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Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Receives Valuable French Paintings from Longtime Patron

April 16, 2014

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The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, has received a gift of four early-19th-century oil paintings from longtime Museum friend and supporter Harold Hartshorne, Jr., who passed away in October 2013 at age 95.

The four donated works were all completed by artists associated with the Barbizon School of painting. The Barbizon School was made up of a group of French painters, who all resided and worked in the village of Barbizon as well as the Forest of Fontainebleau, just outside of Paris, from the early 1830s to the 1870s. Breaking away from the conventions of their contemporaries, Barbizon artists typically painted humble, realistic landscapes and pastoral scenes free of gallantry and idealism. The group is considered the first generation of French landscape painters to focus truly on nature. In technique, their brushstrokes tend to be painterly and rough, and their color schemes favor earth tones.

The paintings include a seascape by Charles-François Daubigny (1817-1878), considered one of the leaders of the Barbizon School; two pastoral landscapes by prominent Barbizon artists Constant Troyon (1810-1865) and Émile Van Marcke (1827-1890); and a fourth described as in the “manner of John Constable” (1776-1837), an English artist credited with inspiring the movement.

The Barbizon paintings were purchased about 1905 by Simeon B. Chapin, one of the Art Museum’s namesakes. Hartshorne inherited them from Chapin, his grandfather, and subsequently bequeathed them to the Museum.

Hartshorne was a longtime resident of Lake Geneva, WI. The son of Marietta Chapin and Harold Hartshorne, Sr., Harry was born in New York City in 1918. Following graduation from Princeton University and a brief stint on the NY Stock Exchange, he was drafted into the Army in 1941. At his father’s urging, he transferred into the Air Force and became a pilot. Fluent in French, he was tapped to train French cadets to fly. In recognition of his work, he was awarded a pair of honorary French Wings by President Charles DeGaulle after the war.

Simeon B. Chapin, son of a prominent Chicago merchant was himself a highly successful New York stock broker and real estate investor. Chapin joined with the Burroughs brothers to form the Myrtle Beach Farms Company, the predecessor to the Burroughs & Chapin Co. Hartshorne was a director of the company from 1948 to 1998; during that time he is said to have rarely missed a board meeting.

A lifelong patron of the arts, Hartshorne supported numerous arts organizations in Wisconsin and in Myrtle Beach, among them the Art Museum.

The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is a wholly nonprofit institution located across from Springmaid Pier at 3100 South Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 4pm, and Sundays, 1 – 4pm. Admission is free, but donations are welcomed. Components of Museum programs are funded in part by support from the City of Myrtle Beach, the Horry County Council and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For further information, call 843/238-2510, or visit (www.MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org).

Fifteen Area High School Students Received Cash Prizes at the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC

April 8, 2014

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High School students win cash awards at the Horry-Georgetown County (SC) High School’s “13th Annual Juried Art Exhibition,” sponsored by Carolina Radiology Associates, LLC, on view at the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC.

The 77 pieces of student artwork chosen for display from more than 350 entries will remain on view at the Museum through Apr. 20, 2014.

Victoria Locklear, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, garnered a Best in Show for her Folk Art inspired piece, “The Babel.First,” second and third-place prizes in two-dimensional works went to Caroline Silverman, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Thomas Hickman, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology and Anna-Maria Riley, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology.

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Caroline Silverman with her work

First, second and third-place prizes in three-dimensional work went to Nichelle Dowell, St. James High School, Alexis Powell, St. James High School and Carmen Arias, St. James High School.

Honorable Mentions, two-dimensional, were awarded to Erin Ryan, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Catherine Meeks, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Aurora Downey, North Myrtle Beach High School and Ethan Johnson, St. James High School.

Honorable Mentions, three-dimensional, went to Tori Prough, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Daniel Pieterse, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Gabrielle Moore, Myrtle Beach High School and Gal Koretzky, Myrtle Beach High School.

This year two additional Honorable Mentions were added thanks to the support of the Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild.

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Nichelle Dowell with her work

This year’s judge was Reynier Llanes (b. 1985, Pinar del Rio, Cuba). Llanes developed his remarkable talent as a visual artist in Cuba despite government-imposed restrictions on art expression and the resulting constraints on making a living as a professional artist. In 2007, Llanes relocated to the United States. Settling in Naples, Florida, he immediately immersed himself in educational opportunities to learn English and began the process of establishing his US citizenship. For two years, he worked alongside world-renowned artist Jonathan Green at Green’s studio. In 2009, he was offered the position of Artist in Residence at Jonathan Green Studios. Shortly thereafter, he moved with Green and his staff to Green’s new studio in Charleston, SC, where he currently resides and works. In 2011, Llanes exhibited his work at the Art Museum in a solo exhibition, “Preserving a Cultural Heritage: The Coffee Paintings of Reynier Llanes”. In addition to painting, Llanes is learning art management methods and is representing fine art created by professional artists who continue to live and work in Cuba.

