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“State of the Art/Art of the State” Returns to the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC – Sept. 19, 2014

August 17, 2014

A simple idea, a call to artists 18 years or older who live in or are native to the state of North Carolina to bring in 1 piece of art to the Cameron Art Museum, in Wilmington, NC, within a 24-hour period of time for inclusion in the exhibition “State of the Art/Art of the State”, no jurors, no fees. They would also meet a significant, contemporary art curator.

In the spring of 2011 the call went out. And then, the day arrived, May 6, 2011. Logistics dictated that artwork would be received starting at 5pm. Artists began arriving at the front door of the museum at 10:30am appearing anxious to get in and have their work included in the exhibition. They waited, patiently, in the museum and out of the rain holding their personal artwork for hours. They waited with the other 614 artists. They talked about the piece of art they brought with them and where they traveled from. They shared stories, made new friends, listened to impromptu music playing and waited for the doors to the Hughes Wing at the Cameron Art Museum to open.

Work was received, quickly curated and hung, but by 3am exhibition staff wondered where all of the work would be placed as it appeared as though there may not have been enough wall or floor space. Accommodations were made and all 614 pieces together became a representation of the state’s artists in “State of the Art/Art of the State”.

And now, Cameron Art Museum is opening up the call again for participation in this state-wide, premier event “happening” on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014 starting at 12pm until Saturday, Sept, 20, 2014 at 12pm. Current curators for the 2014 “State of the Art/Art of the State” include, Peter Eleey: Curator at MoMA P.S.1., New York, NY. From 2007 until 2010 he was the Visual Arts Curator at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Laura Hoptman: Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, NY; and Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson: Nancy and Bob Magoon CEO and Director, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado.

Exhibition opening will be held on Sept. 20, 2014, at 6pm at the Cameron Art Museum. Details and additional information can be found at ( To see the “State of the Art/Art of the State” from 2011 visit (

Organized by the Cameron Art Museum, this exhibition focuses on contemporary art by artists currently living in, or native to, the state of North Carolina. Artists are invited to bring a single work of art to be installed in the museum, delivering the work within a 24-hour period (between 12pm Friday, Sept. 19, 2014 and 12pm Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014). During this timeframe, a nationally renowned curator will be present to greet each artist and shake his/her hand. All participating curators will attend the exhibition opening on Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 6-9pm. The design of this project provides any participating artist equal opportunity to meet a significant curator working in the field of contemporary art today and have their work seen by all visiting curators.

Upon arrival at the museum, artists must complete an exhibition entry form including contact and credit information. All work must be original. Paintings, mixed mediums, ceramics, sculpture, multimedia, original hand-made prints, photography and drawings are all examples of acceptable forms. There are some limitations and exclusions. Refer to the “State of the Art/Art of the State” web site, ( for complete details and the exhibition entry form. Space in the exhibition is not guaranteed and is on a first come, first serve basis.

This event pays homage to the open, creative curatorial spirit of the late art world maverick, Walter Hopps (1932-2005). In 1978, responding to a comment from his junior colleague, Deborah Velders (Jensen) about the problems artists face gaining access to notable curators, Walter Hopps conceived an entirely open, unmediated event to remedy the situation. His program invited any artist to bring a single work of art, to meet Hopps, and see installation of work. This event called “36 Hours” occurred in a gritty, street-level alternative space called MOTA (Museum of Temporary Art), located in downtown Washington, DC. There was no jurying, no selection (or rejection), and no entry fee. The only restrictions were size, weight, and the delivery time frame (36 hours). This unprecedented opportunity for artists was covered by the Washington Post, and attracted over 400 works of art, all by artists living and working in the Washington, DC, area.

