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May Issue 2010
12th Annual Sculpture in the South Show & Sale Takes Place in Summerville, SC, May 15 & 16
Noted as one of South Carolina's leading outdoor art events, the 12th Annual Sculpture in the South Show & Sale is slated for May 15-16, 2010, in Azalea Park located in the historic town of Summerville, SC.
Steeped in tradition
and perfect for the whole family, this upscale event puts you
up-close-and-personal with over thirty-five world-class sculptors.
Each sculptor will remain on-site throughout the weekend chatting
casually with visitors while demonstrating techniques used to
create their sculptures. All artwork, gift-garden size, is available
for purchase. A host of fun-filled activates round out the weekend.
The Show and Sale is sponsored by Sculpture in the South, a 501(3) non-profit organization. Proceeds from the sale of sculpture benefit Summerville's Permanent Public Sculpture Program.
Sculpture in the South has expanded the annual Show & Sale to include the inaugural Arts Education Week, May 9-14, 2010. Teaming up with many local arts organizations and businesses, this week offers workshops and lectures for all ages. Theater, writing, dance, visual arts, music and more are all included in the week of celebrating the arts. Internationally to regionally known instructors will present workshops, after-school programs and an exciting evening lecture series. Workshop costs vary; some are free. The week rolls right into our 12th Annual Show & Sale.
Admission: $5 per day, ($7 weekend pass) children free with adult admission. Hours: May 15, 10am-6pm & May 16, 10am-5pm.
For further information
check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call 843/851-7800
or visit (www.sculptureinthesouth.com).
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