Art in Sight
From a press release issued by the SCAC:
Art in Sight
Did you know that The South Carolina Arts Commission has a State Art Collection that they will loan to art museums, state agencies, and public and private organizations for the purpose of public exhibition or display? The South Carolina Arts Commission has just announced a great new program called, Art in Sight and the program is designed to promote awareness of the opportunities for South Carolinans to enjoy the State Art Collection in their communities.
"We want to get the word out. The collection belongs to the people of our state, and we want them to have a chance to see the art work in their own backyards", says Arts Commission Chairman, Bud Ferillo. Although works from the collection are loaned to art museums, state agencies, and public and private organizations, Ferillo believes that many organizations are unaware that the collection is available for displays and exhibitions.
Organizations and businesses interested in hosting an exhibition or displaying works from the collection should contact Harriett Green at (803) 734-8696. In addition to Contemporary Conversations, two other traveling exhibitions are available: Points of Departure: Vessel Forms from the State Art Collection and The African American Voice.
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