ABOUT THE CURATORS FOR 2014 State of the Art/Art of the State

Peter Eleey – Curator at MoMA P.S.1., New York, NY.  From 2007 until 2010 he was the Visual Arts Curator at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. At the Walker Art Center, Mr. Eleey organized the exhibitions “The Talent Show”, 2010); “The Quick and the Dead”, 2009: and “Trisha Brown: So That the Audience Does Not Know Whether I Have Stopped Dancing”, 2008. Prior to joining the Walker, Mr. Eleey was Curator and Producer at Creative Time, New York from 2002 to 2007, where he organized a wide range of multidisciplinary projects and events, including “Doug Aitken: sleepwalkers”, 2007, which was commissioned jointly with The Museum of Modern Art and co-curated with Klaus Biesenbach. Other major projects included “Mike Nelson: A Psychic Vacuum”, 2007, a site-specific installation at the Essex Street Market co-organized with Nato Thompson; “Strange Powers”, 2006, a group exhibition highlighting works made to have a paranormal effect on the world co-organized with Laura Hoptman; “The Plain of Heaven”, 2005, an exhibition in a vacant meatpacking warehouse inspired by the redesign of the “High Line; Jenny Holzer: For the City”, 2004, a series of airplane banners over the Hudson river and light projections at sites around the New York; and “Cai Guo-Qiang’s Light Cycle”, 2003, a pyrotechnic event in Central Park.

Laura Hoptman – Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, NY. Since joining the museum she has organized “Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language”, a group exhibition of contemporary art, “Carol Bove: The Equinox”; “Artist’s Choice: Trisha Donnelly”, a mid career survey of the work of the Los Angeles painter Henry Taylor at MoMA/PS 1 (with Peter Eleey) and “Isa Genzken: Retrospective” (with Sabine Breitwieser). Previously, she was Senior Curator at the New Museum where she organized “Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century”, “The Generational: Younger Than Jesus” and monographic exhibitions on Tomma Abts, Elizabeth Peyton, Brion Gysin and George Condo. In 2004-05 she was the director of the “54th Carnegie International”, and in an earlier incarnation as a drawing curator at MoMA from 1996 to 2002, she curated the first US museum exhibitions of Rirkrit Tiravanija, Maurizio Cattelan, John Currin, and Luc Tuymans among others. In 1997, at MoMA she was the co curator (with Lynn Zelevansky) of “Love Forever: Yayoi Kusama”, a show that reintroduced Kusama to international audiences and in 2002, she organized “Drawing Now: Eight Propositions”, a landmark exhibition of contemporary figurative drawing. Currently, Hoptman is organizing a group exhibition on the subject of contemporary painting, and a mid career survey of the Cologne artist Kai Althoff. She is also part of the curatorial team organizing a retrospective of the work of Bruce Conner.

Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson – Nancy and Bob Magoon CEO and Director, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO. Zuckerman Jacobson joined the Aspen Art Museum (AAM) as Director and Chief Curator in 2005. In this position, she continues to be charged with oversight of all aspects of the museum’s guiding vision and mission, strategic planning, administrative policy and decision-making endeavors, and the institution’s curatorial and educational programmatic practices. Zuckerman Jacobson’s curatorial projects at the AAM include major one-person exhibitions with Yutaka Sone, Pedro Reyes, Jeremy Deller, Aïda Ruilova, Friedrich Kunath, Mai-Thu Perret, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Jim Hodges, Peter Coffin, Fred Tomaselli, Mark Bradford, Sergej Jensen, Mamma Andersson, Stephen Shore, Huma Bhabha, Slater Bradley, Mark Grotjahn, Lucio Fontana, Monika Sosnowska, Rob Pruitt, Hayley Tompkins, Lorna Simpson and others – many in their first major US museum exhibitions or featuring important but lesser-known aspects of their artistic practice. Her exhibitions with Aïda Ruilova, Fred Tomaselli, and Sergej Jensen, as well as her co-curated exhibition “Mark Manders: Parallel Occurrences /Documented Assignments”, have traveled to other major museums including, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, MoMA PS1, New York, NY, The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, CAM Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO, The Banff Center, Alberta, Canada, the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, and the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY.

The Cameron Art Museum presents six to eight changing exhibitions annually; ongoing family and children’s programs; a unique program of tours for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers; The Museum School classes for adult and youth education; interdisciplinary programs (lectures, music, films, literature, dance); Healthy Living Classes and ongoing workshops and classes in ceramics at the Clay Studio with resident artist Hiroshi Sueyoshi.

