Feature Articles

March 2000 Issue
See New Articles as of March 11 at bottom.

Exhibits at Theatre Art Galleries in High Point, NC

Robert Creeley's Collaborations at Weatherspoon Art Gallery in Greensboro, NC

Hamlet Studio & Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Feature Works by Kevin Reed

Three Artists Featured in Exhibit at New Life Gallery in Charleston, SC

Michael McDunn Gallery in Greenville, NC, Shows Photos by Evelyn M. Angeletti

The Verner Gallery, in Charleston, SC, Presents Works by Corrie McCallum

City Gallery, in Downtown Charleston, SC, Presents Works by William Thomas Meisburger

Asheville Gallery of Art, in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Jean Horton Battey

Asheville Area Arts Council, in Asheville, NC, Shows Works by Odyssey Center Artists

Works by Lese Corrigan at Footlight Players Theater in Downtown Charleston, SC

Two Exhibits Showing at the Asheville Art Museum in Asheville, NC

Red Door Gallery in Downtown Anderson, SC, Features Sculptural Works by John Acorn

Vista Studios in Columbia, SC, Celebrates Women's History Month

Columbia College in Columbia, SC, Hosts Two More Views From the Edge

Columbia Film Society in Columbia, SC Continues Its Film Tour

Christa Faut Gallery in Cornelius, NC, Shows Work of Maja Godlewska

Café Verde in Charlotte, NC, Offers Works by Schelly Keefer

Morris Gallery in Columbia, SC, Presents Photography by Julia Cart

Halsey Gallery in Charleston, SC, to Host Two Views of Vietnam War

Gallery 80808 in Columbia, SC, Shows Works by Eight Women Artists

Colonialism for a New Century at Mint Museum of Art in Uptown Charlotte, NC

New Works by Betty Anglin Smith at The Wells Gallery in Charleston, SC

An Inaugural Gift Showing at Mint Museum of Craft + Design in Charlotte, NC

Hartsville Folk Artist To Have First Exhibit At Furman University in Greenville, SC

Hidell Brooks Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Work by Tony Hernandez

The Arts Center Of Henderson County, in Hendersonville, NC, Proudly Presents Its Opening Exhibition Of 2000

Weatherspoon Art Gallery in Greensboro, NC, Features Work of Lynda Benglis

Greensboro Artists' League in Greensboro, NC, Features Artwork of Guilford County 7th Grade Students

Multi-Media Art Installation by Brad Thomas in Raleigh, NC

Worrell Professional Center in Winston-Salem, NC, Offers Two New Exhibits

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Creates Webby Awards for Online Art

Craven Allen Gallery in Durham, NC, Presents Works by Andrew Lonon

Works by Maja Godlewska on Exhibit at The Gallery At Carillon, Charlotte, NC

The City Gallery in Charleston, SC, Presents Photography by Leslie Burns Later in March

The Semans Gallery in Durham, NC, Presents Works by Jacqueline Hammer

Focus Gallery at Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC, Presents Two Women Expressing Courage Through Cloth

Davidson College Gallery in Davidson, NC, Will Feature Work of Deidre Prosen

Morning Song Gallery in Lenoir, NC, Features an Art Exhibit entitled Faces

Stokes County Arts Council Gallery in Danbury, NC, Presents Works by Frank Duncan

YMI Cultural Center in Asheville, NC, Presents Quilts by Peggie Hartwell

Youth Art Month at the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County in Camden, SC

Burroughs - Chapin Art Museum Features the Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild Juried Show 2000

New Articles:

Two Solo Exhibitions at Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC

CHANGES at Hand in Hand Gallery

Slave-ship Images Theme of Exhibit at McKissick Museum in Columbia, SC

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