Gallery hours at the Museum are 10am to 4pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and 1 to 4pm on Sundays. Admission to the Museum is free but donations are welcome.

For further information, call 843/238-2510 or visit (www.MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org).

Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Celebrates Year of the Horse – Feb. 8, 2014

January 21, 2014

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Years of the Horse – 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026

According to Chinese tradition, people born in the year of the horse are energetic, independent and impatient. They are also avid travelers, great communicators, clever and kind to others. Celebrities in the year of the horse include, Selma Hayek, Sandra Day O’Connor, Harrison Ford, Gordon Ramsey, the late Nelson Mandela and Shel Silverstein.        ~ from The Chinese Zodiac

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In Chinese astrology, the spirit of the horse symbolizes warmheartedness, energy, intelligence and cheer.  These traits will come in handy on Feb. 8, 2014, from 11am – 3pm, when visitors at the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum ring in The Year of the Horse with a Free Family Day celebration of Chinese New Year.

As always, this year’s celebration will kick off with a traditional Dragon Parade and Lion Dance, followed by storytelling, Chinese dance, chopstick lessons and a wide range of games, lectures, demonstrations and family art workshops.

The real star of this Year of the Horse celebration, however, could well be a lotus-the delightful Charlotte, NC-based Little Lotus Dance Troupe, returning for its sixth year at this event. Consisting of over a dozen girls of Chinese heritage, ranging in age from five to 13, the group is known for its renditions of traditional and contemporary dance performed in authentic costumes to Chinese music or songs.

Other activities will include talks on Tai Chi, Chi Gong and acupuncture.  There will also be an ice sculpture demonstration and martial arts demonstrations.

Participants at the event can learn to eat with chopsticks and watch vegetable carvers at work.  Children will make chopstick scrolls, masks, fans and lanterns as well as kites (weather permitting). Guests will also be able to leave their mark in a dragon hallway display. They can play Chinese-originated games such as mah jong, dominoes or Chinese checkers; watch traditional Chinese paper cutting or have their names written in Chinese calligraphy.

Youngsters can enjoy storytelling and face painting, explore Chinese children’s literature or watch a video of “Sesame Street’s Big Bird in China”. There will be two other films, geared towards adults, for viewing throughout the day. The first, titled “Guonian,” depicts New Year’s traditions as they are observed in China. The second, titled “The Films of Deben Bhattacharya: Chinese Opera,” features the music and dance, religion and social customs related to the everyday life of people in several countries of Asia and Eastern Europe.

Chinese Tea Time with Myra – a special tea tasting at 11am will take place and will require registration.  Call the Art Museum at 843/238-2510 to sign up.

While attending the event, visitors are encouraged to browse the Museum’s current exhibits.

Admission to all events is free.

All Day Events

KidsArt Workshops to create masks, chopstick scrolls and lanterns
Kites (weather permitting)
Chinese Literature for Children
Face Painting with Big Bird in China Video
Mah Jong
Dominoes and Chinese Checkers
Chinese Opera Video
Guonian Video
Tea and Fortune Cookies
Chinese Market
Chopstick Lessons
Paper Folding and Chinese Calligraphy
Chinese New Year Cake Samples

Scheduled Events

11am – Dragon Parade with Mint Hill Kung Fu School

11:15am – New Year Lion “wakes up” with Mint Hill

11:15am – Chinese Tea Ceremony with Myra Rahenkamp

11:45am – ChineseStorytelling with Joan Leotta

12:15pm – Tai Chi and Chi Gong Demonstration and Lecture with Fred Christie

12:30pm – Vegetable Carving with Nan Black and Eric Wagner

1:30pm – Ice Sculpture Demonstration with Eric Wagner

2:15pm – Chinese medicine talk with Susanne Swearengen

2:30pm – Martial Arts Demonstrations with Mint Hill

to be announced – Little Lotus Dance Troupe

3pm – Lion Goes to Sleep with Mint Hill

SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is a wholly nonprofit institution located across from Springmaid Pier at 3100 South Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 4pm and Sundays, 1pm to 4pm. Admission is free, but donations are accepted.  Components of Museum programs are funded in part by support from the City of Myrtle Beach, the Horry County Council and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For further information call the Museum at 843/238-2510 or visit (www.MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org).

