Feature Articles

September 1999 Issue

Looking Forward, Looking Black at Weatherspoon Art Gallery

Tri-State Sculptors Revolving Exhibition in North Charleston

Millennium Art Show Upstairs Gallery in Tryon, NC

The Apple Pie Group Shows Work at Hilton Head Island Library

Works by Amy Funderburk at Mars Hill College

Works by John Hooks Showing at Asheville Gallery of Art

Works by Cabell Heyward at Beaufort County Library, Beaufort, SC

Southern Circuit Film Tour Begins at Nickelodean

Morris Gallery Features Works On Paper by William Halsey

Hodges Taylor Presents Works by Heriberto Mora and Preston Orr

Five Charlotte Artists Join Forces for an Exhibit

New Photography Exhibits to be Featured at The Light Factory

Guilford College Art Gallery Presents Photographic Works by David Spear

Gibbes Museum of Art to Host Exhibition of Works on the Subject of Water

College of Charleston's Halsey Gallery Hosts New York Artist David Stern

SECCA Presents Eyewinkers, Tumbleturds and Candlebugs: The Art of Elizabeth Talford Scott

Renowned Collection of Modern Furniture From the Vitra Design Museum in Germany Arrives at the Columbia Museum of Art

The Chair Show 3 Opens at the Folk Art Center in Asheville

Francis Marion University Art Gallery Features Quilts of Roberta Olmstead

Barbara White Featured at Stokes County Arts Council Gallery in Danbury

The Cochran Collection: Graphics by 20th Century Masters to Show at Hickory Museum of Art

The Gallery at Old Salem in Winston-Salem, NC, to Host prestigious Presidential China 1789-1999 Exhibit

Somerhill Gallery Shows Richard Fennell and Laura Murphy Frankstone

Artist West Fraser Honored At White House Reception

SC State Museum Exhibit Spotlights South Carolina Master

New Frontiers Series Features Works of Kojo Griffin At Mint Museum of Art

Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum Hosts Two New Exhibitions

Asheville Art Museum Presents Gertrude Blob: Bearing Witness

Textiles, Costumes And Clothing: The Wardrobe Of The Old South on View at the Pickens County Museum

Art At Design Center of the Carolinas Celebrates Charlotte's Heritage

St. Johns Museum of Art Presents Retrospective on Bert Carpenter and Other Exhibits

Spartanburg County Museum of Art Hosts Works from the SC Watercolor Society 22nd Annual Exhibition and Works by Kit Loney & Steve LeWinter

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