Feature Articles

February 2003 Issue

New Article: Triangle Area Women Receive Top Awards in the Women's Center's 19 Annual Art Show Through Women's Eyes, By Women's Hands

New Article: Transylvania County Arts Council in Brevard, NC, Offers Conversation with Sculptor and Educator Tim Murry

New Article: Conference Celebrates South Carolina's Belief Traditions at SC State Museum in Columbia, SC

New Article: National Guild Convenes Pioneering Creative Communities Partners for Charleston Training Institute in Charleston, SC.

New Article: South Carolina Artisans Center in Walterboro, SC, Presents First Annual SC Artisans Folklife Festival

Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, Features Works by Benny Andrews and John Monteith

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Offers Works by Edward Hopper

A View from Down Under
on The Garden of Art Delights?
by Judith McGrath

North Charleston City Gallery in North Charleston, SC, Hosts Works

Karen's Korner in Mount Pleasant, SC Offers Works by Juanita Steuer

The Wells Gallery in Charleston, SC, Presents Benefit Exhibition

Church Street Inn Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Natalie Reed

Tryon Fine Arts Center in Tryon, NC, Features Works by Al Junek

Merrill-Jennings Galleries in Davidson, NC, Features Works by Addie James

Montreat College in Montreat, NC, Features Exhibition by John Mac Kah

Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Features Exhibition by Nancy Burson

Wilkes Art Gallery in North Wilkesboro, NC, Features Group Exhibit

Wild Things are Roaring at Richland County Public Library in Columbia, SC

Sumter Gallery of Art, Sumter, SC, Promises a Grand Debut

Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC, Features a Group Exhibition Dealing with War

Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Presents Three Solo Exhibitions

Christa Faut Gallery in Cornelius, NC, Features Works by J.M. Henry

Converse College in Spartanburg, SC, Presents Works by Art Education Teachers

Columbia College in Columbia, SC, Feature Works by Mark Flowers and Kristy Higby

Green Hill Center for NC Art in Greensboro, NC, Features Photography Exhibit

Davidson College in Davidson, NC, Offers New Exhibitions in the Katherine and Tom Belk Visual Arts Center

Arts United for Davidson County in Lexington, NC, Offers Major Quilt Exhibit Covering 150 Years

Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Features Works by Jane Hammond

Spencer Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Solo Exhibition by Cisco Lindsey

Smith Killian Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Features Exhibition by Tom Blagden, Jr., Tripp Smith and Darrell Davis

Charleston County Library in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Pat Van de Graaf

The Hilton Head Art League in Hilton Head, SC, Features Works by Ellen Huey

City Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Erick R. Johnson

Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, Features Annual Equine Show

Charleston Visitor Center in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Bill Blizard for Annual Blues Bash

Myersart Gallery/Clay on Camden in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Amy Hunt and Amy Sanders

The Art Institute of Charlotte in Charlotte, NC, Features Fiber Art Exhibition

Davidson County Community College in Lexington, NC, Offers Exhibition Based on Color

Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Features Works by Tom Flowers, Wanda Steppe, and Nikki Barnes

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, NC, Offers New Exhibitions

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