Feature Articles

December 1999 Issue

Three Diverse Exhibits at the Spartanburg County Museum of Art

Goodall Gallery Features Upstate Artists at Columbia College

Jerald Melberg Gallery Charleston Features Works by Ida Kohlmeyer and Charles Basham

How to write a press release about an exhibit and turn it into an article in Carolina Arts.
by Tom Starland, editor/publisher

Work Of 33 New Members Show at Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC

Winthrop University Presents Annual Faculty Exhibition

Bernie Horton Celebrates His Second Year in Charleston
by Linda Annas Ferguson

Paintings by Ray Ellis to be Exhibited in Myrtle Beach

Elon College Exhibits Work by Three Greensboro, NC Painters

Works Of Jeremy Entwistle On Exhibit at North Charleston Gallery

The City Gallery Presents Works by Barbara G.S. Hagerty

Peace & Harmony the Message of Touchstone Gallery in Hendersonville

ArtWrap on View at Greensboro Artists' League Gallery

Wood Fired Clay at gallery W.D.O. in Charlotte

Fine Art Prints by Jim Innes Featured at Print Studio South in Charleston

Figures in Motion at Verner Gallery in Charleston

Asheville Art Museum Hosts Three Exhibits into the New Millinneum

Coming Home on Exhibit at Singleton Center in Flat Rock

New Frontiers 3: Dario Robleto at the Mint Museum in Charlotte

Chris Burkholder & Donna Phipps Stout at Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte

Work By Sculptor John Monti At Weatherspoon Art Gallery

Works by Ajay Garg & Sally Cleveland at Hidell Brooks Gallery in Charlotte

Asheville Gallery of Art Features Work by Pauline Tennant

Works by Emily Eve Weinstein at Durham Arts Council

Ashe County Arts Council Offers Exhibits for the Holidays in West Jefferson, NC

Asheville Calligrapher And Glass Artist Show In Focus Gallery at Folk Art Center in Asheville

Holidays at the Folk Art Center Include Festive Entertainment And Activities

Cultural Tourism Projects Get Boost from N.C. Arts Council

Blue Ridge Heritage Trail Named North Carolina's Millennium Legacy Trail

Massive Southern Fine and Folk Arts Collection on View at McKissick Museum

Hispanic Tar Heel Exhibit at the Morning Song Gallery

SC State Museum Explores the 20th Century in SC Art

Green Hill Center Celebrates 25 Years in Greensboro, NC

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