Feature Articles
Updated June 1, 2004


June 2004 Issue

South Carolina Watercolor Society Hosts 27th Annual Exhibition in Aiken, SC - Show Winners Announced

Appalachian Summer Festival in Boone, NC, Announces 2004 Season Line-Up

Piccolo Spoleto Crafts Show Celebrates 25th Year in Charleston, SC

Piazza Gallery Art & Framing in Mt. Pleasant, SC, Features Works by Susan Lucas

Upstairs Gallery in Tryon, NC, Reopens with Three Exhibits

Works by Jim Harrison to Open Season of Exhibitions at Gallery 9 in Banner Elk, NC

Weihs Woods Gallery Opens in Rustic Yet Contemporary Cashiers, NC

Summit One Gallery in Highlands, NC, Offers Two Exhibits in June 2004

Gallery 2 in Columbia, SC, Offers Works by Max Miller

Arabesque in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Stan Nimmons

Spartanburg County Museum of Art in Spartanburg, SC, Features New Exhibitions

Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, Offers Works by Pan Goodhand, Mary Ellen Suitt and Maxine Tatreau

Cheryl Newby Gallery in Pawleys Island, SC, Features Works by Mike Williams

Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Features Works by Linda Fantuzzo and Scotty Peek

Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Offers Several Exhibitions for the Summer

Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash, NC, Celebrate Second Anniversary with Group Exhibit

City Gallery in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Lynne Hardwick

Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Thomas McNickle

Applewood Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by George Thompson & Judit Cutler

Arts Industry 'Just the Ticket' for Economic Growth in NC

Waterfront Gallery in Charleston SC, Features Works by Karen Vournakis & Welcomes Tami Cardnella

Center for the Arts in Belton, SC, Features Landscape Exhibition

NC Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC, Features Paintings from Hudson River School

Toe River Arts Council in Spruce Pine, NC, Features Spring Studio Tour June 12 & 13, 2004

Artspace in Raleigh, NC, Offers Works by Max Halperen and Outreach Program

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Offers Look at Contemporary Collections

Hemlocks Studio in Cedar Mountain, NC, Opens for Summer Class Session

Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, Features Annual Undergraduate Show and Works by Jihyun Song

Martin Gallery Moves to Preeminent Charleston, SC, Location
by Christina E. Stafford

Hilton Head Art League in Hilton Head, SC, Features Works by Mary Lou Westmaas

Carolina Antique Maps and Prints in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Mark Catesby

Richland County Library in Columbia, SC, Features Works by Nancy B. Bourne

Asheville Gallery of Art in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Al Junek

Charleston County Public Library in Charleston, SC, Features Documents by Abraham Lincoln

Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh, NC, Offers Public Art Installation

Works by Brush and Palette Club Features at Caldwell Arts Council in Lenoir, NC

Volunteers Add Value to Cultural Organizations in North Carolina
by Margaret S. "Tog" Newman

Gallery C in Raleigh, NC, Features Works by Henry Isaacs

Charles II Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Susan Kampmann

Coleman Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Features New Works by Mary Whyte

North Carolina Arts Council Sets Up Craft Bridal Registry

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