Hollywood Wax Museum, a New Attraction in Myrtle Beach, SC, Currently Seeking Full-Time Curator

January 21, 2014

The Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center, opening in 2014 in Myrtle Beach, SC, has hired Certified Attractions Executive Tim Ruedy as General Manager and is currently accepting applications for a full-time Curator, according to Tej Sundher of Kuvera Partners.

Ruedy will oversee the development of the new venue, hire staff, and operate its attractions, planned to open this summer at 1808 21st Avenue North in Myrtle Beach. With more than 30 years of experience in the attractions industry, Ruedy has held management positions with Burroughs and Chapin Co./Parc Management LLC, Six Flags, Knott’s Camp Snoopy at Mall of America and Mid America Festivals. He and his wife, Marilyn, have lived in Myrtle Beach for eight years. Ruedy is active in the community, serving on the Board of Visitors for the Coastal Carolina University College of Education and the South Carolina Children’s Museum. He is also President of the Carolina Forest Sunrise Rotary Club in Myrtle Beach.

“Tim is an excellent addition to our team,” says Sundher, whose grandfather founded the original Hollywood Wax Museum in 1965. “He brings strong operational knowledge and shares our core values, especially when it comes to working with others in the community and industry and focusing on excellent customer experience.”

According to Sundher, a key component of the guest experience will be interaction with lifelike wax figures of their favorite stars, which is why it is so important to hire a talented full-time Curator to present and maintain these valuable works of art. Each Hollywood Wax Museum Curator has a unique set of sculpting, painting, and handiwork skills to fix scratches, broken fingers, and other damage caused to the film, TV, music and pop culture likenesses on the show floor. Additionally, the Curator handles hair and costume changes, as well as the overall appearance of the figures within their sets.

“We’re looking for someone who has professional experience in the arts and wants to fully utilize their talents and enthusiasm in this career position. We provide training on specific techniques and standards but require a strong base of high quality work,” says Sundher.

Resumes and photos/portfolio links should be sent by e-mail to (jobs@hollywoodwax.com). Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis with expected start of employment in April.

It is projected that hiring notices will go out for additional Administrative, Box Office, Gift Shop and Maintenance staff in April as well.

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The Hollywood Wax Museum—Myrtle Beach at Broadway at the Beach is set to become a top attraction along the Carolina Coast. The two-story tribute to America’s favorite stars includes photo opportunities with current and classic film, TV, and entertainment personalities, along with interactive pop culture displays. The self-guided tour of Hollywood’s elite brings guests close to the stars they love through lifelike wax representations and highlights little-known information about the charities they support, their pets, pet peeves, and accomplishments. For more information, please visit (http://hollywoodwaxmuseum.com/myrtle-beach).

Based in Los Angeles, CA, Kuvera Partners is a privately-held corporation with interests in the attractions, self-storage and real estate industries. Founded in 1965, the company’s history of success is the result of its ongoing research and continual development of resources and relationships. To contact Kuvera Partners please visit the website at (http://www.kuverapartners.com).

Franklin G. Burroughs and Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Offers “Chagall in Israel With Vivian R. Jacobson” – Jan. 28, 2014

January 16, 2014

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The Franklin G. Burroughs and Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, in Myrtle Beach, SC, in partnership with OLLI, will host an illustrated lecture on “Chagall in Israel” by Vivian Jacobson, followed by a book signing at the Museum, on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, from 10:30am to noon.

Jacobson, who served in the ’70s and ’80s as a founding member, secretary and president of the American Friends of Chagall’s Biblical Message Museum in Nice, France, worked closely with the artist on major international projects during the last 11 years of his life.

Since 2001, she has traveled and lectured as an appointed speaker on Marc Chagall for the North Carolina Humanities Council Forum.

Seating is limited, call for reservations today at 843/238-2510.

Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Offers Docent Tour – Nov. 20, 2013

November 15, 2013

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The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, will offer a docent tour, on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013, beginning at 2pm, with Bobbie Lawson, retired Coastal Carolina Art History Professor.

Lawson will give a tour of the exhibit, “The Opulent Object: Tapestries by Jon Riis with Sculpture by Richard Mafong and Mike Harrison,” which is on view through Jan. 5, 2014. Throughout history, humans have coveted material things that are luxurious, rich in color or texture, adorned with gemstones and other rare materials, and meticulously crafted: in short, opulent objects. More than 40 tapestries and 20 sculptures are featured in the exhibition.

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Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is located at 3100 South Ocean Blvd., in Myrtle Beach.

The Museum is open Tue.-Sat., 10am- 4pm and Sun., 1-4pm.

