Archive for the ‘Midlands SC Visual Arts’ Category

Stormwater Studios in the Vista of Columbia, SC, Has a Studio Space for Rent – Deadline July 31, 2018

June 27, 2018

Stormwater Studios in Columbia, at 413 Pendleton Street, is now accepting applications from artists to lease the 10th and last available studio. The brand-new studios and gallery are part of the new and growing River Arts Community and include some of Columbia’s most prominent artists in a modern, light-filled space. The deadline for applications is July 31, 2018, and the jurying process will begin shortly afterward. For information and an application form, visit the website at (www.stormwaterstudios.org).

The gallery at Stormwater Studios will also soon be available for artists to rent for exhibitions. Watch the website for updated information. Regular visiting hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm, Sunday 1-4pm, or by appointment.

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The Aiken Center for the Arts in Aiken, SC, is Calling for Artists to Show at the Center

May 30, 2018

Offered with some editor’s suggestions:


This is all they really sent us.

The Aiken Center for the Arts in Aiken, SC, is calling for artists to submit proposals for exhibitions at the Center. They didn’t offer us much details, but I would suggest getting their prospectus and check our item #10 as seen here:

10. Promotion and advertising will include an Artist Reception the first Thursday of the exhibition (6-8 PM) with
beverages provided by ACA. ACA will promote the exhibit on our website, social media outlets, community
calendars, member newsletter and by email. ACA will pay for the printing and mailing of up to 500 postcards
provided the artist provided the Artist provides the required images to the Executive Director by the contract
deadline.

No deadline was given but I’m not sure they have a show scheduled for July 2018 – 2019.

Check out their website to get an idea of how they promote exhibits on their website.

For complete details e-mail (progmgr@aikencenterforthearts.org) for a prospectus.

For more detail call 803/641-9094 or visit (www.aikencenterforthearts.org).

Arts Council of York County in Rock Hill, SC, Call for Artists to Enter “29th Annual Juried Competition” – Deadline June 15, 2018

May 30, 2018

The Arts Council of York County presents the 29th Annual Juried Competition at the Center for the Arts, 121 E. Main St., Rock Hill, SC, July 20 – September 9, 2018. Winners will be announced at a free, public reception to be held at the Center for the Arts on Thursday, August 16, 2018 from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

The Juried Competition is open internationally to artists 18 and older. Only original work, created in the last two (2) years, and not previously shown at the Center for the Arts, Dalton Gallery will be accepted. All forms of media are eligible, including video. Limit four pieces per artist. The deadline for entries is Friday, June 15, 2018 at 5pm. This is NOT a postmark deadline for mailed entries.

Entry Fees:
ACYC Members: $30 for up to two pieces, each additional piece is $10
Non-members: $40 for up to two pieces, each additional piece is $10

Complete guidelines and entry information are available now at (yorkcountyarts.org/29th-juried).

AWARDS
Gerald & Barbara Schapiro Best of Show – $1,000
1st Place $500
2nd Place $200
3rd Place $100
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Awards are sponsored by Kathy and Larry Wilson.

JUROR – Liz Rundorff Smith, Art School Director, Greenville Center for Creative Arts

Smith received a BA in Studio Art from the College of Wooster in Wooster, OH, in 2000. She studied abroad at The Marchutz School of Painting in Aix en Provence, France in 1998 and The British Institute of Florence in Florence, Italy in 2004. From 2000 to 2003 she served as Program Director of the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts in New Castle, PA where she developed and organized exhibitions and educational programming. In December of 2005, she received an MFA in Painting from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Liz moved to Greenville in 2006 to serve as Program Director for the Artisphere arts festival until July of 2016. During her tenure with Artisphere, the festival gained national recognition and top industry rankings. She currently serves as Art School Director for the Greenville Center for Creative Arts, an organization whose mission is to enrich the cultural fabric of our community through visual arts promotion, education and inspiration. Liz lives in Travelers Rest with her husband Brad and daughters Piper and Tessa and continues to exhibit her work in solo and group exhibitions.


