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1Spark Festival of Entrepreneurship and the Arts to Ignite Creativity and Innovation Takes Place in Spartanburg, SC – Sept. 6, 2014

August 27, 2014

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Spartanburg, SC, is a place of ideas, shining bright with creative and entrepreneurial spirit. On Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, from 11am-5pm, the public is invited to participate in a free outdoor festival that will celebrate these two powerful forces that make the moniker “Sparkle City” ever so true.

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1Spark, a festival where creativity and innovation collide, will feature Spartanburg’s “makers” — visual artists, performers, entrepreneurs, inventors, and more — with entertainment and demonstrations, as well as local food and drinks. The event will take place between the campuses of Chapman Cultural Center and “The George” — home of the George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics at USC Upstate — an almost literal collision of creativity and innovation.

“Spartanburg is already known throughout the region as a vibrant arts community, and nationwide as a pro-business community,” Jennifer Evins, President/CEO of Chapman Cultural Center, said. “What better way to celebrate two of our most valuable assets than to combine them into a single concept and event?”

Artists, entrepreneurs, and inventors will have booths in the Chapman Cultural Center parking lot and along North Liberty Street to showcase their crafts and concepts. Inventors, start-up businesses, and budding entrepreneurs will be set up alongside painters, woodworkers, bakers, photographers, potters, and other visual artists whose works are locally handmade.

“In business, creativity is necessary to survive and thrive,” Dr. Frank Rudisill, Dean of The Johnson College of Business and Economics, said. “The ability to use resources in creative ways is what propels many companies to be forerunners in innovation. 1Spark is a wonderful way to ignite collaboration and generate new ideas in Spartanburg.”

Several vendors have already signed on to be present: master kitemaker Chuck Holmes, Orijin Tea, CORE Health Centers, Freda Lark Photography, Harmonic Jewel metalsmithing jeweler, ahoyDOC Inc., and novelist Andrew F. Rickis. Others are signing up daily to join in the festivities.

“Our goals are to celebrate all things entrepreneurial and creative about Spartanburg… to ignite new creativity and innovation by connecting people and ideas… to create the kind of city that we want by providing a festival for people to share ideas,” Evins said. “It will be a dynamic setting in the heart of our city.”

While at the festival, attendees will enjoy hearing musicians perform on stage of the amphitheatre at The George, watching entrepreneurs give demos, seeing artisans showcase their artistic process, and engaging in creativity challenges. Attendees will also vote for their favorite artist, entrepreneur, and inventor.

Jeff Boeh, Campus Manager of The Iron Yard, the downtown business accelerator, emphasizes the importance of exposure to local start-up businesses. “Our hope is that the public will walk away from 1Spark with a newly ignited interest in and appreciation of the creativity and innovation involved in starting a business in Spartanburg. To that goal, several entrepreneurs and start-ups will have the opportunity to demonstrate their ideas, plans, and — ultimately — their products and services.”

Attendees to the festival will be able to use the businesses’ demos as inspiration in creativity challenges. Presented with real-world problems, several festival goers will be asked to generate solutions using provided materials. The activity will not only give citizens a renewed appreciation of entrepreneurship, but generate ideas on how to improve the community at-large.

Spartanburg Art Museum (SAM) will help patrons generate ideas on how to improve the community as well with a public art project. Drawing inspiration from modern installation artist Candy Chang, SAM will facilitate a simple, fun, and interactive experience titled “More of What?” The activity offers individuals of all ages an opportunity to reflect and share ideas about how to nurture a stronger, more creative community in Spartanburg.

“As cultural stewards, we have a responsibility to address the needs of our community,” Elizabeth Goddard, Executive Director of SAM, said. “Businesses do the same; they address need. And as a whole, Spartanburg can achieve that by putting our ideas together.”

Growler Haus, a recently established craft beer business and bar downtown, will be on tap to provide a biergarten (or “beer garden”)–an open area for adults to enjoy local brews.

Florida-based chalk artists and entrepreneurs will also be present. Shane Mesmer of Eye Candy Grafix in West Palm Beach will be joined by artists David Lepore, Hector Diaz, and Lee Mobley in conducting a unique work of chalk art on Chapman Cultural Center’s campus. The four-person project will span two days, beginning early Friday morning and coming to completion during the span of the festival. Lepore specializes in black and white; Diaz is a 3D chalk expert; and Mobley is a “chalker” who operates 337 Designs, a custom artwork and design company.

Other visual and performing arts will entertain audiences throughout the festival as well. Musicians include Anna V, Neil Lee Griffin, Jeremy Willis, Sean Gaskell, Daniel Z, Nick Evangelista, Rohn Jewell, Barleycove, Paul Bowman, and Mark Miller. Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra will feature a cellist at 11:30am, and professional dancers from Ballet Spartanburg will take the stage at 1:30pm. To complement the creativity and innovation, local food trucks will be located between Chapman Cultural Center and The George to provide great local cuisine.

“We’re about entrepreneurship. We’re about art. We’re about education. We’re about ideas,” Evins said. “1Spark will be a great way to encourage innovation and creativity by bringing the arts and businesses together.”

Major partners in the festival include Chapman Cultural Center, USC Upstate’s George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics, The Iron Yard, Growler Haus, and Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, please call 864/542-2787.

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

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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 (jPickens@SpartanArts.org).

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.

Public Meetings to Identify Cultural Resources and Creative People in Spartanburg County, SC

July 9, 2014

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Chapman Cultural Center is leading a county wide effort called “Culture Counts” to identify and map all cultural resources, creative industries, and creative people living and working in Spartanburg County, SC. A comprehensive identification of the communities’ cultural resources is the first step in any planning process. Public meetings will be held in several communities in the County in July, August, and September to gather data from citizens on what cultural resources exist.

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The public is invited to attend meetings in their communities held on Tuesday, July 15, 2014, at Timken Community Center in Cowpens; Thursday, July 17, 2014, at Woodruff City Hall; Thursday, July 31, 2014, at Campobello Gramling Elementary School; Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, at James F. Byrnes Fine Arts Center in District 5; Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, at Upstate Family Resource Center in Boiling Springs; and Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 at Chapman Cultural Center in downtown Spartanburg, SC.

There will be two meetings each day, one at 11am and the other at 6:30pm. Both will last one hour. Scheduled activities will encourage collaboration and allow attendees to network.

The public meetings will provide an in-depth description of the project, allow citizens to discuss what resources exist, and engage participants in a creative activity. Refreshments will also be served.

Counting cultural resources will allow Spartanburg County to build community, use culture as an economic driver, identify public resources, and prepare for cultural planning. What makes Chapman Cultural Center’s “Culture Counts” project unique is that it includes a census-like count of creative people in addition to facilities, organizations, and businesses in the arts, culture, and creativity. This census will help engage talented people throughout Spartanburg County.

Those who cannot attend may visit Chapman Cultural Center for a physical survey or complete the survey online at (www.goo.gl/DNjryL).

“Every community in Spartanburg County has its own rich cultural heritage,” Jennifer Evins, President and CEO of Chapman Cultural Center, said. “By meeting with citizens throughout the County, we hope to identify previously unknown resources, people, and activities. We want those communities to know that everyone’s culture counts, and that Spartanburg has a lot to offer.”

The process will also use federal standards to map the locations of all non-profit and for-profit arts-related businesses. Spartanburg County has not completed a cultural inventory or census of creative people since 1993 during the last cultural plan.

Successful communities in the United States and abroad have used their creative and cultural resources to their economic benefit. Once Spartanburg’s data has been collected, it will be used to grow economy, increase tourism and hospitality revenues, and celebrate “quality of place.”

“Everyone’s voice counts,” Evins said. “Together, we can identify what we have and work together to use our cultural resources and engage our creative people to the betterment of Spartanburg and all of our citizens.”

Attendance at these public meetings is free. Citizens of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds are encouraged to participate.

Hub City Empty Bowls to Host Bowl-Making Event at Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC – July 19, 2014

July 9, 2014

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Hub City Empty Bowls, a charity that raises money to feed local needy citizens, invites the public to Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, Saturday, July 19, 2014, to help feed the hungry by making clay bowls. There will be two opportunities this day for all ages and experience levels to drop by and make bowls: 10am ­- noon and 1 – 3­pm.

These bowls will later be painted, glazed, and fired, and then used on Soup Day, which will take place Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, at Chapman. Soup Day is a day of food, music and charity, where the handmade bowls are filled with soup from local restaurants for a donation of $15. Patrons keep the bowls, as reminders of their participation in this charitable event. This year, the proceeds will benefit TOTAL Ministries, a charity assisting those in Spartanburg facing financial hardships.

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All bowl-making events are free. This is the sixth year that Hub City Empty Bowls has participated in this international drive to feed the hungry. Last year, 1,400 bowls were made and more than $20,000 was raised locally. This year’s sponsors are Chapman Cultural Center, West Main Artists Co-Op, Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg County Foundation, Action Printing, Carolina Clay Artists, and Chris Williams, owner of Clay-King.com.

For more info, call 864/621-2768 or visit (www.HubCityEmptyBowls.com).

Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg in Spartanburg, SC, Offers Works by Rick Rowland and John Ingle

July 7, 2014

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Local artists Rick Rowland and John Ingle will exhibit their combined works, “Corners & Falls”, in the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg Gallery at Chapman Cultural Center, from July 1-28, 2014. This is a free exhibit showcasing a series of paintings by both artists depicting local corners (such as well known local street corners) and waterfalls in the Upstate and western North Carolina.

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Work by Rick Rowland

The exhibit will be open to the public Monday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm; and on Sundays, 1 to 5pm. A free public reception will be on Thursday, July 17, 5 to 9pm., during the city’s monthly ArtWalk.

Rowland was born and reared in Greenville, SC, and moved to Spartanburg in 1990. Being from the Upstate, he has a deep appreciation of beautiful rivers and mountains, and loves hiking to waterfalls. His life has been spent learning about art and design. He attended the SC Governor’s School in 1983, and majored in Advertising and Design at the Museum School of Art in Greenville in the late ’80s. He spent 15 years working in computer graphics but currently is working full time on his art. As a young artist, Rowland lived within walking distance of Greenville Art Museum and was inspired by the collection of Andrew Wyeth paintings. Since then, he has strived to create realism in his own work. Also, Rowland was influenced by the imagination of surreal artists such as Salvador Dali and René Magritte. He has done several drawings of historical buildings in the Pacolet and Spartanburg areas. In addition, Rowland has painted waterfalls and nature scenes from all over Spartanburg and Greenville counties, as well as Oconee and Tryon, NC. He currently teaches watercolors and pencil drawing at Chapman Cultural Center, as well as private art lessons. He is also available for commissioned paintings and is open to any artistic possibility.

“Viewers will see a collection of realistic style water colors focusing on waterfalls and nature in the Upstate, several detailed pencil drawings showing a bit of the history of Pacolet and surrounding areas in Spartanburg County, as well as a collection of watercolor portraits,” Rowland said.

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Work by John Ingle

John Ingle’s art career started as a preschooler, when he used charcoal sticks and paper bags. From that point on, he was never without something to draw with. There were several influences that marked his progress. In high school, four teachers wrote recommendations and sent art samples to the Famous Artists’ School of Art. He finished his degree while in the US Navy. Old buildings, bridges, and homes fascinate him, however, recently, he has focused on painting portraits with pastels. “I have found that the pan pastels lend themselves to subtle blending. After using pastels for 14 years, I am now addicted to this medium,” he said. His work has been displayed and sold at various art shows, the Carolina Artist Mountain Guild in Hendersonville, NC, a summer-long exhibit at the Union County Museum in Union, SC, Cannon’s Elementary School, and as member of the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg at Chapman Cultural Center. He now exhibits at Carolina Foothills Artisan Center in Chesnee and in Landrum. Ingle is also the illustrator of his wife’s three books, “Courageous Kate”, “Fearless Martha” and “Brave Elizabeth”, three heroines of the South Carolina Revolution and designs book covers for publishers.

For more information, please call the Guild’s Executive Director Caitlin Boice at 864/764-9568 or visit the website (www.ArtistsGuildOfSpartanburg.com).

Spartanburg Soaring! Photography Contest Winners Announced in Spartanburg, SC

June 5, 2014

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The Spartanburg Soaring! Photography Contest kicked off in early February of 2014, sending budding and professional photographers on a quest to capture the “soaring spirit” of Spartanburg. All submissions went on display at Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, in late April, and winners were revealed during Spring Fling in May. Third place went to Chad Blotner, second place to Richard Avakiam, and first place to Iris Laudig.

Iris Laudig’s photo, taken at the Spartanburg Soaring! International Kite Festival on March 30, depicts the iconic “Exuberance” statue at Barnet Park backed by a brilliant blue sky that is filled with dozens of kites.

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The second place photo by Richard Avakian takes another approach, depicting professional cyclists riding through Spartanburg, a city noted as a Bicycle Friendly  Community by the League of American Bicyclists.

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Chad Blotner’s image, also taken from the Festival, shows a mother and child in black and white sitting in the grass behind Chapman Cultural Center looking up in awe.

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The Contest was judged by Rick Sammon who is commonly called “the Godfather of Photography.” A prolific international professional, Sammon is one of the most active photographers in the world.

“All three images are magnificent representations of what Spartanburg Soaring! was, is, and will continue to be,” President and CEO of Chapman Cultural Center Jennifer Evins said. “It’s a celebration of our soaring successes as a people and as a community.”

Submissions to the Photography Contest are currently on display for free at Chapman Cultural Center on the second floor of the Carlos Dupre Moseley Building.

The Spartanburg Soaring! initiative, spearheaded by Chapman Cultural Center, began in January and lasted through May, featuring dozens of events in conjunction with over two dozen community partners. The Photography Contest was one such event, organized by Chapman Cultural Center, Spartan Photo Center, and Spartanburg Photography Guild.

Spartanburg Soaring! was funded in part by The Phifer-Johnson Foundation, The Spartanburg County Foundation, The Humanities Council SC, Mary Black Foundation, SEW Eurodrive, and Prices’ Menswear.

For further info call Cody H. Owens, Marketing Assistant at 864/278-9691 or e-mail to (cOwens@SpartanArts.org).

Hub City Empty Bowls Sets Schedule to Help Feed the Hungry in Spartanburg, SC

May 29, 2014

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Hub City Empty Bowls 2014 is set to start making pottery bowls and money to feed needy Spartanburg, SC, citizens. There will be five bowl-making days that will lead up to Soup Day, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 at Chapman Cultural Center.

For the past five years, Hub City Empty Bowls has raised tens of thousands of dollars to feed local citizens by having the general public make clay bowls that were used on Soup Day. On Soup Day, the hundreds of colorful and handmade bowls are set out on display for the public’s choosing. For a $15 donation per bowl, the patron may enjoy unlimited gourmet soup donated by local restaurants at the community event that also features live music, a silent auction, and the fellowship of helping others. All of the money raised goes to an established charity that feeds local and needy citizens.

Last year, Empty Bowls raised a record amount of more than $20,000 and netted $18,600 that was given to TOTAL Ministries for its food pantry. The beneficiary of the funds raised this year will once again be TOTAL Ministries, a local non-profit charity that provides assistance for basic needs to Spartanburg County families who are facing financial crisis.

This year, all of the public bowl-making events will be held at either Spartanburg Art Museum School, located at Chapman Cultural Center, or West Main Artists Co-op in Spartanburg. At these events, the public is invited to make handmade pottery bowls. No experience is necessary, and all materials, including instruction by Carolina Clay Artists, are free. The bowls are left to be glazed and fired, and eventually used on Soup Day. Organizers hope to have 1,400 bowls made this year. Here is the bowl-making schedule:

• June 14, Spartanburg Art Museum School, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-3 p.m.
• June 19, West Main Co-op, 6-8:30 p.m. (ArtWalk)
• July 19, Spartanburg Art Museum School, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-3 p.m.
• Aug. 16, Spartanburg Art Museum School, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-3 p.m.
• Aug. 21, West Main Co-op, 6-8:30 p.m. (ArtWalk)

This year’s sponsoring partners are Carolina Clay Artists, Chapman Cultural Center, Spartanburg Art Museum, West Main Artists Co-op, and Chris Williams of Clay-King.com.

Empty Bowls is an international grassroots effort to fight hunger, started in 1990 as a student art project in Michigan. The basic premise is simple: Potters and other craftspeople, educators and others work with the community to create handcrafted bowls. Guests are invited to a simple meal of soup and bread. In exchange for a cash donation, guests are asked to keep a bowl as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world. The money raised is donated to an organization working to end hunger and food insecurity. Events have now taken place across the United States and in at least a dozen other countries. Many millions of dollars have been raised and donated to hunger-fighting organizations.

The Carolina Clay Artists are seeking sponsors and donations for Hub City Empty Bowls. Funds are needed for expenses. Donations are tax deductible. Anyone wishing to contribute should make checks payable to Spartanburg County Foundation with an indication that the gift is for the Hub City Empty Bowls Project Fund; mail checks to 424 E. Kennedy St, Spartanburg, SC 29302.

For sponsorship opportunities or to learn more about Hub City Empty Bowls 2014, please contact Nancy Williamson by calling 864/621-2768 or e-mail to (NanWilliamson@gMail.com).

Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, Announces Recipients of 2014 Mary Wheeler Davis Scholarships in the Arts

May 14, 2014

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Two Woodruff High School students will each receive $1,000 scholarships to pursue the arts in college. Both visual artists who work in mixed media, Kelsey Bledsoe and Demi Waldron are the 2014 recipients of Chapman Cultural Center’s Mary Wheeler Davis Scholarship.

The Center awards local seniors annually who wish to continue their education in the performing or visual arts. The qualifying criteria are character, financial need, and artistic potential. The scholarship’s namesake, Mary Wheeler Davis, was a Charleston native and wife of Dr. William Davis. A graduate of Columbia College, Davis made her home in Spartanburg and became a community leader with heavy involvement in the arts. The memorial scholarship program was established in 1989 by her family.

Kelsey Bledsoe, a 2014 graduate, plans to use the funds to double major in Art Education and Elementary Education at Converse College. Her resume features an impressive list of achievements, such as awards from the National Art Honor Society and recognition from SC Scholastics Art & Writing Awards. Ultimately, she wishes to remain local, “educating children and helping them strive to do great things.”

Demi Waldron, also a 2014 graduate, has plans to attend Savannah College of Art and Design in the fall, working towards a BFA with a concentration in film and television. As winner of the Piedmont State Fair Photo Competition, two-time recipient of the Howel Art Purchase Award, Woodruff High School Art Student of the Year for 2013, and grantee of numerous other artistic accolades, Waldron aspires to bring her work to a larger audience. She eventually plans to work for a production company in a nearby metropolitan area, working to “positively impact the world.”

Diana Olencki, art teacher at Woodruff High School, has instructed both Bledsoe and Waldron and praised the pair as “outstanding” pupils who will be “tremendous” additions to their respective universities.

“I’d like to congratulate both Kelsey and Demi on behalf of Chapman Cultural Center and the entire arts community in Spartanburg,” Ava Hughes, Arts Education Director at Chapman Cultural Center, said. “We’re all very excited to see how they build upon their already impressive accomplishments. I know these funds will aid these young women in their pursuit of academic excellence, and I wish them all the best in their endeavors.”

The Mary Wheeler Davis Scholarship will be continued for the 2014-15 school year, with applications accepted in early spring 2015. Students interested in pursuing higher education in the arts are encouraged to investigate the application process by contacting Hughes by calling 864/278-9693 or e-mail to (aHughes@SpartanArts.org).

Deadline for Community Grants from Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, is May 23, 2014

May 13, 2014

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The deadline to apply for a quarterly Community Grant from Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC, is Friday, May 23, 2014. Spartanburg County-based non-profit organizations and professional artists in need of financial support for cultural projects can apply for grants generally ranging from $500 to $1,000. Eligible projects should actively engage the performing, visual, musical, literary, or folk arts and occur between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

For full details on eligibility and how to apply, choose “Community Grants” under “The Arts Partnership” tab on (www.ChapmanCulturalCenter.org), then read the Quarterly Grant Program Guidelines ’14-’15 under “Links & Forms.”

Applicants must submit all completed forms by 5pm on the deadline date to (Grants@SpartanArts.org). The time required to plan, implement, and complete the proposed activity must fall within the applicable period; programming that has already begun by the grant deadline will not be considered. Notification of award is usually made within three weeks of application deadline.

The Community Grant Program is supported in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which 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.

Spartanburg County Public Libraries in Spartanburg, SC, is Calling for Entries for Its “2nd Annual Juried Exhibition” – deadline June 22, 2014

April 29, 2014

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The Spartanburg County Public Libraries in Spartanburg, SC, is sponsoring the “2nd Annual Juried Exhibition” that will be on display from Aug. 12 – Oct. 24, 2014
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The competition is open to all artists, ages 18 and over, professional or amateur, who reside in Spartanburg County (SC), Cherokee County (SC), Laurens County (SC), Union County (SC), Greenville County (SC), Rutherford County (NC), and Polk County (NC).

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Cash and purchase awards exceeding $ 2,500.00 will be presented in this year’s exhibition. Entries may be submitted digitally on our online submission form that will open May 1 and continue through June 22, 2014. Download the prospectus at this link (http://www.infodepot.org/zGeneral/art-in-library-prospectus.asp).

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Last year’s 1st place winner: Bryan Hiott, “Portrait of Isabella” Ambrotype – Wet Plate Collodion

There will be a reception and awards ceremony open to the public on Saturday, Aug. 30, from 7-9pm at the Headquarters Library in downtown Spartanburg. Live music and hors d’oeuvres will be provided during the reception.

For more information regarding this event contact Miranda Mims Sawyer at 864/285-9091 or e-mail to (mirandas@infodepot.org).


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