Kiawah Art & House Tour

The acclaimed Kiawah Art & House Tour is Arts, etc.’s major fundraiser and is held annually in April. Each home displays unique architecture, features, views and art collections.
Our twentieth annual tour scheduled for Friday, April 3, 2020, has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Our thoughts are with all those affected by this virus. 

Kiawah Art & House Tour Ticket Information

When tickets are available for the 2021 Tour, there will be a link here to purchase tickets online, as well as information about locations where tickets may be purchased in person.


An original work of art is donated to Arts, etc. each year to be raffled in support of our organization. This year, we are proud to present:


Morning Light
by Ignat Ignatov
a 30” x 40” framed oil painting


Ignat Ignatov, a contemporary artist born in Bulgaria, began his study of painting, drawing, and sculpture at the age of 13. In 1997, Ignat moved to the United States, settled in Los Angeles, and studied at the California Art Institute. Now an American citizen, he currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina. Ignat’s figures, portraits, still lifes, wildlife, and landscapes are on display at LePrince Gallery.
“Morning Light” depicts a sunrise, incorporating the color, harmony and mood of the morning light coming through the cloudy sky. “Morning Light” was graciously donated to Arts, etc. by the artist.

Raffle tickets
for this painting can be purchased here on the Arts, etc. website.

The price of a raffle ticket is $20, or 6 for $100. The winning ticket will be drawn during the month of May. You do not need to be present to win. Thank you for your support and good luck!

If you have questions or want more information on how to purchase raffle tickets, please contact


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“The arts are an essential element of education, just like reading, writing and arithmetic…. music, dance, painting and theater are all keys that unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment.” —William Bennett, Former Secretary of Education

Arts, etc. is an all-volunteer community of Kiawah Island and Cassique women dedicated to bringing visual, performance and literary arts programing to the youth on Johns and Wadmalaw Islands. The arts are an essential element of education, but the schools on these islands frequently lack funding for these programs.

Our principal fundraiser is the annual spring Kiawah Art & House Tour. Here we are supported by tickets sales, raffle sales, and involved members and businesses.

But we also rely upon the generosity of friends who may be located further afield. If you appreciate our efforts, we would ask you to become a Friend of Arts, etc. by making a donation.

Contributions are deductible for federal income tax purposes less the amount of goods (tickets) received.

To become a Friend of Arts, etc. click here.

You may mail a check or pay online with a credit card here.


You may send a check payable to Arts, etc. to

Arts, Etc.
130 Gardeners Circle PMB 148
Johns Island, SC 29455

For further information on the mission of Arts, etc. please contact