Hendrix, a Charleston native who lives in New York, writes fiction and nonfiction. He is a founder of the New York Asian Film Festival. His latest novel is a bestseller being turned into a television series by Amazon.
“Learn why Hendrix sets his page-turning novel in Charleston’s Mount Pleasant, how his own mother helped to inspire the book, and much much more,” the bookstore exclaimed in an email invitation.
You can join the call by sending an RSVP by email to email@example.com or by phoning 843-723-1670.
Also on the calendar:
Safe Sounds at Firefly. You can enjoy these shows at a socially-distanced concert series every Friday and Saturday night through mid-July:
- July 18 – The Reckoning
- July 25 – Natty Grass
Tickets for the events are limited to 500 and no more than four tickets can be purchased at a time. Each set of four tickets will secure a spot in a 10-by-10 square, separated on all sides by 8 feet. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to enjoy the concert. You are not allowed to bring dogs, children, and outside food and drink. Tickets are available now to anyone 21 and over at citypapertickets.com. Shows will begin at 7 p.m., with doors at 6 p.m.
Redux show: Through July 24. Redux Contemporary Art Center offers Creative Corridors: The Annual Redux Studio Artist Exhibition through July 24. The Annual Studio Artist Exhibition is an opportunity for Redux resident artists to showcase a sample of their work, as it relates to a specific prompt and is curated as a group exhibition in Redux’s main exhibition space. The exhibition is open Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. More.
- Spoleto at Home offers virtual programming through June 5 that you can enjoy from the comfort and safety of your own living room! Tune in for original concerts, best-of Chamber Music hits, and insightful conversations with Festival artists. All programs are free to experience; no tickets required. Click here to find more fun stuff to do.
- Gibbes Museum. You can enjoy lots of local art offerings through the website and social media accounts of the Gibbes Museum. At 10 a.m. on weekdays, the museum posts virtual readings and workshops on Facebook. Find more online.
- Avian Conservation Center. Access videos and live streaming presentations online to learn about what’s going on at the Center for Birds of Prey.
- Around the world. You can visit 500 museums across the world online through this Google amalgamation of sites.
If you have any online events, drop us a line (firstname.lastname@example.org) and make sure to put “Online event” in the subject line. Similarly, if you’ve got cool ideas for stuff to do while in isolation at home, send them our way.