Joanna Wardell, “Field Notes 33”
28th Annual Juried Competition | Gerald and Barbara Schapiro Best of Show

The Arts Council is headquartered in downtown Rock Hill, a state-recognized cultural district. For more information on Arts Council events, contact the Arts Council of York County at 803-328-2787, by e-mail at (arts@yorkcountyarts.org), or visit our webpage at (http://www.yorkcountyarts.org).

2018 Red Rose Festival Photography Contest in Lancaster, SC, Call to Artists – Deadline April 20, 2018

March 31, 2018

Red Rose Festival Photography Contest & Exhibition is a collaborative partnership between the City of Lancaster, SC, Katawba Valley Land Trust (KVLT) and the Lancaster County Council of the Arts and will take part with the annual Red Rose Festival on May 18/19, 2018, in downtown Lancaster. Open to all ages, participants are asked to submit one 8×10 color or black/white photograph, focusing on the beauty and breathtaking views of nature in Lancaster County​.​ There is no entry fee. This is a juried competition and there are cash awards: $150 for first place, $100 for second and $50 for third. In addition, an Honorable Mention photograph is named. Exhibition will be on display in the Springs House galleries during May.

All submissions are due by 3:00 p.m. Friday, April 20, 2018 to the Lancaster County Council of the Arts, 201 West Gay Street, Lancaster, SC. For more information and/or to register call 803/285-7451, e-mail to (arts.takepart@gmail.com) or visit (www.lccarts.net). ​

The University of South Carolina School of Visual Art and Design, in Columbia, SC, will Hold the 63rd Annual Art Auction in McMaster Gallery – Mar. 28, 2018

March 13, 2018

McMaster Gallery, located at 1615 Senate Street in Columbia, SC, will hold the 63rd Annual Art Auction, on Wednesday, Mar. 28, 2018, from 6-9pm.

The 63rd Annual Art Auction will include original artworks of a variety of mediums including: sculpture, printmaking, photography, drawing, painting and ceramics made by faculty, current students, and alumni of the University of South Carolina’s School of Visual Art and Design and artists within the community including (but not limited to).


Work by Virginia Scotchie


Work by Cameron Porter


Work by Alicia Leeke

The updated list of artists for McMaster Gallery Art Auction includes: Sigmund Abeles, Joseph Abuelo, Paddy Almond, Grace Barnes, Nick Boismenu, Thomas Bosse, Savannah Cagle, Lauren Chapman, Robert Courtright, Carl Craighead, Jessica Dame, Tab Donnelly, Alejandro Garcia Lemos, Jonathan Green, Mana Hewitt, Bri Kinard, Laura Kissel, Jordan Le, Alicia Leeke, Erin Mitchell, Maggie Mozdzierz, Linda Neely, Marcelo Novo, Cameron Porter, Adrian Rhodes, Kathleen Robbins, Brian Rutenberg, Sara Schneckloth, Virginia Scotchie, Rob Shaw, Brittany Sparks, Katie Slack, Alexandra Stasko, Aston Stroman, John Henry Tecklenburg, Olaf Tollefson, Marius Valdes, and Daniel Williams.

These artworks will go to the highest bidders Wednesday, Mar. 28, from 6-9pm in the McMaster Gallery at the 63rd Annual USC Art Auction. The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be provided.

The artwork will be on display for public viewing starting at 1pm on Mar. 28. Anyone who cannot attend the Art Auction event can fill out an Absentee Form to participate. There will be a Preview Party at 6pm followed by the Live Auction at 6:30pm. The Silent Auction will be open at 6pm and close about 30 minutes after the Live Auction ends.

The auction is sponsored by the School of Visual Art and Design in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. Proceeds from the auctioned works are divided between the artists and the university’s art scholarship and gallery fund. Credit cards (excluding Discover) and checks will be accepted.

This popular event will be held at McMaster Gallery located in the University of South Carolina’s School of Visual Art and Design at 1615 Senate Street, Columbia, SC, with accessible street parking on Pickens, Senate, and Henderson.