For additional information about the museum, please visit (

Halifax County Arts Council in Roanoke Rapids, NC, Offers Sip ‘n See with Sarah Bolduc – Aug. 25, 2014

August 14, 2014


The Halifax County Arts Council’s August Sip ‘n See will be held on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, from 6-8pm, and it will feature “The Art of Sarah Bolduc”.  Sip ‘n See is a free event that is open to the public. Wine, soft drinks, and light refreshments are served as part of this evening.

Work by Sarah Bolduc

The event will take place at The Gallery of the Halifax County Arts Council, located at 1027 Roanoke Avenue in Roanoke Rapids, NC.

For more information contact the Halifax County Arts Council by phone at 252/532-2571; by e-mail at (; visit (; or our Facebook page at Halifax County Arts Council.

Travelers Rest Artists Alliance in Travelers Rest, SC, Calls for Participation at the 3rd Annual Art on the Trail Fine Arts and Crafts Festival – Deadline Aug. 29, 2014

August 9, 2014


The Travelers Rest Artists Alliance is calling for participation at the 3rd Annual Art on the Trail Fine Arts & Crafts Festival will take place on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, from 10am-4pm, on the festival field at Trailblazer Park, Travelers Rest’s beautiful, new performing and cultural arts center with easy access to the Swamp Rabbit Trail.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of the Upstate’s fastest growing fine arts and crafts event!

Apply online today at (

Application deadline is Friday, Aug. 29, 2014.

Learn more at (

Artist’s Info to Prepare for ArtFields® 2015 in Lake City, SC, from Apr. 24 – May 2, 2015

August 7, 2014

Editor’s Note: Since the official Call for Entry info has gone out, I’ve gotten a few e-mails and calls from artists who are frustrated and confused. Usually when a call for entry goes out you can enter that day. ArtFields® 2015 just announced their application time period. You can’t apply until Sept. 14, 2014 and you can apply through Nov. 14, 2014 – only then. The other problem is some artists, like me at times, are challenged when it comes to the Internet and navigating websites. So, I decided to make a post that gives the rules of the competition. This way artists can get ready to make an entry. For some artists it takes a lot of time to get ready to enter a competition and even with advance notice some never make it. The final point I want to make is please share this info with your artists friends. Sometimes artists will hide info about opportunities from their friends – I know none of you reading this would do that, but some do. Imagine that.


ArtFields® 2015 Artist Rules


The artist must be 18 years of age or older on or before November 14, 2014.

The artist must be a resident of one of the 12 Southeastern states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia) for 6 consecutive months prior to the submission date.

The artist’s submission must be original to the artist in concept, design, and execution, does not infringe upon any third party’s proprietary rights, and must not violate any intellectual property laws. An entry that has been copied from an existing photo (not the artist’s own), painting, graphic, advertisement, or any other work produced by another person is not eligible.

Work entered must be in the original medium (for example, not a scanned reproduction or digitization of a painting, drawing, or other work).

The artist’s work must be wholly owned by the Artist as of November 14, 2014.

The artwork must have been completed within two years of the submission deadline of November 14, 2014.

ArtFields® 2014 winners are not eligible to enter any entries until the 2016 competition.

Artworks that are identical to, substantially similar to, or primarily representative of entries invited into the ArtFields® 2014 competition, as determined in the discretion of ArtFields, are not eligible to compete.


Artist must pay a $25 non-refundable entry fee.

Artist may submit one 2-D or 3-D piece (for example, painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, mixed media, digital media, and installation art).

Concepts or works-in-progress may be submitted, as long as artists can clearly articulate their finished work through sketches and artist statements.

Artist must submit high-resolution images (at least 300dpi/1MB) electronically through the Slideroom Submission Management Program.

Submitted images must represent the artist’s work as accurately and professionally as possible.


Artist will be notified of acceptance by January 1, 2015 through the e-mail account* provided in Slideroom and receive venue invitation by January 23, 2015.  * Slideroom e-mail account, email address, contact phone number, and current mailing address must be kept up-to-date.

