March Issue 2000
by Tom Starland
Well, I think South Carolina has made it to the top or bottom of another list that won't be hailed by your local chamber of commerce or tourism bureau - dirty primaries. Only time will tell the cost that we will pay for what went on in this state during the month of February - it put a whole new spin on the phrase - the whole world is watching.
Final Words On Lucky 100 Exhibit
I've written what I hope is my final comments on the SC State Museum's and the SC Arts Commission's exhibition showcasing, in their view, SC's 100 most influential visual artists over the last 100 years. Unfortunately, it won't fit into the space we have left this month. You'll be able to find it on our web site at (www.CarolinaArts.com). From time to time, this lack of space happens, but for those with access to the Internet - good news - our website offers me unlimited space to comment on the happenings of our visual art community.
By now, you should know my strong feelings about getting connected to the Internet. For a lot of people that still means having to get a computer. You should be able to gain access to the Internet through your local library - at least most libraries, but you might have a problem pulling up our website. Most Internet filtering programs might have a problem with the word "Carolina" - it might read it as being "dirty" and our site would come up as "dirty-art".
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