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April Issue 2010
The Arts Center in Clemson, SC, Offers a Passport to the Arts - Apr. 9, 2010
They say that getting there is half the fun, and The Arts Center in Clemson, SC, can provide you with a Passport to the Arts, including 5 different venues and 5 different experiences on Apr. 9, 2010, from 5-9pm. So grab your passport and let the CAT (Clemson Area Transit) bus take you to the 5 hot spots in Clemson for an evening of live music, spirits, food and fine art!
The Arts Center will be offering two exhibitions including: Palmetto Structures, an exhibit by local photographers who have come together to display works portraying structures found in or representative of South Carolina, and M/A/M/A: Mother.Artist.Mother.Artist, an exhibition featuring work by a select group of women artists who share the role of artist and mother, curated by Jeanine Garrett. The focus of the show is to examine how their experience as mothers filters through and affect the artwork they produce.
The Rudolph E. Lee Gallery at Clemson University will offer, Fix Alter Control - MFA Thesis Exhibition, featuring works by Michael Marks, Brian Nogues and Matt Rink.
The Elizabeth Belser Fuller Gallery in The Fran Hanson Discovery Center at the South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson University will offer a collection of watercolors, mixed media and pen & ink drawings, generously donated by a dear friend of the SC Botanical Garden, Elizabeth Belser Fuller.
The Holiday Inn Express & Suites will feature pottery works by Sue Grier and the Friends Cafe will feature paintings by Deana Chavis Baker.
Live music, spirits, and food will be offered at all five stops.
Seating is limited and tickets, which are only $10 per person will be sold until Apr. 7, 2010.
Ticket holders can board
the bus(es) at any venue. The buses will be running a continual
loop with one bus arriving at each location approx each 20 minutes. Parking
can be at any of the locations but the best locations are the
Holiday Inn and the Botanical Gardens lots.
For further information check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call The Arts Center at 864/633-5051 or visit (www.explorearts.org).
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