Once an artwork is accepted, the entry may not be sold or substituted by another work.

Artwork accepted into the competition must be invited by and exhibited at an approved ArtFields® Venue for the duration of ArtFields®.

To remain eligible, Artists must sign an Artist and Venue Hosting Agreement with an approved ArtFields Venue and adhere to all of the terms in the agreement.

Images of accepted artwork, artwork information including dimensions and price, artist statements, and artist biographies, submitted through Slideroom will be used for online and catalogue publication. The deadline for updated photographs of accepted work is 11:59 p.m. on February 8, 2015.


The artist is responsible for transportation and cost of transportation of the artwork to, and removal of the artwork from, the Venue location.  Artwork must arrive no earlier than March 18, 2014 and be removed no later than May 9, 2014.

Except for installation artists (see below), Artists are not required to travel to Lake City, SC.  A team of trained art handlers will be installing the Entries at each of the approved, selected Venues.

Site-Specific and Installations that have been accepted must be delivered, installed and removed by the artist upon appointment with ArtFields® Art Team.

Digital media that requires projection or monitor to display must be provided by the artist for installation and use during the competition.


Entries that do not conform to their submitted digital image or submitted concept may be rejected, in the sole and exclusive discretion of ArtFields.

Entries will be removed from competition based upon impracticability or impossibility of installation or continued exhibition or if they create issues with fire or safety hazards.

Entries may be moved to another Venue at the discretion of ArtFields for any reason or no reason.

Entries remaining after 6:00 p.m. on May 23, 2015, will be disposed of by Lake City Partnership Council, in its absolute and exclusive discretion, with no recourse or remedy available to the artist.

The winners of the Top Prize and Juried Panel Prize agree to transfer all ownership of and reproduction rights of the artwork to the Lake City Partnership Council. *All attempted sales of ArtFields® entries are considered “pending” until the end of the event on May 3, 2015. If the Top Prize award and Juried Panel Prize are pending sale, those sales are voided upon acceptance of award.

The winners of the People’s Choice 2-D and People’s Choice 3-D agree to grant to Lake City Partnership Council an irrevocable limited, permanent license to reproduce the artwork for the purposes of promotion of ArtFields® and Lake City Partnership Council.

For artist inquiries, please contact the ArtFields Art Team at ( or by phone at 843/374-0180.

CREATE! Conway in Conway, SC, Calls for Application for Participation in the 2014 Live Oak Art & Music Fest’s Artisan Market – Oct. 4, 2014

August 6, 2014

CREATE! Conway invites all fine artists and artisans to apply for a booth at the Oct. 4, 2014 Live Oak Art & Music Fest’s Artisan Market in Conway, SC. The Live Oak is held each year along with the City of Conway’s Fall Festival. On Saturday, Oct. 4 – downtown Conway celebrates creativity and community with arts and crafts, street and food vendors, lots of live entertainment, glass blowing demonstrations, a car show and the Farmers Market.

The Live Oak Art & Music Fest is Conway’s premier cultural event showcasing fine arts and crafts for sale along with live music and entertainment. In addition, we’re excited to add a brand new component to the Live Oak – the Kids CREATE! Makers Zone, a 20′ x 20′ tented creative space – offering engaging art projects and art making activities, for free, to kids of all ages. In addition to the Kids CREATE Makers Zone – live music,painting and drawing demos, magic acts and LED dancers will make for a fun and educational art event that the entire family can enjoy.

When – Saturday Oct. 4, 2014 from 10am to 5pm EDT

Where – Historic Horry County Court House, 1201 Third Ave., Conway, SC 29526

For info visit (;jsessionid=EF909B9DCD52909FF11B7DD5CCCB4DBD.worker_registrant?llr=x6kwnynab&oeidk=a07e9npyx9v3ccfee1a).

For further info contact Barbara Streeter, CREATE Conway, Inc., by e-mail at ( or call 843/248-4527.

