr
7
5:00 pm17:00

MARY MARTIN GALLERY | Suzanne Barton

MARY MARTIN GALLERY FEATURES “TINY DANCER” BY SUZANNE BARTON

Join us on Gallery Row in the famed Charleston Historic District for an enchanting evening of fine art at the Mary Martin Gallery! This April, we proudly present the underwater photography of Suzanne Barton.  Suzanne is one of Florida's most sought after photographers. She possesses the innate ability to capture a moment that will be cherished for a lifetime.   While frequently referred to as an emotionally intuitive photographer, she takes pride in projecting an unobtrusive persona onto her work.  Join us as we welcome Suzanne Barton to our Charleston gallery on Friday, April 7th 2017 5-8 PM.

“My ‘Tiny Dancer Underwater Art Series’ began as a yearning to experience underwater photography.  The grace and fluidity of movement, the soothing quiet and calm beneath the surface, along with the weightless suspension, as my subject floated to the surface, left me transformed.” – Suzanne Barton

Modern technology has opened doors for new-age photography.  After extensive underwater photography sessions with specialized photography equipment, careful editing, and selection of the perfect image, fine art techniques are added and the image is then committed to a special metallic substrate for display with an archival mount.  The archival "C-Type" image is made by exposing light onto a special metallic substrate (which has a metallic sheen or "pearl-essence), giving the image an extra "pop". 

Art Walk and Show Opening: Friday April 7th, 5:00-8:00 PM
Suzanne Barton’s artwork will be featured through April 30th at the Mary Martin Gallery.
Suzanne Barton is represented by Mary Martin Gallery, 103 Broad Street, Charleston, SC29401

MARY MARTIN GALLERY | BRIAN TRAVERS
Apr
7
5:00 pm17:00

MARY MARTIN GALLERY | BRIAN TRAVERS

MARY MARTIN GALLERY FEATURES THE VISUAL ARTWORK OF UB40’S SAXOPHONE VIRTUOSO - BRIAN TRAVERS

Join us on Gallery Row in the famed Charleston Historic District for an enchanting evening of fine art at the Mary Martin Gallery! This April, we proudly present the visual artwork of one of UB40’S musicians, Brian Travers. For decades, Brian has been known worldwide as a founding member and saxophonist of British reggae superstar group UB40.  However in more recent times Brian is also becoming well-known for his visual art career.  Brian’s work is being exclusively represented in the United States by Mary Martin Gallery.  Join us as we welcome Brian Travers to our Charleston gallery on Friday, April 7th 2017.

Fabulon | Back to the Garden
Apr
8
3:00 pm15:00

Fabulon | Back to the Garden

Do you remember a simpler time in life, without all of today’s electronics and life’s distractions?  On April 8th from 3-5 pm come join us at Fabulon and go “Back to the Garden” with an Earth Friendly information fair.  Visit with our friends from the Birds of Prey Center and talk to specialists about living a more “green” lifestyle. Guest artist, Deane Bowers, will share her found treasures and guide guests in the process of making recycled art. This free event is family friendly.

Later that same day from 5-8pm, there will be an artist reception. This show will illuminate artists’ ideals on nature and reverence for what we have. Artists will share views on ecology, sustainability, and global warming.
 
Guest Artists: Dale Aren, Danielle Bersch, Christine Blyth, Deane Bowers, Chelsea Bridges, Linda D’Elia, Lynne Riding, Shari Schultz, Carlay Stahl, Jenion Tyson, Vik Andrea Zinn

Fabulon Resident Artists: Meyriel Edge, Laura McRae-Hitchcock,
 Hampton R. Olfus, Jr., Susan Irish

Back to the Garden is an exhibit and art sale with works on display from April 1st-April 29th.


Mitchell Hill | Brian Nash
Mar
17
5:00 pm17:00

Mitchell Hill | Brian Nash

FASHION WEEK
March 17, 5-8 PM

Mitchell Hill is happy to present Nashville artist Brian Nash in his first Charleston solo show. 
Nash, Former Director of Retail Marketing and Advertising for Polo Ralph Lauren, recently celebrated the launch of his adult pajama line, LALA Land. From the catwalk to cat paintings, we know you'll leave wearing your best accessory, a smile.
 
Join us Friday, March 17th for a night with Nash. Meet the artist, enjoy a sip, and a snack from 5 - 8 PM. 

