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April 2013

City of North Charleston, SC, Annual Art and Fine Craft CoOp Gallery Opens - Apr. 5, 2013

The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department will host its annual Art and Fine Craft CoOp Gallery and Sale at the Meeting Place in Olde North Charleston, SC, each Friday and Saturday from Apr. 5 through June 1, 2013. A reception will be held on May 8, from 5-8pm during the North Charleston Arts Festival Art Walk.

The temporary, artist-run gallery is presented as a component of the 2013 North Charleston Arts Festival, taking place May 3-11, 2013.

The Art and Fine Craft CoOp Gallery is dedicated to presenting works by Lowcountry artists of varied backgrounds in a diverse array of media and styles, from representational to contemporary. All pieces on display will be available for sale. Artwork ranges from original oils, watercolors, and mixed media, to photography, prints, note cards, and more.

Participating artists include: Sherri Bardsley, Olga Bixby, Andrea Cochran-Pastel, Jan Dalton, Daryle Halbert, James Christopher Hill, Angela Hiott, Muriel Lanciault, Barbara B. Sawyer, Pat Singletary, and Francina Smalls-Joyner.

The Meeting Place is located on East Montague Avenue in the revitalized Olde Village area of North Charleston. Parking is free.

For further information check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department at 843/740-5854 or visit (http://bit.ly/culturalarts).


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