For more information, contact Kara Gunter, Gallery Director and organizer of this year’s event, at 803/777-5752 or e-mail to (gunterkm@mailbox.sc.edu).

Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County in Camden, SC, Announces Youth Arts Month Exhibition Winners

March 13, 2018

The Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County in Camden, SC, announces the winners of the 2018 Youth Arts Month exhibition which features some of the best artwork in the Kershaw County School District (KCSD). The exhibition will remain in the Bassett Gallery through Friday, Mar. 30, 2018, and is open weekdays from 10am to 5pm. This year, the “You Gotta Have Art” exhibition is sponsored by Kershaw Health. The exhibition is an annual partnership with the Kershaw County School District. The Bassett Gallery season is sponsored by Kornegay Funeral Home.

Art teachers district-wide submitted students’ artwork which was judged by several local artists. Fifteen pieces were chosen as winning pieces in grades K-12. The winning pieces, with the exclusion of fragile 3D work will travel throughout the county beginning next fall and end its travels with an exhibition at the State House in Columbia next spring.


3D winner, D’Mya Missouri, Camden High School

This year’s winners include (teachers listed in parenthesis):
Shayna Johnson (Renee Robinson), Midway Elementary School, grade K; Anna Argondizzo (Madeline Griffith), Pine Tree Hill Elementary School, grade 1; Brielle Blakney (Madeline Griffith), Pine Tree Hill Elementary School, grade 2; Xander Black (Jennifer Manuel), Jackson Elementary School, grade 3; Sarah Claire Rhyne (Renee Robinson) Midway Elementary School, grade 4; Jordan Gardner (Wende Myers), Blaney Elementary School, grade 5; Madison Spear (Elizabeth Ketchum), Lugoff-Elgin Middle School, grade 6; Madison Bantum (Leslie Pate) North Central Middle School, grade 7; Abbie Bounsavath (Elizabeth Ketchum), Lugoff-Elgin Middle School, grade 8; Elizabeth Rausseau (Marti Wallace), Camden High School; D’Mya Missouri (Marti Wallace), Camden High School, grade 12; Sarah Lanaghan (Alan Riches) Lugoff-Elgin High School, grade 10; Mackenzie McGaha (Alan Riches) Lugoff-Elgin High School, grade 10; Helen Odom (Gina Bruce) Lugoff-Elgin High School, grade 12; Maddie Slice (Gina Bruce), Lugoff-Elgin High School, grade 11.

Honorable mentions were also awarded and include:
Savannah Faulk (Amy Faulk), grade K; Sara Martin (Julie Flores), Lugoff Elementary School, grade 2; Sarah Grace Page (Madeline Griffith), Pine Tree Hill Elementary School, grade 4; Claire Alvey (Elizabeth Ketchum), Lugoff-Elgin Middle School, grade 8; Jennsen Jeffries (Cassandra Mickle), Leslie M. Stover Middle School, grade 8; Lauren Wickham (Alan Riches), Lugoff-Elgin High School, grade 10; Lillian Crosby (Jill Forman), North Central High School, grade 11; Estephania Magana-Gonzales (Marti Wallace), Camden High School, grade 12; and Makinna Elkins (Gina Bruce) Lugoff-Elgin High School, grade 12.

To see images of all of the winner’s artwork visit the FAC website at (www.fineartscenter.org) or the FAC Facebook page.

The Fine Arts Center is funded in part by grants from Duke Energy, the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Camden, Kershaw County, and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, along with donations from businesses and individuals.

For more information call 803/425-7676, visit the FAC office at 810 Lyttleton Street in Camden, or visit the website at (www.fineartscenter.org). Office hours are Monday through Friday, 10am-5pm.