GRAND BOHEMIAN GALLERY | Fashion Week
Mar
14
Mar 16

GRAND BOHEMIAN GALLERY | Fashion Week

Charleston Fashion Week
HAPPY HOUR WITH OUR FASHION FORWARD ARTISTS
Join us for an engaging happy hour with fashion forward artists Erika Lynn, Rebecca Tuten and Daniel Velasco at our rooftop restaurant, Élevé.
Happy Hour
March 14, 15 & 16, 5:30 pm - 7:30

Mary Martin Gallery | Waters of the World
Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

Mary Martin Gallery | Waters of the World

Join us at Mary Martin Gallery in March for “Waters of the World”.  Explore the world through the different bodies of water in the eyes of our artists; from the seashores of Spain, to the lakes of Italy, to the marshes of Louisiana.  "Waters of the World" is a group exhibition featuring the works of our local, national, and international artists.
Show Opening: Friday March 3rd 5-8PM
On display through March 31st

Grand Bohemian Gallery | GARY BODNER
Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

Grand Bohemian Gallery | GARY BODNER

Charleston As I Know It
GARY BODNER
A renowned colorist, Bodner's newest
body of mixed media paintings recall the
interplay of color and charm of
Charleston, South Carolina. 
 
March 3, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
 
OFFICIAL ART WALK AFTER PARTY AT ÉLEVÉ AT GRAND BOHEMIAN  
March 3, 6:00 pm- 11:00pm
 
Exhibit on display through March 31.

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery
Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery

Spring Brings to Mind

Buds, Blossoms, Boats, Bunnies and More…

Opening Friday, March 3rd

5:00 – 8:00 PM

An evolving exhibit to run through April 29th

      Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio is delighted to announce the solo exhibition of original mixed media paintings by Colorado-based artist Amy Dixon to be on display at our new 177 King Street gallery space Friday, March 3rd, through Monday, April 3rd. Amy will be joining us for her opening reception in association with the Charleston Gallery Association Artwalk on Friday, March 3rd, from 5pm-8pm.  "Unbridled" will feature a beautiful collection of abstract and abstract-impressionist works representative of Amy's broad palette of colors and visual inspirations. From the abstract landscapes to impressionistic flora and fauna, Amy shows no constraint to her imagination and realization onto canvas. Using a variety of acrylic paints, oil stick, washes and glazes, Amy's layering of ingredients remains a detailed process from start to finish.
Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio is delighted to announce the solo exhibition of original mixed media paintings by Colorado-based artist Amy Dixon to be on display at our new 177 King Street gallery space Friday, March 3rd, through Monday, April 3rd. Amy will be joining us for her opening reception in association with the Charleston Gallery Association Artwalk on Friday, March 3rd, from 5pm-8pm.  "Unbridled" will feature a beautiful collection of abstract and abstract-impressionist works representative of Amy's broad palette of colors and visual inspirations. From the abstract landscapes to impressionistic flora and fauna, Amy shows no constraint to her imagination and realization onto canvas. Using a variety of acrylic paints, oil stick, washes and glazes, Amy's layering of ingredients remains a detailed process from start to finish.

MITCHELL HILL | MAJESTIC MOTION
Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

MITCHELL HILL | MAJESTIC MOTION

Karen Keene Day
March 3, 5-8 PM

Karen Keene Day continues her Moments With Wild Horses series March 3rd with the opening of Majestic Motion. A decade of summers spent adventuring the valleys of Colorado comes together in this body of work. Traveler, Sundance, and Kreacher are just a few frequent subjects of Day's energetic representations. Painting from photographs taken in the field, Day's slick palette knife strokes create just enough of the image for the viewer to fill in the rest. It's difficult not to be swept up in the overwhelming sense of implied motion. With some pieces spanning 72", Day is able to highlight the wide open feeling of 22,00 acres within which these mustangs live. 

Join the artist and fellow art walkers March 3rd from 5-8 pm for an opening reception at 438 King St. All are welcome! 

Mitchell Hill | Betty Botts
Feb
18
11:00 am11:00

Mitchell Hill | Betty Botts

As you make plans for SEWE weekend be sure to carve out time Saturday for a look at the latest wildlife abstracts from ATL artist Betty Foy Sanders Botts! These large scale paintings on birch panel transport the viewer into the subject's natural habitat.

Botts will be in the gallery Saturday Feb. 18th from 11-5 for her 6th #SEWE showing. Joined this year by the Boykin Spaniel Rescue, a national organization with a large SEWE presence ! For the 2017 exhibit, Betty has painted a beautiful Boykin Spaniel panel to be the featured poster image for the BSR. Proceeds from the poster sales to benefit the BSR. 