For further info call 843/238-2510 or visit (www.myrtlebeachartmuseum.org).

Jim Harrison Painting Added to Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC

September 29, 2013

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Renowned Southern artist Jim Harrison will now have an original painting in the permanent collection of the Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC.

“We are delighted to have one of my original paintings in this well regarded museum,” said Jim Harrison. “I have always had a strong affinity for our coastal areas in all of their natural beauty so having my work presented in the Myrtle Beach area is an exciting opportunity.”

Patricia Goodwin, Executive Director, accepted the gift on behalf of the Art Museum and stated, “We’re delighted to receive the gift of Mr. Harrison’s acrylic painting, “Fall Sea Oats,” and will enjoy sharing it with our visitors in future exhibits drawn from our permanent collection.” The Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is dedicated to being one of the finest visual arts museums in the Carolinas. The museum strives to engage its community and visitors through unique exhibitions and interactive, educational and creative programs for people of all ages.

The contribution was made possible by Mr. Reaves McCall. A citizen of South Carolina and a long-time collector of Harrison’s work, McCall donated this original painting to be placed in a museum upon his death. Other works from McCall’s collection have been placed with the Morris Museum in Augusta, GA, and the Spartanburg Art Museum in Spartanburg, SC. A complete collection of Jim Harrison’s limited edition prints – also contributed by McCall – was also accepted for the permanent collection of the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, SC.

Jim Harrison’s success is evidenced by four decades as a full-time artist. With talent, hard work and perseverance, he has more than 100 sold out limited editions of the prints made from his paintings and thousands of collectors of his work across the country.  Harrison’s work is universal in appeal – blurring the lines that can otherwise mark the boundaries of society. His paintings and prints can be found in elegant beach houses, large international corporate offices, prestigious museums, and in modest country homes including The State Museum of South Carolina; the Morris Museum of Art; Spartanburg Art Museum; The Coca-Cola Company; The Maytag Corporation; Philip Morris Company; The Leo Burnett Company; and the Augusta National Golf Club.  His highly praised one-man shows have included the prestigious Hammer Galleries in New York and the Conacher Gallery in San Francisco with his paintings also included in the renowned National Academy Gallery in New York.

In his career, Harrison has scaled the heights of success as an artist and received the accolades that follow. In recognition of his contributions, he was honored by the Governor of South Carolina with the exalted Order of the Palmetto Award. He was also honored for his many contributions to art and the State of South Carolina by the South Carolina House of Representatives. Their resolution praised Harrison as a “nationally and internationally acclaimed artist” and as “one of the Palmetto State’s Chief Art Treasures.” More recently, Harrison was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts by the University of South Carolina for his many successful years as a professional artist, the prestige he has brought to the University and the State, and his generosity to a wide range of charitable organizations.

Harrison is the author or illustrator of several books including: “Pathway to a Southern Coast”, “Country Stores”, “American Christmas”, “The Passing”, “Jim Harrison His World Remembered”, and “The Palmetto Tree and Its South Carolina Home”.

For further info call the Museum at 843/238-2510 or at (www.myrtlebeachartmuseum.org). For more information on Jim Harrison, visit his website at (www.jimharrison.com).

High School Artists Win Cash in Art Museum Contest in Myrtle Beach, SC

March 30, 2013

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Thirteen area high school artists received cash prizes Sunday, Mar. 24, 2013, at the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum’s “Horry-Georgetown High Schools 12th Annual Juried Art Exhibition”, sponsored by Carolina Radiology Associates, LLC. The 92 pieces of student artwork chosen for display from 324 entries will remain on view at the Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, through Apr. 21, 2013.

Kirsten English, Socastee High School, garnered a Best in Show for her wire piece, “Survival.First”, second and third-place prizes in two-dimensional works went to Alyssa Scirroco, St. James High School, Madison Hoover, Myrtle Beach High School and Jeremy Walden, Carolina Forest High School.

First, second and third-place prizes in three-dimensional work went to Luke Horowitz, Socastee High School, Christian Walker, Myrtle Beach High School and Autmn Lamp, Socastee High School.

Honorable Mentions, two-dimensional, were awarded to Bridget Kyles, St. James High School, Carolyn Gore, Myrtle Beach High School and TJ LeMasters, Myrtle Beach High School

Honorable Mentions, three-dimensional, went to Dustin Thompkins, Myrtle Beach High School, Caroline Silverman, Academy for the Arts, Sciences and Technology and Elizabeth Joyner, Georgetown High School.