Arts Council of York County in Rock Hill, SC, Announces Winners of Rock Hill Schools “Teachers’ Choice Youth Art Exhibition”

March 9, 2018

The Arts Council of York County and Rock Hill Schools present the annual “Teachers’ Choice Youth Art Exhibition” – featuring selected artwork by Rock Hill, SC, students from high, middle, and elementary schools. This exhibition has been created in honor of Youth Art Month, and will be on display in all three galleries at the Center for the Arts, 121 East Main St., Rock Hill, on view through Mar. 16, 2018.

The “Teachers’ Choice Youth Art Exhibit” features works by students enrolled in schools within the Rock Hill Schools. Artwork by students at Northwestern High School, Rock Hill High School, and South Pointe High School is on exhibition in the Dalton Gallery. In the Perimeter Gallery, artwork by students from Castle Heights, Dutchman Creek, Rawlinson Road, Saluda Trail, and Sullivan Middle Schools is on display. Students from sixteen elementary schools have artwork on exhibition including Belleview, Ebenezer Avenue, Ebinport, Finley Road, Independence, India Hook, Lesslie, Mount Gallant, Mount Holly, Northside School of the Arts, Oakdale, Old Pointe, Richmond Drive, Rosewood, Sunset Park, and York Road Elementary Schools.

The following students received awards at the 2018 Rock Hill Schools “Teachers’ Choice Youth Art Exhibit”:

JIMMIE MATTHEWS AWARD | BEST OF SHOW
“From the Ashes” by Rebekah Wood
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Sandy Queen


“From the Ashes” by Rebekah Wood

HIGH SCHOOL
3-DIMENSIONAL
1ST Place – “The Band” by Nevaeh Burwell, Nicole Hart, Tiniaya Hill, Olivia McLaughlin, Devin Nichols, Na’Kiera Robinson, Javion Sewell, Erin Yanes
South Pointe High School, Teacher: Ashley Beard
2ND Place – “Last Laugh” by Rebekah Wood
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Sandy Queen
3RD Place – “Left Behind” by Malik Wherry
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Tina Vincent
Honorable Mention – “Rosé” by Nicole Higganbotham, Sofia Flores-Gomez
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Shelley Threatt
Honorable Mention – “Ice Cream Sundae” by Gabby Rowsam, Abbie Mondo, Virginia Newman
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Shelley Threatt
Honorable Mention – “The Horn” by Gabby Rowsam
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Shelley Threatt
Honorable Mention – “Silenced Woman” by Essence Smith
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Tina Vincent

DRAWING
1ST Place – “Belair” by Lily Morris
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Tina Vincent
2ND Place – “Maiden” by Sonya Long
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Kim Grant
3RD Place – “Hail” to the Chief by Taylor Mitchell
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Matt Bell
Honorable Mention – “A Wrinkle in Time” by Joseph Fagua
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Kim Grant
Honorable Mention – “Fake Laughs at Fancy Parties” by Piper Grant
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Shelley Threatt
Honorable Mention – “I’ll Have the Special” by Kaitlyn Hear
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Kim Grant
Honorable Mention – “Dictators” by Joshua Lind
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Matt Bell
Honorable Mention – “Portraits” by Donald Medley
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Shellie Nivens

MIXED MEDIA
1ST Place – “Been Through A Lot” by Jenna Fowler
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Tina Vincent
2ND Place – “Jake” by Cori Heitz
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Matt Bell
3RD Place – “Out of Body Experience” by Meghan Park
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Kim Grant
Honorable Mention – “Beauty is Pain” by Caitlin Gardner
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Sandy Queen
Honorable Mention – “Bird Feed for Athens” by Payton Rawls
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Sandy Queen
Honorable Mention – “Art Power” by Mariah Talley
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Tina Vincent

PAINTING
1ST Place – “Nightscapes” by Sydney Lilly
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Shelley Threatt
2ND Place – “Family Portrait” by Fatima Zamarron-Morales
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Kim Grant
3RD Place – “Bouquet” by Tanaiya Aldridge
South Pointe High School, Teacher: Ashley Beard
Honorable Mention – “Rays” by Victoria DaQuano
Northwestern High School, Teacher: Kim Grant
Honorable Mention – “El Perro Pequeño” by Camila Elizalde
Rock Hill High School, Teacher: Kim Cash