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Forest to Studio
Feb
13
Feb 28

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Forest to Studio

Wildlife Art


During your visit to the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, come explore the rare and stunning works in our exhibit. Featuring oil paintings by Stefano Cecchini and Chris Rutigliano, photography by Barbara Northrup, stone sculpture by Zimbabwe artists, leather fashions by Erika Lynn Designs, jewelry by Molly Jane Designs.
Exhibit on display Feb. 13-28, 2017.

FABULON | Love Bites
Feb
11
5:00 pm17:00

FABULON | Love Bites

Love Bites by Nicole Robinson 

Not Your Typical Love Story 

Not Your Typical Love Story
Different ways we love, who, why, what’s missing,
what we want, pet love, sacrifice...

Originally Valentine’s Day was about respecting people's need for love, compassion, and acceptance.
This group show illustrates artists’ interpretations on the theme.
Celebrate all diverse interpretations of love in a less commercial representation. Except for the chocolate part.
There will be lots of chocolate.
Guest Artists: Chrisi Blyth, Deane V. Bowers, Linda D’Elia, Kopeace, Dina Platt, Nicole Robinson, Shari Schultz, Vik, Henry Wolf
New work by Fabulon Artists: Louise Aug, Meyriel Edge, Amanda England, Eugene Horne, Susan Irish, Liza S. Lindahl, Laura McRae-Hitchcock, Hampton R. Olfus, Jr.
There will be an opening reception with refreshments on
Saturday February 11th, 5-8pm.

Art will be showcased from 2/4-2/28.
All are welcome. Event is free. 
Free parking. 

Feb
3
5:00 pm17:00

MARY MARTIN GALLERY AND RON DI SCENZA

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 5-8PM
“From Dark to Light, Then Color”

Mary Martin Art Gallery is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of Ron Di Scenza’s art exhibit showcasing his paintings and his perfected Verdaccio or Monochromatic underpainting technique, which originates from the Italian fresco painters of the early Renaissance. Ron Di Scenza, who resides in Italy, will be in attendance for the exhibit opening and an artist meet and greet on Friday, February 3rd from 5-8 PM.

Di Scenza achieves an optical effect that cannot be achieved by direct painting with color. An underpainting is a monochrome version of the final painting intended to initially fix the composition, give volume and substance to the forms, and distribute darks and lights in order to create the effect of illumination. His process begins with preliminary drawing transferred to the canvas and he works "from dark to light." Once Di Scenza established his monochromatic design, he then adds color.

Especially exciting, Di Scenza's detailed realism is on par with Flemish painter Johannes Vermeer's, while the soulfulness of his subjects brings to mind Italian artist Michelangelo Caravaggio. “When I paint, I try to continue the great painting methods that came before me," explains Di Scenza. "At the same time, I seek to create the immediacy of the here and now through the unique spirit of the person I'm painting.

“From Dark, to Light, then Color” will be on display through February 28, 2017.
Ron Di Scenza is represented byMary Martin Gallery, 103 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401

 

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery |  Lowcountry Birds and Waterways
Feb
3
Feb 25

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Lowcountry Birds and Waterways

Friday February 3, 2017
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

February 3, 2017 – February 25, 2017

Cool greens and blues…warm reds, yellows and oranges all light and define the salt marshes, backwater channels and narrow inlets of the Lowcountry.

Pastel artists Vicki Gates and Elaine Hruska navigate these areas with quick and focused eyes as do the birds whose habitat is our Magnificent Lowcountry.

GRAND BOHEMIAN GALLERY | Heart & Soul
Feb
1
5:00 pm17:00

GRAND BOHEMIAN GALLERY | Heart & Soul

Heart & Soul: Art and Jewelry Exhibition
Cultivate Your Passions

Envelop you senses with artwork by Daniel Velasco, Donna Dowless, Oksana, Coeur de Lion, and Worn Beadies. Wear your gallery jewelry selection to Élevé restaurant during Valentine's weekend (Feb. 10-14) to receive a complimentary Heartini cocktail. (Gallery jewelry must be purchased in the months of January or February 2017 at Grand Bohemian Gallery). Reserve on OpenTable. 

Exhibit on view everyday throughout the month of February 2017.

MARY MARTIN ART GALLERY | RON DiSCENZA’S ARTIST WORKSHOP
Jan
31
Feb 2

MARY MARTIN ART GALLERY | RON DiSCENZA’S ARTIST WORKSHOP

MARY MARTIN ART GALLERY PRESENTS
MASTER ARTIST RON DiSCENZA’S ARTIST WORKSHOP
“FROM DARK TO LIGHT, THEN COLOR”
Andell Inn-Kiawah, SC
January 31st - February 2nd
 
Join us for a dynamic workshop in the Verdaccio or Monochromatic underpainting technique which originates from the Italian fresco painters of the early Renaissance with artist Ron DiScenza.