Three unique awards were given this year, the Judges Award and two Patron’s Awards. The recipient of the Judges Award is Breana Rusell, Socastee High School and the Patron Awards went to Jenna Hix, St. James High School and Megan Bogart, Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology.

This year’s judge is international experimental watercolorist Mary Ann Beckwith. A recently retired professor of art at Michigan Tech University, Beckwith was instrumental in bringing the arts to engineering and science students. She has twice been the recipient of the University’s Distinguished Teaching Award and is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Watercolor Honor Society of Watercolor USA as well as many more.

Gallery hours at the Museum are 10am to 4pm, Tuesday through Saturday and 1-4pm on Sundays. Admission to the Museum is free but donations are welcome.

For further information, call 843/238-2510 or visit (www.MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org).

Myrtle Beach Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Receives Verner Governor’s Award From South Carolina Arts Commission Board

February 22, 2013

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The South Carolina Arts Commission Board recently named the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum as the recipient of the 2013 Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Award for the Arts in the Organization category. The Verner awards are the highest honors the state presents in the arts. They will be presented at a Statehouse ceremony tentatively scheduled for Thursday, May 2, 2013.

“It’s heartwarming to see such well-deserved recognition of our executive director, Patricia Goodwin, and her wonderful staff. Their dedication and love of the museum are reflected in every aspect of the operation of the museum and the quality of the programs offered to the community,” said John Stewart, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. “This award reflects the support that the museum receives from the city of Myrtle Beach and sponsors and members. Without their loyal support, none of this would be possible.”

The South Carolina Arts Commission is the state agency responsible for creating a thriving arts environment that benefits the citizens. Headquartered in Columbia, SC, they work to increase public participation in the arts by providing services, grants and artist development through state funds, the federal government through the National Endowment for the Arts, and other sources. Categories within the Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Awards include: Individual Artist, Individual, Arts in Education, Business, Government, Organization, Special Award, and Lifetime Achievement.

“This is a wonderful award that Pat Goodwin and the Art Museum staff certainly deserve. I’m thrilled that they’ve received this award for the best arts organization in the state of South Carolina,” said Carolyn Burroughs, Trustee Emeritus. “It’s such a great thing for this community.”

Over the years, the Art Museum has become an integral part of the Myrtle Beach community and has established itself as one of the finest art institutions in the Carolinas.

“I consider this incredibly special museum to be a ‘Palmetto Crown Jewel’ to South Carolina, its community, artists, international and state visitors, adult and children students, and academic artists and creative interns,” said artist Jonathan Green. “This museum consistently through the past ten years has brought exhibitions of outstanding visual arts ranging from fine art, outdoor art, and magnificent crafts to visitors who are fortunate to see this museum.”

Visitors to the museum enjoy an array of artwork and educational opportunities, and have had the opportunity to view exhibitions of acclaimed hometown artists such as Brian Rutenberg, Frederick Hart, Sigmund Abeles and Alex Powers, and South Carolina natives Jonathan Green and Jasper Johns.

Throughout 2012, the Art Museum celebrated I Heart Art, a yearlong series of events designed to bring in new friends and funds for the museum. Events included several fundraisers (including the 1920′s-inspired Great Gatsby Affair) as well as a 9-hole mini-golf course over the summer (which was the only course in the South to use famous art as its focal point).

“The whole goal of the yearlong I Heart Art program was to increase awareness in the community and attract new patrons,” said Lineta Pritchard, co-chair of I Heart Art. “We’ve more than accomplished that goal. It’s great to see the Art Museum recognized not only within the community, but within the state as well.”

The Art Museum worked with other regional art organizations and partnered with local businesses and individuals to increase awareness of artists and available arts programs. I Heart Art concluded with new members and sponsors, and over $100,000 in new revenue.

For more information call the  Museum at 843/238-2510 or e-mail Patricia Goodwin at (pgoodwin@myrtlebeachartmuseum.org).

Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Offers Lecture on Chagall by Vivian R. Jacobson – Jan. 29, 2013

January 19, 2013

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The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, will offers a lecture, Sharing Chagall: With Vivian R. Jacobson, on Jan. 29, 2013, at 10:30am.

For the last 30 years, Vivian Jabobson has lectured on Marc Chagall in many parts of the United States as well as in Israel, France and Austria. In the course of her lectures, Jacobson offers insight into the artist himself, as well as describing Chagall’s social, political, religious, educational and family environment. These personal stories have intrigued her audiences by often revealing the meaning and understanding of his paintings an other artwork. Jacobson encourages guests to bring any Chagall prints they may have to add to the discussion.

Seating is limited, call for reservations today at 843/238-2510.


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