MIDDLE SCHOOL
3-DIMENSIONAL
1ST Place – “Ollie” by Karlee Adams
Castle Heights Middle School, Teacher: James Wesley Tarlton
2ND Place – “Racoon” by Jillian Strickland
Castle Heights Middle School, Teacher: James Wesley Tarlton
3RD Place – ‘Bird in a Nest” by Ariella Rizzo
Dutchman Creek Middle School, Teacher: Kristen Cocchiola
Honorable Mention – “Cupcake Wars” by Mason Morrison
Sullivan Middle School, Teacher: Susan Barnette

DRAWING
1ST Place – “She Who Dwells Within the Cones” by Rossie Letigio
Sullivan Middle School, Teacher: Susan Barnette
2ND Place – “Meow” by Kayla Flynn
Rawlinson Road Middle School, Teacher: Alyson McAlpine
3RD Place – “She Sees She Conquers” by Jade Sult
Sullivan Middle School, Teacher: Susan Barnette
Honorable Mention – “Time” by Lauren Church
Dutchman Creek Middle School, Teacher: Kristen Cocchiola

MIXED MEDIA
1ST Place – “Alice in the Mushroom Forest” by Arizona Brandon
Castle Heights Middle School, Teacher: James Wesley Tarlton
2ND Place – “Garden” by Madison Deese
Rawlinson Road Middle School, Teacher: Alyson McAlpine
3RD Place – “Jack Climbed the Beanstalk” by Anthony Dubose
Castle Heights Middle School, Teacher: James Wesley Tarlton
Honorable Mention – “Sand by the Sea” by Alex Aradas
Dutchman Creek Middle School, Teacher: Kristen Cocchiola

PAINTING
1ST Place – “Lion” by Riley Cape
Castle Heights Middle School, Teacher: James Wesley Tarlton
2ND Place – “Music City” by Garrett Began
Dutchman Creek Middle School, Teacher: Kristen Cocchiola
3RD Place – “Tomboy Skyline” by Amariona Wilson
Castle Heights Middle School, Teacher: James Wesley Tarlton
Honorable Mention – “$50 Spent at the Movies” by Kayleigh Deese
Dutchman Creek Middle School, Teacher: Kristen Cocchiola

JUROR | R. Scot Hockman
R. Scot Hockman served as juror for the 2018 exhibit, judging the high school and middle school exhibitions. Mr. Hockman has been a leader in South Carolina’s arts education community for more than 38 years as a middle school art teacher, as a writer and facilitator of state academic standards and curriculum guides, and as the Education Associate for the Visual and Performing Arts at the South Carolina Department of Education. He has served as president of the South Carolina Art Education Association as well as the South Carolina Alliance for Arts Education. He was a writer of the 2003 South Carolina Visual Arts Curriculum Standards and Curriculum Guide. Numerous national organizations have tapped Scot’s expertise to inform nationwide programs and decision-making, including the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, U.S. Department of Education, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, States Education Agencies Directors of Arts Education, National Coalition for Core Arts Standards and the Arkansas Arts Council. In 2003, Scot was recognized as the National Arts Education Association Middle Level Art Educator of the Year. In addition, he received the Teacher of the Year Award from the South Carolina Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Outstanding Professional Accomplishment Award from the South Carolina Consortium for Gifted Education, Piccolo Spoleto Special Recognition Award, the Columbia Museum of Art Mac Arthur Goodwin Award, and the Dance Advocacy Award from the South Carolina Dance Association.

The Center for the Arts is located at 121 East Main Street, in the Cultural District of Downtown Rock Hill. All three galleries at the Center for the Arts are open Monday through Thursday – 9am – 6pm, Friday – 9am – 5pm, and the second and fourth weekends of each month, Saturday from 10am – 2pm, and Sunday from 2 – 4pm.

The Arts Council is headquartered in downtown Rock Hill, a state-recognized cultural district. For more information on Arts Council events, contact the Arts Council of York County at 803/328-2787, by e-mail at (arts@yorkcountyarts.org), or visit our webpage at (http://www.yorkcountyarts.org).

Arts Council of York County in Rock Hill, SC, Announces 2019 Call for Artists – Deadline Apr. 6, 2018

February 26, 2018

The Arts Council of York County is now accepting applications for 2019 gallery exhibitions in the Dalton Gallery at the Center for the Arts, 121 E. Main St., Rock Hill, SC, 29730. The Arts Council is a non-profit organization committed to creating and supporting a thriving arts community in York County, South Carolina. The Dalton Gallery, a professional gallery appropriated for the exhibition of experienced artists and community projects, is located at the Center for the Arts. The Dalton Gallery is an 1,800-square-foot space, illuminated by adjustable track lighting.

Each year the Arts Council presents six to eight exhibits. Artists wishing to be considered for one of the Arts Council’s 2019 gallery exhibitions, please submit the following to Mike Gentry, Gallery Manager, by 5pm on Friday, Apr. 6, 2018:

” Written proposal for exhibition and/or artist statement
” Artist resume
” 10 hi-res images, submitted on CD or DVD (Mac or PC formatted discs, please)
” Inventory lists with titles, sizes, and mediums
” $20 application fee

Artists may submit work as a group or individually. The Arts Council’s Gallery Committee will consider all submissions and notification of acceptance will be provided via e-mail. Submission packets will not be returned. Only complete proposals that adhere to the Arts Council’s submission guidelines will be considered. Works that sell while on exhibit at the Center for the Arts are subject to a 40% commission fee by the Arts Council of York County.

SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Mail To:
Arts Council of York County
ATTN: Mike Gentry, Gallery Manager
PO Box 2797
Rock Hill, SC 29732

Deliver To:
Center for the Arts
Mike Gentry, Gallery Manager
121 E. Main St.
Rock Hill, SC 29730

Email To: (mgentry@yorkcountyarts.org)

The Arts Council is headquartered in downtown Rock Hill, a state-recognized cultural district.

For more information on Arts Council events, contact the Arts Council of York County at 803/328-2787, by e-mail at (arts@yorkcountyarts.org), or visit (http://www.yorkcountyarts.org).

Native American Archive Studies Center in Lancaster, SC, Rolls Out New Digital Archive

January 31, 2018

The Native American Studies Archive at USC Lancaster in Lancaster, SC, announces the launch of the Native American South Carolina Archive (NASCA), a comprehensive digital archive for tribal histories, photos, correspondence, oral histories, and more. A collaboration between the Archive, the USC University Libraries Digital Collections, and the USC Institute for Southern Studies, NASCA is funded by an ASPIRE grant from the USC Office of the Vice President for Research.

Launching Tuesday, Jan. 16, NASCA will provide resources for studying Native American culture and will highlight the important role Native South Carolinians have played in our state’s history and prehistory.


Edisto Assistant Chief Frank Pye and his granddaughter at a Chicora powwow in Horry County. Photo by Gene Crediford.

The site focuses on three eras in our state’s history: Prehistoric South Carolina, Reconstruction-era to late 19th Century South Carolina, and late 20th Century to early 21st Century South Carolina.

Including information from these eras, the site contains digitized letters dating back to 1759 from the SC Department of Archives and History’s Governor’s Correspondence File, several hours of transcribed interviews from various tribal leaders and elders, an interactive map highlighting Native and archaeological points of interest around the state, a timeline of events from the Ice Age 19,000 years ago to events of recent years, and around 167 color and black and white images from photographer and USC Professor Gene Crediford.

NASCA also features histories and banners of the state’s 14 recognized tribes and tribal groups, plus five original short films about Prehistoric South Carolina, with a sixth short video tour of the Native American Studies Center and its location in historic downtown Lancaster’s Cultural Arts District.


