News :: December 11, 2017
"The city is so rich with creative and unique talent, our store now focuses exclusively on local makers and their incredible crafts," said Andy Archie, Director of Retail Operations at the Preservation Society of Charleston. "The Makers program was envisioned as a way to provide a storefront on King Street for the many makers who couldn’t afford to be there on their own."
News :: December 9, 2017
For a city well known for heated battles over architecture and new hotels, the most recent project at one of Charleston's most visible and historic parcels has so far been met with remarkable calm.
News :: December 2, 2017
It’s been happening in the Charleston area for years, but the movement, which one new shop owner in Greer likened to a “farm-to-table” movement for the home, seems to be spreading across South Carolina.The renaissance, ranging from the traditional crafts of the Catawba people near Rock Hill and the Gullah of the Lowcountry to high quality furniture and more modern arts and crafts, offers South Carolinians opportunities to make their holiday shopping have more meaning and purpose.