Artspace in Raleigh, NC, Launches Enhanced Artist Membership Program

August 6, 2014


Artspace, in Raleigh, NC, is pleased to announce a new artist membership program open to all Triangle area visual artists. The enhanced program is designed to support artists by providing time and space to work, opportunities to engage with other artists, and promotion of artwork through exhibitions, teaching and speaking opportunities.

Key benefits of the enhanced membership program include:

Exhibition space

Ability to demonstrate and sell work at First Fridays and other high traffic events

Studio lease opportunities

Paid teaching opportunities for youth and adult art classes

Exclusive members-only programming, discussions and networking

Discounts on professional development and artist services

Promotional support

Artspace President & CEO Mary Poole noted, “One of our core missions at Artspace is to support the careers and development of artists by providing workspace, exposure to the community and professional development opportunities. We believe the new membership program will provide this and more for area artists.”

Please visit ( to learn more and apply for membership, which is $75 annually.

Artspace is a nonprofit visual art center inspiring innovation through opportunities to experience the creative process and engage with artists.  Artspace is dedicated to providing arts education and community outreach programs, creating a collaborative environment for professional artists and presenting nationally acclaimed exhibitions. Located in downtown Raleigh in the historic Sanders Ford building, Artspace has been providing the community with the opportunity to interact with working artists and to participate in hands-on arts education since 1986.

For more information about Artspace, exhibitions, or membership, please visit (

Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, is Putting Out a Call for Entrepreneurs, Artists, and Inventors for #1Spark! Taking Place Sept. 6, 2014

August 6, 2014


The Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, is calling all creative and entrepreneurial people – such as, but not limited to, artists, inventors, business start-ups, craftsmen, and food vendors – to attend its #1Spark! festival Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, in downtown Spartanburg.

#1Spark! – where creativity and innovation collide – is a festival of ideas – bringing together all the creative forces of the community, especially those associated with business and the arts. The goal is to ignite creativity and innovation by connecting people and ideas. Chapman Cultural Center is seeking artists, entrepreneurs or inventors, who are looking for opportunities to interact with the public or who desire feedback from potential customers in a low-risk environment in product/service development.

Jennifer Evins, Chapman’s President/CEO, said: “Spartanburg is already known throughout the region as a vibrant arts community. We are known nationwide as a pro-business community. What better way to celebrate two of our most valuable assets than to combine them into a single concept and event? It will be a unique experience, and one that I’m sure the general public will find informative, creative, and fun”

To be a creator (entrepreneur, artist or inventor) and to have a booth to demonstrate and/or sell goods or services is a simple application process and a $30 fee. To apply, please call 864/591-5604 or e-mail to (

The outdoor festival will start at 11am and end at 5pm, between Chapman Cultural Center and “The George,” along North Liberty Street. Major partners in the festival include USC Upstate’s The George (the Johnson College of Business and Economics) and the Iron Yard, the downtown business accelerator.

“We are about entrepreneurship. We’re about art. We’re about education. We’re about ideas.  What better way to encourage innovation and creativity than to bring arts and business together,” Evins said.

ArtFields® 2015 in Lake City, SC, Calls for Entries for Competition for a Share of $100,000 – Deadline is Nov. 14, 2014

August 4, 2014


From Apr. 24 through May 2, 2015, Lake City, SC, will be host to the third ArtFields® festival, a community-focused celebration of art awarding $100,000 in cash prizes to artists from across the Southeast.

Initially founded in 2013, ArtFields® annually transforms the historic district of Lake City into a Southern art mecca for nine days, allowing visitors, residents, and artists to experience a massive arts festival in the heart of one of South Carolina’s most charming small towns.

Artists from the 12 Southeastern states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia) are invited to submit artwork for the competition and their chance at their share of $100,000 in prizes. These life-changing prizes will be awarded as a Top Prize ($50,000), a Juried Panel prize ($25,000), a People’s Choice two-dimensional ($12,500) and a People’s Choice three-dimensional ($12,500) prize during the ArtFields® 2015 Art Festival.

