We’ve received an update from our first posting about the Dec. 2, 2010, First Thursday on Main event.
This month’s First Thursday on Main in Columbia, SC, is also Mingle & Jingle on Main, so there is sure to be loads to see and do! Join us at Tapp’s Center Art Project to meet artists, view original artwork, enjoy live demonstrations and hear Christmas tunes by the Army Jazz Band! The White Mule will be back with the cash bar, but the food is on us! We are excited to be a part of this rapidly growing, creativity-filled event series. The event takes place Dec. 2, 2010, from 6-9pm.
If you have not made it out to see the Window Installation Series it is well worth the trip! They are a fantastic addition to Main Street! The featured artists in the exterior windows are Susan Lenz, Amanda Ladymon, Molly Harrell, Mathew John & Rachel Thomason, Amy Windland, Kimberly Bookman, Porter Dodd, Sandra Carr, Southern Pottery and the Corley Mill Artists Group. And in the interior windows are Pat Stone, Jefferson Vimana, B. Alex Smith, Half Moon Pottery and Nancy Kauffman. This series of installations will be on display through the end of December and the next series will be “revealed” for the January First Thursday.
Other exhibiting artists include: Whitney Lejeune, Khaldoune Bencheikh, Cookie Richardson, Mary How, Julie Larkin, Keith Tolen, Beth Aker, Ellin Baskin, Vanessa Bussey, JJ Casey, Cheryl Coble, Brenda Schwarz Miller, Sam Compton, Brent Nichols, Carolyn McLaughlin, Carol Anderson, Val Zaba, Sue Shrader, Carolyn Cobia, June Tucarella, Bryce Dixon, and Abstract Alexandra.
This month check out our Youth Exhibit including young artists Syna Mae Miller, Katya Windland, Murphy White and Richard Black. It is essential to support young talent and give them a place in the big picture. This will be an ongoing initiative at the Tapp’s Art Center Project!
For more information on this or future events at Tapp’s please contact Brenda Schwarz Miller at 803/609-3479 or e-mail to (firstname.lastname@example.org). Become a Facebook fan of Tapp’s Arts Center Project.