You will achieve an optical effect that cannot be achieved by direct painting with color. In its simplest terms, an underpainting is a monochrome version of the final painting intended to initially fix the composition, give volume and substance to the forms, and distribute darks and lights in order to create the effect of illumination. Color is applied over the underpainting only when it is thoroughly dry. 

Especially exciting, Di Scenza's detailed realism is on par with Flemish painter Johannes Vermeer's, while the soulfulness of his subjects brings to mind Italian artist Michelangelo Caravaggio."When I paint, I try to continue the great painting methods that came before me," explains Di Scenza. "At the same time, I seek to create the immediacy of the here and now through the unique spirit of the person I'm painting. His process begins with preliminaty drawing transferred to the canvas and he works "from dark to light." Once Di Scenza established his monochromatic design, he adds color. Di Scenza's paintings can be seen in galleries in the United States and Italy and in the permanent collection of many Long Island and New York City corporations. His individual collectors hail from around the globe.

DAY 1- On the first day, students will recreate a Rembrandt portrait.  They will learn the procedures of how Rembrandt's paintings were created, with reference pictures supplied by Ron Di Scenza.
 
DAY 2- The Rembrandt technique learned on day one will be applied to a still-life painting.  The still-life reference will be provided by Ron Di Scenza.
 
DAY 3- On the last day, students will apply what they have learned to a landscape or seascape painting.  Students may bring their own reference pictures if they choose.  Ron Di Scenza will also be providing instruction on how to create a landscape painting without a reference picture, using only the imagination!
 
Classes are $350 per person and will be held from 11 AM - 6 PM at the Andell Inn in Freshfields Village.
 
Call Mary Martin Gallery to reserve your spot: 843-723-0303

 

Corrigan Gallery | Sally Smith
Jan
20
5:00 pm17:00

Corrigan Gallery | Sally Smith

OPENING RECEPTION
THIS FRIDAY, JANUARY 20
5-8 PM

SHOW THROUGH FEBRUARY 4
LATE HOURS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
A free trip through color and travels created by the multi-talented artist
Sally Smith

Dec
9
5:00 pm17:00

Mitchell Hill | Popcorn Garland

Mitchell Hill presents their annual holiday show featuring small works by local artists, both MH artists and guest, priced to gift from $25-$500. Expect to find hand painted horn mounts by Sara Pittman, pottery by Eva Magill-Oliver, along with a variety of sculptures, abstracts, graphic prints, photographs and more! Enjoy live music and libations while checking off your holiday list!

Fabulon | Photography Show
Dec
9
5:00 pm17:00

Fabulon | Photography Show

This show will present a collection of images that define place. Show photos that exemplify the glory of space. Depict that special landscape, real or imaginary, interior or exterior. Capture from where you came or where you now call home. Show where you really live, physically or spiritually. What does it mean to be “from here”? What makes you feel like you belong?

DATES:  Deadline for submission is 11/14. Artists will be notified by 11/18. Work will be delivered on or before 11/23 and picked up by 12/23. There will be an Opening Reception with refreshments on December 9th from 5pm until 8:00pm. The art will be showcased from Dec. 1st to Dec. 22nd. 

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Oksana
Dec
2
5:30 pm17:30

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Oksana

First Friday, December 2, 2016  5:30-8pm
 
Champagne & Shop feat. Jewelry by Oksana
 
Oksana’s couture pieces are made from the finest pearls, crystals and beads from the Czech Republic, Japan and Austria, including stunning elements from Swarovski. Each design is perfected by hand using only the most luxurious of materials.

Meet the Artist Reception  
December 2, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Mary Martin Gallery | Laura Palermo
Dec
2
5:00 pm17:00

Mary Martin Gallery | Laura Palermo

This December, Mary Martin Gallery will be featuring our local wildlife conservation artist, Laura Palermo- a passionate artist who has turned to art activism as a form of aesthetic resolution for our threatened and endangered species.  It all started with a sea turtle.  When Palermo first moved to Charleston in 2012, she was fishing off the coast of Sullivan’s Island when she was greeted by a green sea turtle.  It was love at first sight!  Palermo was immediately inspired to begin a collection of sea turtle paintings to promote conservation.  One year later, the enthusiastic artist was SCUBA certified and eager to swim and study these magnificent creatures in their natural environment.  Palermo donates 10% of her profits from her sea turtle collection to the SC Aquarium Sea Turtle Care Center, and 10% of her bird collection profits to the National Aviary and BirdLife International – in an effort to help provide sustainable solutions for conservation on a local and global level.  Stop by Mary Martin gallery for Art Walk on Friday, December 2nd from 5-8 PM for the show opening and to meet the artist!

http://marymartinart.com/laurapalermo.html

 

SREBNIK GALLERY | HOLIDAY SHOW & ARTIST RECEPTION
Dec
2
5:00 pm17:00

SREBNIK GALLERY | HOLIDAY SHOW & ARTIST RECEPTION

Charleston’s newest art gallery, Srebnik Gallery, will offer Holiday treats, music and cheer while featuring paintings by Katriel Srebnik and Yong Hong Zhong--Charleston scenes, ballet dancers from The Nutcracker, costumes, figures, portraits, interiors, street scenes, gardens, landscapes, still life & more!

