Click on the link below to hear a little from Stephen Hoffius and Susan Williams as they talk about their book Upheaval: Earthquake and Murder on the Eve of Jim Crow. Both Hoffius and Williams will be speaking at the College of Charleston on August 31 in the Addlestone Library Room 227 at 6:00 pm […]
Check out this great video we’ve made to tell you a little more about the College of Charleston Addlestone Library and all that we have to offer! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwLqPyzPsiw&feature=youtu.be
The Addlestone Library just received a historic collection of sporting and angling books printed from the 17th to mid-20th centuries. The Post and Courier featured the acquisition on the front page of today’s local section. To read the article and view the photo gallery, which features 25 images of works from the collection, click here!
The word is out about Bryant Holsenbeck’s Bottle Cap Mandala! The Post and Courier featured the mandala as a cover story in Sunday’s edition. Read the article here! Also, check out the College of Charleston’s YouTube page for a video about Bryant and the creation of her mandala! The mandala will be in the Rotunda […]
After three days and more than 50 student and community volunteers, Bryant Holsenbeck’s Bottle Cap Mandala is complete and on view in the Rotunda of the Addlestone Library! Visit the exhibit page for more information and photographs! Stop by the library this evening between 5pm – 7pm for the opening – and visit tomorrow at […]
Environmental Artist Bryant Holsenbeck travelled from Durham, NC yesterday to start her mini-residency at the College of Charleston’s Addlestone Library this week. And, she brought 50,000 of her favorite bottle caps and jar lids. Holsenbeck will begin creating her three-dimensional installation – a mandala – this morning in the Rotunda of the Addlestone Library. And […]
The Lowcountry Digital Library (LCDL) just uploaded its 30,000th image, having added more than 20,000 images in the past year. This project is a collaborative effort led by the College of Charleston to build a digital (online) library that includes digitized primary documents, photographs, publications, oral histories, and other resources from 10 different local cultural […]