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June Issue 2009
City of North Charleston in North Charleston, SC, Features Works Inspired by Movies
The City of North Charleston will present the exhibit, O Where Art Thou?, featuring works by local artists inspired by movies directed by the Coen Brothers, on view in the windows of The Meeting Place, located in olde North Charleston, SC, on view from June 1 - 30, 2009.
The exhibit features works inspired by Coen Brothers films, such as Fargo, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men, and Burn After Reading. Participating artists include Philip Hyman, Christina Rodino, Meta, Proton, Tim Showers, and Eule.
The Meeting Place is located at 1077 East Montague Avenue in the revitalized Olde North Charleston Business District. Parking is free. Display window exhibits offer visitors a continuous opportunity to view artwork by different artists every other month. Proposals are being accepted and considered on a continuing basis.
The Cultural Arts Department is the recipient of the 2000 Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Award for the Arts and receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, SC Arts Commission, and the corporate community.
For further information
check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call the North Charleston
Cultural Arts Department at 843/745-1087 or visit (www.northcharleston.org).
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