The Call for Submissions opens Sept. 14, 2014 at ( and closes Nov. 14, 2014.

Established and emerging artists may submit one 2-D or 3-D piece (painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, digital media, installation art, etc.). Artwork will be submitted online to be reviewed by a jury of visual art professionals. This jury will select 400 works of art to compete in Lake City for the prize money. Artists will be notified no later than Jan. 1, 2015 of acceptance into the ArtFields® 2015 competition.

Applicants must be 18 or older by Nov. 14, 2014, and reside in one of the 12 Southeastern states. Only original artwork is eligible for submission and must have been completed within two years of the submission deadline of Friday, Nov. 14, 2014.

For the complete list of rules and eligibility for the ArtFields® 2015 competition, please visit (

For artist inquiries, please contact the Art Team at 843/374-0180 or e-mail to (

Editor’s Note: I’m including some examples from previous ArtFields® competitions that represent “one” entry so you can get an idea of what “one” can mean. There are four official cash awards but in 2014 ArtFields® awarded a second Juried Panel prize of ($25,000). Works are sold during the nine days to visitors and many intangible contacts can be made, so just making the 400 cut could be beneficial. Don’t be silly when pricing your work – it could cost you. Think outside your box. This could be a great time to do that one work you have always wanted to do but never dared to. Don’t just pick up something hanging around to enter. And finally – read the entry rules very carefully.
Images from previous art ArtFields® events:

2013 entry by Laurie McIntosh – a group of paintings of her family all connected together

2014 work by Hirona Matsuda

2014 work by Craig Colorusso – a group of sound boxes run by sunlight. This was the $50,000 winning entry from 2014

2014 work by Dorothy Netherland – a series of portraits of the same person

2014 work by Robert Snead – a cardboard replica of a Dollar Store with 100’s of objects made of cardboard

2014 work by Mary Gilkerson – works from a series of paintings from trips along a certain highway

Artspace in Raleigh, NC, is Calling for Entries for the “Fine Contemporary Crafts of the Southeastern US” Exhibit – Deadline is Sept. 22, 2014

July 29, 2014


Artspace in Raleigh, NC, invites artists working in a variety of craft media to enter the “Fine Contemporary Craft Exhibition of the Southeastern US”, a biennial national juried exhibition. Eligible media include functional or sculptural works in the following: basketry, ceramics, fiber, furniture (any media), glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, handmade paper and wood. Entries will also be juried for cash prizes.

This year’s juror is Stefanie Gerber Darr, Gallery Manager at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Application Fee is $30. Submit applications ONLY to CaFE at ( For more information, visit Artspace website at (

Artspace is a nonprofit visual arts center dedicated to providing arts education and community outreach programs, creating an environment of 120 professional artists and presenting nationally acclaimed exhibitions. Located in downtown Raleigh in the historic Sanders Ford building, Artspace has been providing the community with the opportunity to interact with working artists and to participate in hands-on arts education since 1986.

For more information about Artspace, exhibitions, or membership, please visit (

Lancaster County Council of the Arts in Lancaster, SC, Calls for Entries for the “2014 Marian Hagins Memorial Art Competition” – Deadline is Aug. 28, 2014

July 29, 2014


The Lancaster County Council of the Arts in Lancaster, SC, is issuing a call for entries for the “2014 Marian Hagins Memorial Art Competition”. This juried show is open to all Lancaster County artists, high school age and older.

Cash prizes are awarded to nine winners, including the People’s Choice Award. Artists may submit up to two paintings which must be delivered to the LCCA, 201 W Gay Street, in Lancaster, between Aug. 25-28, 2014, during office hours.

This community exhibit will be on display in the Springs House Galleries from Sept. 8 through Oct. 27, 2014. A reception will be held on Sunday, Sept. 21, from 3-5pm.

The gallery exhibit and reception are free and open to the public and is sponsored by the LCCA, the Lancaster County Art League and the Hagins Family.

For more information or a registration form, please contact or visit the Lancaster County Council of the Arts, 201 W. Gay Street, Lancaster, by calling 803/285-7451 or visit (


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