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Just for You
Dec
2
5:00 pm17:00

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Just for You

Just for You – Give the gift of art | original works from ENG artists including paintings, ceramic sculpture, glass, wood, jewelry and more. You will find pieces that are just perfect for you or for those on your holiday list!  Music by our very own Emily Heeke.

Dog & Horse Fine Art |  Ian Mason
Dec
2
5:00 pm17:00

Dog & Horse Fine Art | Ian Mason

Celebrate the season with your favorite galleries!  Art makes a lasting gift.  Is there something in the gallery on your wish list? We have 19th – 21st century fine art, include painting and sculpture, miniatures, prints, books and notecards.  Ian Mason’s show, The Essential Dog, will be on view during the final 2016 ArtWalk, Friday, Dec. 2, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.  

MEYER VOGL GALLERY | GALLERY WALLAPALOOZA
Dec
2
5:00 pm17:00

MEYER VOGL GALLERY | GALLERY WALLAPALOOZA

Gallery Wallapalooza is an exhibition of small works by a number of our favorite artists, inclduing Quang Ho, James Richards, Laurie Meyer, Marissa Vogl, and more. Ranging anywhere from 6”x6” to 16”x20”, the pieces will be perfect for filling your gallery walls … or small nooks … or Christmas wish lists!

The Sportsman’s Gallery | Caesar Guerini & Syren Sporting Event
Dec
1
12:00 pm12:00

The Sportsman’s Gallery | Caesar Guerini & Syren Sporting Event

When it comes to high-end shotguns, Italy is renowned for its fine craftsmanship, precise manufacturing tolerances, and premium materials.  Caesar Guerini offers all of these qualities.  Located in the famed Brescia region of Italy, the company has developed a fine reputation for coupling the newest technologies with Italian tradition.  Your eyes are immediately drawn to the tastefully executed scroll engraving on the receiver and side plates.  If the term ‘eye candy’ can be used to describe a shotgun, a Caesar Guerini earns the title. 
 
“Syren”, a division of Caesar Guerini, is a line of shotguns created by women, exclusively for women. Syren’s all-female team is committed to producing the best products possible to fulfill the needs of women. No longer will ladies have to compromise when shooting trap, sporting clays, or in the field.


165 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401
843-727-1224

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Jean Claude Roy
Nov
16
Nov 17

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Jean Claude Roy

November 16-17, 2016
 
Jean Claude Roy 2016 Exhibition
 
Mark your calendars for the Jean Claude Roy Tour 2016!  The Grand Bohemian Gallery Charleston is honored to host the expressionist-colorist and his latest body of paintings November 16-17, 2016.

Dinner with the Artist & Preview Party
Culinary adventure at our rooftop restaurant, Élevé—four-course meal and wine pairings, champagne toast and painting collection preview. Limited seating.               
November 16th  6:30-9 pm

Wine Blending Experience with Jean Claude
Our sommelier will lead you through blending your own red wine, create your own bottle to take home. Limited seating.
November 17th  1-2:30pm

Opening Reception
Open to the public
November 17th 5-8pm

Fabulon | Realm of Memory
Nov
12
5:00 pm17:00

Fabulon | Realm of Memory

Sat, Nov. 12th, 5-8 pm.
Exhibit: Nov 1st-30th 

Fabulon Presents: Eugene Horne and Gena Grant
Realm of Memory 

“Memories of nature, place, and light deconstructed, reconstructed, and transformed into paintings and sculptures.”

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Maree Nicholson
Nov
12
1:00 pm13:00

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Maree Nicholson

Saturday, November 12, 2016
1-3pm and 5:30- 8pm
 
Movement in Porcelain by Maree Nicholson
 
Nicholson creates one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces, often thematic in design. Her work begins with a classic shape thrown individually on the potter’s wheel transforming soft clay into sculptural forms.
 
ARTIST DEMONSTRATION
November 12, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm  
 
MEET THE ARTIST RECEPTION
November 12, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm