Feature Articles

August Issue 2002

The 1st Annual North Carolina Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Walking Tour Brochures Are In!

Greensboro Artists' League's first annual North Carolina Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in Greensboro, NC, is underway. Walking tour brochures are now available at many downtown locations including the Greensboro Historical Museum, the Cultural Center, the Greensboro Jaycees office, First Union, First Citizens, South Trust, and Liberty Oak, to name a few. The exhibition includes 29 artists from around the nation as well as Germany and includes 31 sculptural pieces. This exhibition will encourage Greensboro citizens and visitors to stroll through the downtown area and experience the ambiance and personality of our center city. The exhibition will remain up through April, 2003.

This program is supported by funds from the Future Fund for the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, the Marion Stedman Covington Foundation, the Hillsdale Fund, and the Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation.

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For more information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call 336/333-7485 or email to (gal@uacgreensboro.org).


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