Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) is the ultimate wildlife showcase, and returns again to Charleston this February. Everyone year SEWE brings together sportsmen, conservationist, and artist from all over the world.
SEWE 2020 is a three-day from February 14, 2020 to February 16, 2020 at downtown Charleston locations including Gaillard Center and Marion Square.
The lineup of events this year includes fine art exhibits, conservation education, and sporting demonstrations. Must-see highlights in 2020 include the Birds of Prey Flight demos and Jack Hanna presentations. The SEWE 2020 featured artist is Jason Tako. Tako one of the few plein air artists who paints animals from life, and one of the few wildlife artists who paints en plein air. His painting, The Road Less Traveled, was chosen as the Featured Painting and the official SEWE 2020 poster.
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition 2020 Highlights
Events are added daily, and major events have multiple times throughout the weekend. Be sure to catch:
- The Gallery (Charleston Place)
- DockDogs (Brittlebank Park)
- Birds of Prey Flight demonstrations (Marion Square)
- Busch Wildlife Sanctuary shows (Gaillard Center)
- The Orianne Society presentations (Marion Square)
- Jack Hanna (Gaillard Center)
SEWE invites Charleston explore our “wild” side and pay tribute to our beautiful world, and if you’re headed to a wildlife event choose RideGCT to get you there. RideGCT offers luxury car services to downtown Charleston, and has the perfect option for group transportation. Our SEWE transportation options include sedans for 2-3 passengers, Mercedes Sprinter vans for 14 passengers, limousines, and coach buses for 35-55 passengers.