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November Issue 2003
Richland County Public Library in Columbia, SC, Features Works by African-American Artists
The Richland County Public Library in Columbia, SC, will host the Unity in Sepia exhibit, which includes figurative work in oil, acrylic and graphite, in the Main Library's Wachovia Gallery. The exhibit will be on display through Dec. 21, 2003, is open to the public free of charge during regular library hours.
Unity in Sepia is an exhibition organized to encourage several African-American artists to produce new work. The show will include works by Steven Towns, a student; Rodgers Boykin, a freelance artist; Carl Crawford, a freelance artist; Harry Williams, a teacher; Troy Hill, a freelance artist; and Quincy Pugh, a librarian. Focusing on figurative images, the show allows each participant to find encouragement in each other's work.
For more information check our SC Institutional
Gallery listings or call the library at 803/929-3440.
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