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S.C. Arts Commission 50th Anniversary Celebration

Fellows Exhibitions and Showcases

 

Since 1976, the South Carolina Arts Commission's Fellowship program has recognized the artistic achievements of South Carolina's exceptional individual artists. Fellows are among the most artistically accomplished artists in the state.

 

Fellowship exhibitions and showcases will present works that have never been exhibited or performed together.

 

Exhibition schedule as of May 8, 2017

June 2017

  • June 20: Florence County Museum (through Dec. 3)
    • Artist: Terry Jarrard-Dimond

July 2017

  • July 1: Winthrop University, Rock Hill (through June 30, 2018)
    • Artist: Jim Arendt

August 2017

  • August 3: Fellows Retrospective Part 1, 701 Center for Contemporary Art and USC's McMaster Gallery, Columbia (through Sept. 17))
  • August 31: Sumter Gallery of Art (through Oct. 27)
    • Artists: Jonathan Brilliant, Clifton Peacock, Edward Rice

September 2017

  • Sept. 4: Claflin University's Arthur Rose Museum, Orangeburg (through Oct. 27)
    • Artist: TBA
  • Sept. 6: The Arts Center of Greenwood (through Oct. 28)
    • Artist: Jim Arendt
  • Sept. 8: The Anderson Arts Center (through Nov. 4)
    • Artist: TBA
  • Sept. 9: Jones-Carter Gallery, Lake City (through Jan. 13, 2018)
    • Artist: TBA

October 2017

  • Oct. 2: Clemson University, Lee Gallery (through Nov. 8)
    • Artists: Alice Ballard, Patty Brady, Diane Hopkins-Hughs, Terry Jarrard-Dimond, Ellen Kochansky, Linda Williams McCune, Jane Allen Nodine, Susan Wooten
  • Oct. 3: Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach (through Dec. 14)
    • Artist: Joyce Chateauvert

November 2017

  • Nov. 3: Performing Arts Showcase, Coastal Carolina University, Conway (one-day event)

January 2018 

  • Jan. 12: Upstate Gallery on Main, Spartanburg (through March 24, 2018)
    • Artist: Herb Parker

May 2018

  • May 10: Fellows Retrospective Part 2, 701 Center for Contemporary Art and Benedict College's Fine Arts Center, Columbia, (through June 24, 2018)