Piccolo Spoleto Festival
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PICCOLO SPOLETO: 2019 Friends of Piccolo
Focusing primarily on artists of the Southeast region, Piccolo Spoleto is the perfect complement to the international scope of Spoleto Festival USA, its parent festival, and its 500 events in 17 days transforms Charleston into an exhilarating celebration of performing, literary and visual arts. Piccolo Spoleto’s traditional program offerings include visual arts exhibits, classical music, jazz, dance, theatre, poetry readings, children’s activities, choral music, ethnic cultural presentations, crafts and film.Your gift will support the festival's mission of outreach, artistic excellence, and accessibility of the arts to all. Thank you so much for the support!
Charleston’s annual celebration of African-American and Caribbean arts and culture will be held from September 27 to October 7. MOJA features more than 60 presentations during 11 days in the fall each year including dance, music, theatre, visual arts and more. MOJA provides free programs for students and educators including dance master classes, poetry readings, writing workshops with published authors, and musical presentations. In addition, MOJA provides special accommodations and distributes free tickets for at-risk youth, low-income senior citizens and people with disabilities.

Please consider becoming a Friend of MOJA with a suggested $50 gift for individuals or a $100 gift for companies. Your gift will allow us to continue to provide artistically-excellent offerings at MOJA and will help us make the Festival experience accessible to all people. Thank you for your support!
Free Verse Poetry Festival 2018
The Free Verse Festival is Charleston, South Carolina’s first poetry festival. The mission of the festival is to uplift the community by providing eclectic poetry events and workshops at multiple venues in downtown Charleston and in West Ashley. Along with a number of planned events throughout Charleston, the festival is focused on sending poets into schools for poetry workshops with students and educators; and to promote the power and importance of the written word. Become a festival supporter and help send poets into schools, help us enhance the prominence of the written word in our community and be a part of the success of Charleston’s first-ever poetry festival. Donations of $100 or more will receive a handwritten poem by Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker.