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Museum and Gallery in Greenville, SC, Hosts Annual Appraisal Event and Participates in Smithsonian’s Museum Day Live! – Sept. 26, 2015

September 13, 2015


Any fans of the “Antique Road Show” will enjoy getting a taste of local and live antique appraisals at the Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery’s 16th annual Collectible or Curiosity? event on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, from 9am to 5pm. From now up through the event day, those interested in receiving a verbal appraisal on their antiques can register up to three items.

“We have had some interesting items come through over the years,” said Amy Basinger, events & marketing coordinator for M&G. “You never know what you are going to see; we have had everything from a Tiffany fork that had belonged to a Titanic survivor to a set of dueling pistols from the War of 1812.”


Appraisals are available for general antiques, fine art, pottery, china, porcelain, silver, jewelry and books. Stations with regional experts will be set up throughout the M&G galleries according to appraisal specialty.

— Dawn Corley, “The Charleston Silver Lady”: silver, jewelry, porcelain and china
—Stan Shelley, owner of Shelley’s Jewelry and Auction Gallery: books and general antiques
—Joette Humphrey, auction manager at Shelley’s Auction Gallery.: general antiques
—Laura Crocket, fine arts specialist at Brunk Auctions in Asheville, NC: fine art

In addition to their appraisal, registered guests receive free admission to explore the 30 galleries of European Old Master paintings housed at M&G. Those who make their appointment before Sept. 23 receive a discount off the regular price of $18 per item.

To schedule an appraisal appointment, visit ( or call 864/770-1331.

Also on Saturday, Sept. 26, M&G will be participating in Smithsonian magazine’s national Museum Day Live! Guests with a Museum Day Live! ticket receive free admission for up to two people per household to enjoy one of the largest and most interesting collections of European Old Master paintings in the country! Museum Day Live! tickets can be obtained by visiting (

Historic Columbia, SC, Celebrates with the 37th Annual Jubilee: Festival of Heritage – Sept. 19, 2015

September 13, 2015

Celebrating the rich cultural heritage and entrepreneurial spirit of African Americans in Columbia, SC, the 37th annual Jubilee: Festival of Heritage takes place on the grounds of Historic Columbia’s Mann-Simons Site & Outdoor Museum at 1403 Richland Street on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015, from 11am to 6pm. The family friendly event is free and open to the public.

For 37 years, families and friends have come from across the state to celebrate African American heritage and the legacies of the Mann-Simon’s family at Jubilee. When the festival started in 1978, it was a small community celebration of African American heritage and history. Over the years, Jubilee has grown into a can’t-miss event that draws attendees from all over the state and region.

Culminating over 15 years of research and investigation that has resulted in an enormous wealth of new information, artifacts and stories, the Mann-Simon Site and outdoor museum is being reinterpreted and renovated. Historic Columbia invites the public to learn the latest discoveries and participate in the redesign of the museum and choose how they want to learn these stories. Take a sneak peek walkthrough of Mann-Simons Site renovations and outdoor museum and be a part of the discussion!

This year’s festival features a variety of activities including live African drumming, R&B, jazz, and gospel musical entertainment, tours of the historic Modjeska Simkins House, an opportunity to see community histories presented by Columbia Housing Authority residents, hands-on demonstrations from some of the region’s most skilled artists and craftsmen, vendors with African-influenced and traditional merchandise, live musical entertainment and many other activities throughout the day.

The Reggie Sullivan Band
DJ Prince Ice
Jubilee Choirs
Spiritual Expressions of Praise
GC Capital Steppers of Columbia
Studio C Zumba Dance Fitness
Larry “Lak” Henderson, The Hip Hop Educator
Benedict College Concert Choir

Kitty Wilson-Evans, storyteller
Tariq Mix, live visual artist
Arianne King-Comer, batik artist
Mary Graham-Grant, sweetgrass basket weaver
Jared Canty, Catawba bead artist
And more!

Become a Friend of Jubilee! Individuals can support the Jubilee festival for as little as $50. Click here to make your donation today!

Jubilee: Festival of Heritage is sponsored by NBSC, Providence Hospitals, Publix Super Markets Charities, The Columbia Chapter of Links, Inc., State Farm Insurance, AARP South Carolina, McDonald’s of Columbia, Elam Financial, Johnson, Toal & Battiste, P. A., Palmer Memorial Chapel, South State Bank, The Big DM. Hot 103.9, Carolina Panorama, and Party Reflections.

In November 1961, a small group of individuals intent on saving the Ainsley Hall House from demolition officially incorporated as the Historic Columbia Foundation. Over the next five decades the organization, which was founded on the premise of preservation and education, would take on the stewardship of seven historic properties in Richland County. Today, the organization serves as a model for local preservation efforts and interpretation of local history. Visit ( or find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube for more details.

For more information on the 37th annual Jubilee: Festival of Heritage, please visit ( or call 803/252-1770 ext. 23.

Fabulon, A Center for Art and Education in Charleston, SC is Calling for Entries for “Not Your Typical Love Story” – Deadline Jan. 4, 2016

September 13, 2015

Fabulon, A Center for Art and Education, located at 1017 Wappoo Road, West Ashley, Charleston, SC, 29407, is calling for entries for “Not Your Typical Love Story”, which will be on view Feb. 1 – Mar. 4, 2016.

The show will be an exhibit and sale of paintings and sculpture that illustrate a different kind of love story. Work should depict an experience when you felt connected or disconnected.

Entry Guideline and Fee:
Through the form on the website, interested artists should provide 3-5 representative examples of their work, an artist statement, and a $25 non-refundable fee. Please register on line at (

Deadline for submission is Jan. 4, 2016.

Accepted artists will be part of a group show. They will display up to 5 pieces. The work will be on display and for sale for the month of February. Artists not accepted for this show will be notified with a brief commentary as to why their work was not chosen. All entries will be saved for future consideration.

DATES: Deadline for submission is 1/4. Artists to be notified by 1/8. Work to be delivered by 1/20 and picked up by March  5, 2016.

There will be a brief meeting for artists at the gallery upon acceptance 1/20.

There will be an Opening Reception with refreshments 2/12 from 5pm until 9pm.

For further information call 843/566-3383, e-mail at ( or visit (

Hub City Empty Bowls to Feed the Public and the Needy in Spartanburg, SC, During Soup Day – Sept. 26, 2015

September 13, 2015

Hub City Empty Bowls’s 7th annual Soup Day will be Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, from 11am-4pm, at Chapman Cultural Center, in Spartanburg, SC, with a goal to feed both the socially responsible public and the community’s most needy citizens.

On Soup Day, more than 1,500 handmade pottery bowls will be available for purchase-donations of $15 each. Participants will then enjoy unlimited gourmet soup provided by more than 20 local restaurants. In addition, the event will feature continuous live music, a silent auction, and drum circles through out the day. The money raised will be given to TOTAL Ministries, a faith-based non-profit agency that provides assistance to Spartanburg’s most needy citizens. Last year, Hub City Empty Bowls, which is spearheaded by Carolina Clay Artists, gave a record-breaking $22,500 to TOTAL Ministries.

“This is one of Spartanburg’s most respected and enjoyable fundraisers,” Nancy Williamson, Empty Bowls’s chairwoman said. “It touches people in so many personal ways. It appeals to the creative community because of the pottery bowl-making. It appeals to shoppers who want unique handmade pottery for a great price. It appeals to foodies, who want all-you-can-eat gourmet soup. And it appeals to the socially responsible citizens who see this as a grassroots way to help make the world a better place. Plus it is a lot of fun on every level. What better way to spend a Saturday than coming together for a good cause, hearing great music, eating the best soups to be found in the city, banging on a drum, and taking home a few pottery bowls? The fellowship is amazing.”

For the past three months, Carolina Clay Artists led public bowl-making sessions in Spartanburg Art Museum’s Art School and at West Main Artists Co-op. These have been free events, where anyone could make pottery bowls for Soup Day. The clay and professional instruction were free. Those bowls were then glazed and fired.

Come Saturday, Sept. 26, more than 1,500 colorful bowls of all shapes and sizes will be laid out in the lobby of Chapman Cultural Center’s theater. “When we open the doors, there is a bit of mad rush by some people to get first dibs,” Williamson said. “It all depends on what you are looking for. If you want primitive child-like bowls, we have them. If you want professional bowls, we have them. And we have everything in between, and some people get stacks of them for Christmas presents. It is an impressive sight to see all of the bowls laid out on as many tables as we can cram into the lobby.”

After you get your bowls, you are invited to eat all of the soup you want, provided by restaurants stationed around the room. “You are discouraged from eating out of the pottery bowls,” Williamson said. “They are clean but just not clean enough to eat out of until you take them home and wash them. We’ll have plenty of paper bowls to eat out of.” Also provided will be bread, tea, and water.

Throughout the day, various local musicians will provide continuous live music. There will also be a silent auction of donated items, many of which are pottery. Everyone is invited to participate in the drum circle.

“It is just a fun day,” Williamson said.

“It is a very important day for the community’s needy,” Traci Kennedy, Executive Director of TOTAL Ministries, said. “When someone gives us $20,000, we know we can feed a lot people who need it. In Spartanburg County about 43,000 people each day are in danger of going hungry, many of whom are children and elderly. With the money that Hub City Empty Bowls raised last year, we fed nearly 10,000 people. That’s a pretty good dent in the problem. We cannot thank Hub City Empty Bowls enough.”

This year’s sponsors are Chris Williams, Carolina Clay Artists, Chapman Cultural Center, West Main Artists Co-op, Spartanburg Art Museum, Action Printing, and Wheresville Productions.

The musicians will be Daniel Z, Fayssoux McLean and David Ezell, 2 Daves, mark Miller, Frank Walker, and drum circles led by Melisa Emkjer.

The restaurants and food providers will be Willy Taco, Fatz, Sun King, Cribbs Kitchen, Cribbs Catering, Gerhards, Farmer’s Table, Sparks Fire Inspired Grill, II Samuels, Palmetto Palate, Lime Leaf, Moveable Feasts, Renato’s, Basil’s, McClellan’s Urban Eatery, Andre Nguyen, Garner’s, NuWay, Wild Aces, Mon Amie, Southern BBQ, Episcopal Church of the Advent Young Adults, The Beacon, Cakehead Bakery, Little River Roasting Co., Long Horn’s, Chick-fil-A, and Wade’s.

This program is supported in part by The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, its donors, the County and City of Spartanburg and the South Carolina Arts Commission that receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina.

For more information, please contact Nancy Williamson at 864/621-2768 or visit (

SC State Museum in Columbia, SC, Hosts Annual Fall Festival and Pickin’ Party – Sept. 19. 2015

September 13, 2015


The South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, SC, is kicking off the fall season with its annual Fall Festival and Pickin’ Party from 10am-5pm, on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015. The festival presents a mixture of opportunities for guests to enjoy South Carolina barbecue and food, craft beer, live bluegrass music, artist demonstrations, an exhibition opening and more outside and inside the museum.

The festival will feature a variety of barbecue made by award-winning South Carolina pit masters cooked onsite at the event, including mustard-based sauce by Jim Hayes of West Columbia, light tomato sauce by Buddy Rogers of Marion, and vinegar and pepper sauce by David Elliott of Hemingway. In addition, there will be chicken bog, hash and rice, and a special kid-friendly menu. Local craft beer will also be available for guests.

“Each year we continue to grow and expand this annual event,” said chief curator of collections Paul Matheny.  “In addition to great barbeque, we’ve added more food options, a larger selection of bluegrass bands, including inviting Willie Wells to recreate Bill’s Pickin’ Parlor at the museum for the day, and several artists who will be demonstrating their craft.  It will be a great opportunity to experience some of the reasons why South Carolina is incredibly unique – from foodways to music to art.”

Throughout the day, there will be live music from a variety of bluegrass bands performing on multiple stages, including Flatland Express, Palmetto Blue, Roadkill, The Carolina Rebels, The Mustache Brothers, The Sweet Potato Pie Kids of the Young Appalachian Musicians, and Willie Wells and The Blue Ridge Mountain Grass. Guests will also enjoy a re-creation of Bill’s Pickin’ Parlor, which was originally created by Bill Wells as a public gathering place for people to play country and bluegrass music. The parlor is still open in West Columbia and is operated by Bill’s son, Willie Wells. Willie will be heading up the re-creation of the Pickin’ Parlor at Fall Festival, which will include several bluegrass musicians picking and singing for guests to watch and enjoy.

A number of accomplished artists and craftspeople from across the state, including several from the Carolina Makers art exhibitions, will be demonstrating and discussing their techniques, including Tom Boozer (wooden decoys), Jack Bouknight (handmade guitars), Jocelyn Chateauvert (handmade paper sculpture), Kaminer Haislip (silver and  copper objects and silver jewelry), Heyward Haltiwanger (blacksmithing), Leigh Magar (textiles), Jennifaye Singleton (sweet grass baskets), Geraldine Smith (memory painting), Herman Thompson (metal art), Jaryd Walley (furniture) and Joseph Thompson Woodworks (furniture and jewelry).

Guests can explore the new changing exhibition, “Time and Place: The Artwork of James Fowler Cooper”, opening the same day as the event. The exhibition features original etchings and prints by South Carolina self-taught printmaker James Fowler Cooper, which tell the story of the Lowcountry through the artist’s eyes and experiences. The exhibition will be composed of more than 40 prints and plates donated by Fowler’s family to the museum – some of which will be seen by the public for the first time.

The museum will conduct a “Bed Turning,” presenting quilts as they were meant to be seen – on a bed. Textile historian and restorer Maree Dowdey and State Museum curator of history JoAnn Zeise will peel back several quilts from the State Museum’s collection, revealing their history, pattern, significance and backing.

There will be a children’s tent with a variety of activities and hands-on crafts. Fall Festival and Pickin’ Party will take place in front of the museum, as well in the lobby and in areas throughout the museum. Guests are welcome to bring their own chair or blanket to enjoy some of the bands playing outside.

All Fall Festival and Pickin’ Party activities are included with museum general admission or membership, except for food, beverages and art purchases.

As the state’s largest and most comprehensive museum, the South Carolina State Museum, offers a unique, entertaining and educational experience to visitors throughout its 225,000 square foot facility located in the heart of downtown Columbia’s Congaree Vista. The State Museum is housed in one of its largest artifacts, an 1894 former textile mill listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places. In addition to beautiful meeting spaces throughout the facility, guests can explore outer space in one of the largest planetariums in the Southeast, watch an interactive 4D movie and look through a vintage telescope in a one-of-a-kind observatory. These exciting opportunities are all in addition to the four floors of South Carolina art, cultural history, natural history and science/technology.

Visit ( for more information about the event.​

City of North Charleston, SC, is Accepting Applications for Exhibitions at North Charleston City Gallery, City Hall, and other City sites – Deadline Nov. 30, 2015

September 11, 2015

The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department offers exhibition opportunities for serious visual artists, photographers, fine craft artisans, sculptors, and installation artists. Applications are now being accepted from individuals and groups to display original works at the North Charleston City Gallery, North Charleston City Hall, and other public sites for the July 2016 through June 2017 program calendar. There is no fee to apply. Selections are made by a review panel appointed by the department. Artists must apply online at ( by Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in order to be considered.

View of the North Charleston City Gallery

The North Charleston City Gallery, located in the common areas of the Charleston Area Convention Center Complex, offers great exposure for artists seeking to reach thousands of local patrons and out-of-state visitors to the multi-use facility.  Exhibits are rotated on a monthly basis and may feature two or more artists concurrently. This exhibition opportunity is open to visual artists and artist groups creating two-dimensional works or three-dimensional works suited to hang on display rods provided. Pedestal and freestanding pieces cannot be accommodated in the venue. Exhibits are open to the public daily and admission is free. The gallery desk is managed by a Cultural Arts staff member on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for the express purpose of promoting the exhibit and sale of artwork, prints, note cards, and gift items.

As a civic venue, North Charleston City Hall allows for great visibility among residents and visitors. In addition to showcasing the City’s Public Art Collection along the atrium areas of three floors, the building is equipped to display two-dimensional works as well as pedestal or free standing pieces in an enclave on the second floor. Exhibits in this space are rotated on a monthly or bi-monthly basis and may be viewed by the public daily with no admission fee. Cultural Arts staff maintains offices on the same floor of the exhibit space and are available to assist visitors.

In addition to the City Gallery and City Hall, other indoor and outdoor display spaces are available throughout North Charleston.  Applicants can propose a location or may contact the Cultural Arts Department to discuss possible exhibition or installation sites. Options will be reviewed with the artist prior to distribution of acceptance notifications.

For additional information about these and other exhibition opportunities or to learn more about programs and services offered by the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department, visit the Arts & Culture section of the City’s website at (, e-mail to (, or call 843/740-5854.

Florence Regional Arts Alliance in Florence, SC, Calls for Entries From NC and SC Artists for “Small Works 2015” – Deadline Oct. 9, 2015

September 11, 2015


Entering its second year, “Small Works 2015″ is a juried visual arts competition featuring a compilation of 40 small pieces selected from a wide range of media and artists. The show aims to provide a place for the emerging artist to place alongside the professional artist. In a small works competition, finished pieces may be no larger than 12” x 12” including the frame. The size constraints provide an exhibit that is more intimate in nature and also a venue for a young art collector to begin acquiring smaller more affordable pieces.

All artists 18 and older living in South or North Carolina may submit work for this show. Entries are submitted online at ( Only original work, not previously shown with the Florence Regional Arts Alliance or with the Greater Lake City Artist Guild within the last two years are eligible. These 2-D works may be in any medium including photography. Artists may submit up to four entries at $15 per entry. Three cash prizes will be awarded: First Place $500, Second Place $250, Third Pace $100 and Honorable Mention.

The competition will be juried by Edward Puchner. He is Curator of Exhibitions for the McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC. A dedicated scholar and arts advocate, prior to joining the staff at USC, Puchner worked at a variety of museums, galleries and cultural non-profits, including the National Gallery of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Indiana University Art Museum and the Clark Art Institute, earning a doctorate in Art History from Indiana University in 2012. He also served as gallery manager at Luise Ross Gallery, a significant New York gallery of modern and contemporary art. Puchner has published articles and reviews for “Raw Vision” magazine and his article “‘Winning the Peace’ over Mr. Prejudice: Horace Pippin, the Social Gospel, and the Double V” was recently published in connection with the exhibition, “Horace Pippin: The Way I See It” at the Brandywine River Museum of Art.

Last year, the competition was hosted in the Art Trail Gallery and winners included Paolo Gualdi (first), Allison Triplett (second), Doug Gary (third) and Colleen Critcher (honorable mention). This year the exhibition will be hosted by the Greater Lake City Artist Guild within the Art Fields® Office at 110 East Main Street in Lake City, SC, from Nov. 3 – 28, 2015. This year, prizes will be awarded at a reception on Nov. 3, from 5:30-7:30pm.

The deadline for entries is Oct. 9, 2015, by 6pm.

The show and competition is underwritten in its entirety by a generous  gift from International Knife and Saw, Inc. International Knife and Saw (IKS) is a manufacturer of high quality industrial machine knives and accessories. Their continued investment in the Arts encourages and supports the quality of life and economic growth within Florence County.

The Florence Regional Arts Alliance is pleased to see the competition traveling throughout the county it aims to serve.

For more information or to enter please visit ( or call the Arts Alliance at 843/407-3092.

Winthrop University Professor of Fine Arts Jim Connell feels honored to be “an outsider” at Mint Museum’s Potters Market Invitational in Charlotte, NC – Sept. 12, 2015

September 9, 2015

The first artist “outside” of North Carolina to be invited to participate in the annual Mint Museum Potters Market Invitational in Charlotte, NC, that is.

A major attraction for the Charlotte area, the Mint Museum will welcome more than 1,000 people at this year’s invitational, set for Sept. 12, 2015, from 10am-4pm at the Randolph location. The event will feature the work of Connell and 50 North Carolina potters as well as pottery demonstrations, food, live music and more. Tickets are $10 and include museum admission. Kids 12 and younger are free.

Work by Jim Connell

Though the invitational has featured only North Carolina potters for the last decade, organizers decided to expand and invite Connell to participate.

“It is indeed an honor to be picked,” he said. “I go to the invitational most every year and many of the participants are friends and colleagues I have known for years. It’s always fun to see what they are up to and of course to reconnect.

“We potters are a close and supporting group of people. I never thought I would be invited as this was started to just feature NC potters. This year they’ll get to see my work. It’s all about respect.”

Connell has worked in the ceramics medium for more than 30 years. His work has appeared in more than 500 exhibitions, with 15 of his pieces later acquisitioned for museums. In 2004, he traveled to China to study ceramics on an International Residence Award through the National Council on the Education for the Ceramic Arts.

He joined Winthrop’s faculty in 1987.

Presented by the Delhom Service League, a ceramics affiliate of The Mint Museum, the invitational helps fulfill the Delhom’s mission “to promote ceramic arts and education.” It’s raised more than $200,000 since it began in 2004.

To purchase tickets online and for more information, visit (

The September 2015 Issue of “Carolina Arts” is Now Ready to Download

September 1, 2015


The September 2015 issue of Carolina Arts is up on our website at ( – all 77 pages of it. That 16 more than last month – Summer is coming to an end and it’s back to business for some.

For single page format use this link (

For side by side page format use this link (

So download that PDF and dig in – it makes for good reading and shows that you have lots of opportunities to enjoy the visual arts in the Carolinas this month. And, don’t forget to find a way to thank our advertisers – they make the paper possible.

And help us spread the paper around by sending these links to your friends.

If you want to get something in the October 2015 issue – send it now or as soon as you can. Don’t wait till the September 24 deadline. But, you do know that you don’t have to wait until the deadline comes up to send us stuff – you can be early. Some folks are already several months ahead of the deadline when their press release would be due.

Thanks – Tom and Linda Starland
Carolina Arts

City of North Charleston, SC, Appoints New Artist-in-Residence – Daryle Halbert

August 31, 2015

The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department in North Charleston, SC,  is proud to announce the appointment of painter Daryle Halbert as Artist-in-Residence (AIR) for 2015/16. The City’s AIR serves as a key resource for the department’s outreach programs, especially in the area of art instruction. The selected artist shares his/her unique skills, talents, and experiences by providing services to senior groups, public schools, group homes, and various other groups within the city limits of North Charleston. Halbert will be available for visual art residencies of 12-15 hours at a minimum of two hour increments at North Charleston schools and is also available to host workshops for community groups of all ages.

Work by Daryle Halbert

Halbert was born and raised in Detroit, MI, and received his BFA there from The Center for Creative Studies in 1990. He went on to earn an MFA at Howard University in Washington, DC, in 1996, creating many public murals during his studies. Following a four-year career as a graphic designer for Tower Records and Video in Washington, DC, Halbert relocated to Philadelphia, PA, where he became an active member of the arts community through exhibiting his work in local galleries and teaching art at the Renaissance Advantage Charter School. In 2002, he completed an AIR program at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnston, VT, and later, in 2009, completed the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program. Halbert moved to Charleston, SC, in 2011 and is currently a member of the Charleston Artists Guild.

Since moving to Charleston, Halbert has become very interested in the rich African American history and culture of the South Carolina and Georgia Lowcountry. His most recent paintings depict scenes of Lowcountry cuisine, agriculture, music, and folklore. He views his work as a means to educate and inform and is passionate about inspiring others to develop their artistic talents.

The North Charleston City Gallery will host an exhibition of Halbert’s work throughout January 2016. The gallery is located within the Charleston Area Convention Center at 5001 Coliseum Drive in North Charleston. School liaisons, arts teachers, and the general public are invited to meet the artist at a free gallery reception on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016 from 5-7pm.

Art teachers and school liaisons may initiate the request for FREE services by the AIR by contacting the North Charleston Cultural Arts Department at 843/740-5851. Community groups are also welcome to submit requests, which will be considered on a first come first served basis. All project requests should be placed at least two weeks in advance, with residences completed by the end of May 2016.

More information about the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department’s AIR program, as well as the department’s other programs, exhibits, and events, can be found on the Arts & Culture section of the City’s website at (


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