Tuning Up: Tom Stanley exhibition + repurposed harbor trash
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Looking for a little structure?
Hampton III Gallery delivers. Tom Stanley: Structures
begins a week from tonight with a reception from 7-9 p.m. The Winthrop/Rock Hill artist received a Verner Award this past spring for his body of work. He'll also be present for "coffee and conversation" Saturday, Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. to noon. 3110 Wade Hampton Blvd., Taylors. Free.
Many people's trash is a few people's art.
Plastic scraps from Charleston Harbor made for trashy art in a Lowcountry contest (Post & Courier
The Citadel invites artists of all ages to submit designs for 175th celebration
The Citadel invites artists of all ages to submit designs to be considered as the image commemorating the military college’s upcoming 175th anniversary. The milestone anniversary will be celebrated during the 2017-18 academic year. The winning design, which will be announced at the first home football game on Sept. 2, will grace t-shirts, banners, posters, and The Citadel magazine. The winning artist will receive $1,000.
Entries are being accepted through May 1, 2017.
- All designs must be vertical in orientation.
- All media is acceptable.
- Entries must be submitted in one of three ways: as a high-resolution digital image, a stretched canvas, or bound foam core. Digital submissions should be emailed to DesignContest@citadel.edu.
- A signed consent waiver must be submitted via postal mail.
The winning artist will be notified by Aug. 1 and will be invited to the Sept. 2 football game against Newberry College in Johnson Hagood Stadium, where the unveiling will take place.
Find complete contest details online.
Via: The Citadel