Lecture at the Art Center in Ridge Spring, SC – September 2012

Kaminer Haislip presented her silver work and gave a lecture on Saturday, September 15, 2012 to the Women’s Study Club of Ridge Spring, SC.  The event was held at the Art Center in Ridge Spring, which is operated by the Art Association of Ridge Spring, a volunteer group of citizens who work to promote the arts in the area.    The  Art Center has a gallery with exhibitions on display, hosts art classes for adults and children, and other events.  To learn more about it, visit https://sites.google.com/site/artassnridgespring/.

Gibbes Museum of Art Store

The Gibbes Museum of Art has a selection of Kaminer Haislip’s silver objects and jewelry available for purchase in their museum store.  Visit the museum to view her work as well as the exciting and varied exhibitions on display.  The Gibbes is located in downtown Charleston, SC at 135 Meeting Street.

http://www.gibbesmuseum.org/

Charleston Grit Feature – June 2012

Rebekah Jacob, expert in the art and photography of the American South and owner of Rebekah Jacob Gallery located uptown on King Street, wrote a feature article about Kaminer Haislip’s silver designs for Charleston Grit.  Her insightful article “Not Your Grandmother’s Silver” can be read at http://charlestongrit.com/not-your-grandmothers-silver.

Charleston Grit is a Charleston, South Carolina-based weblog featuring daily insight and opinions from the city’s most notable voices. Grit posts range from local humor and opinion pieces on topics like nightlife, relationships, and city issues to lifestyle blogs covering local fashion, recipes, and design trends; you can also check out music and art reviews, plus sneak peeks at events like Spoleto USA, the Wine & Food Festival, and Pecha Kucha.  Charleston Grit is a curated site, so writers join by invitation only.

www.charlestongrit.com

www.rebekahjacobgallery.com

Museum of the City of New York

Museum of the City of New York has an array of Kaminer Haislip’s sterling silver jewelry and functional objects available for purchase in their museum gallery store.  Visit the museum to view her work as well as the interesting exhibitions on display featuring a wide variety of topics based on the city.  The Museum is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue in New York City.

http://www.mcny.org/

Gibbes Museum of Art Lecture May 2012

 

 

 

 

Kaminer Haislip presented a lecture on her silver artwork to the Women’s Council of the Carolina Art Association at the Gibbes Museum of Art Monday, May 7, 2012.  The Women’s Council of the Carolina Art Association serves as a vital support system of the Gibbes Museum of Art. The Women’s Council volunteers time, talent and financial support to the museum. Its dedicated members also serve as liaisons between the Gibbes and both residents of and visitors to the Charleston community.  The Gibbes Museum of Art is located on Meeting Street in downtown Charleston, SC.  Additional information on the museum can be found at http://www.gibbesmuseum.org/.

Open Studio Event April 2012

Redux Contemporary Art Center in downtown Charleston, SC will be hosting an event Saturday April 28, 2012 from 2pm-11pm.  Kaminer Haislip will be participating in the Open Studio event from 2pm-6pm that day.  Stop by to see her silversmithing studio and her working on her latest hand crafted silver designs!

http://reduxstudios.org/

Preservation Society Party and Fundraiser April 2012

The Preservation Society of Charleston will be hosting their annual Party on Friday, April 27, 2012 at 7pm.  The event will be hosted at Memminger Auditorium in downtown Charleston, SC.  Visit http://www.preservationsociety.org/party/ for more details.

Kaminer Haislip donated a hand-crafted sterling silver box to the fundraiser auction.  Attend and have a chance to bid on it!  Proceeds from the Party benefit ‘Seven to Save’, an annual outreach program of the Preservation Society of Charleston designed to focus the work of the organization in a proactive and constructive way, delivering intellectual and financial resources to raise awareness and support for key preservation projects in Charleston and the region.  More information about ‘Seven to Save’ can be found at http://www.preservationsociety.org/SeventoSave/.