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NMB Parks and Recreation Offers a Free April 28 Day Trip to Artfields in Lake City, SC
Posted by Century 21 Thomas Blogger | Tuesday, April 25, 2017


The North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation Department is offering a FREE April 28 day-trip by bus to visit ArtFields in Lake City, SC.  
The free trip is limited to 11 participants. To sign up, contact Tina McCrackin at 843-281-3764.
Over 40 local artists will display their work at this event. One of the art pieces on display is from Nina Ortiz, an art instructor for North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation. Those in attendance will be able to vote for Ninas art as well as their other favorite artists.

BUS TRIP ITINERARY:
8am - Leave the J. Bryan Floyd Recreation Center
10am - Arrive at ArtFields welcome center
11am-12:30pm- Lunchtime Crunchtime: 20 Competition Artists take turns promoting their work in three minutes or less. Visitors are invited to attend and learn more about the artists who have been invited to exhibit at ArtFields 2017. Lunch will be available for purchase onsite.
1:00pm - ArtFields group tour

ABOUT ARTFIELDSArtFields started in 2013 with a simple goal: honor the artists of the Southeast with a weeks worth of celebration and competition in the heart of a traditional Southern small town. With over $100,000 up for grabs, awarded based on the input of every visitor to Artfields and a panel of judges made up of acclaimed artists and educators, the competition offers life-changing amounts of money to all artists in all media who live in the twelve Southeastern states. Over 400 masterpieces will be displayed in locally-owned venues, from renovated warehouses from the 1920s to Smithsonian-qualified art galleries to upscale restaurants and start-up boutiques, in a mutual celebration of art and community. What was once one of South Carolinas most prosperous agricultural communities now becomes a living art gallery as we continue to demonstrate the best of the Southeast and recognize the incredible talent we have to offer.  



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