In this image by photographer Gene Crediford, an unidentified pair of hands holds a ball of clay.

“There has never been anything like this before in South Carolina,” said Brent Burgin, the Center’s Director of Archives. “We have over 40,000 people in South Carolina who have claimed Native descent since our last Census. Native Americans often have been called an invisible people in this state; it’s very much an underserved community.”

Dr. Matt Simmons, Digital US South Project Coordinator at USC’s Institute for Southern Studies, worked closely with Burgin on digitizing the Center’s Archives, vetting and hiring computer programmers and web designers, and helping faculty members produce digital projects. In addition to providing new resources, Simmons says he hopes the archive also will fill in the gaps of our state’s history and provide context about South Carolina’s Native population.

“More than anything, it’s creating a resource for the people of South Carolina, for K-12 students, but also for the public in general coming to an understanding of Native people: who they are, that they’re still here, and really come to an understanding to get past silly and wrong thinking that they all disappeared after the Yamasee War.”

To access the Native American South Carolina Archive, visit (www.nativesouthcarolina.org). For more information about the Native American Studies Center, call 803/313-7172.

USC School of Visual Art and Design in Columbia, SC, Calls for Submission for the 63rd Annual Art Auction – Deadline Feb. 9, 2018

January 28, 2018


Numerous works of art including: sculpture, printmaking, photography, drawing, painting and ceramics – made by faculty, current students and alumni of the USC School of Visual Art and Design, in Columbia, SC, as well as local artists will go to the highest bidders on Mar. 28, 2018, from 6pm until 9pm in the McMaster Gallery at the 63rd Annual USC Art Auction.

CALENDAR

February 7th – 9th ………………………..Works Delivered to room MM 229………………………………………9:00am–4:30pm

February 13th ………………………………Acceptance Posted on the door of room MM 229……….…..………..by 5:00pm

February 13th – 14th ………………………Pick up Declined work from room MM 229…………..…….…… 9:00am-4:30pm

March 28th ………………………………….All works on view at McMaster Gallery……………………………… 1:00pm – 6:00pm

March 28th ………………………………….Reception & Auction at McMaster Gallery……………………….. 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

March 29th ………………………………….Pick up unsold work in room MM 229………………………………….9:00am–4:30pm

Entrants may submit a maximum of two works. All three labels must be attached individually to the back of the work. Entry forms will be available in the main office, outside office 221, and in room MM 229 during the submission dates. If picking up entry forms in person is not possible, please email Kara Gunter at (gunterkm@mailbox.sc.edu).

ELIGIBILITY

All students, faculty, and alumni from the USC School of Visual Art and Design and local artists are eligible and may submit up to TWO works. Painting, prints, and drawings must be dry, appropriately framed or matted with finished edges. Works will be juried prior to the auction. No works that require maintenance, are biodegradable, include loose soil/grit, and/or wider than 6’ or exceed 75 pounds will be accepted.

There will be no more than 60 total works included this year’s auction.

A portion of the works will be presented in the live auction and some will be reserved for silent auction bidding. The School of Visual Art and Design will retain 40% of the sale price. Proceeds from the auctioned works are divided between the artists and the USC Art Scholarship and Gallery Fund.

Work is due in Room MM 229 (1615 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29208) by 4:30pm on Feb. 9th, 2018.

PLEASE PRINT – Maximum 2 entries. Fill out TWO forms (A, B, C) for each work and attach separately to back with tape. The gallery will handle all items for exhibition with extreme care during the loan period but cannot be responsible for works that are inordinately fragile or inherently subject to damage. Submission of any entry constitutes an agreement with all conditions set forth in the prospectus.

ART AUCTION EVENT

Preview of accepted works will be open for public viewing from 1-6pm on Mar. 28, 2018. The Preview Party will begin at 6pm and the live auction will start at 6:30pm. The works will be auctioned by both live and silent auction.

For more information, please contact Kara Gunter, McMaster Gallery Director at 803/777-5752 or e-mail (gunterkm@mailbox.sc.edu).