Orangeburg League of Arts Exhibition
Adult Painting Class
FUN WITH ACRYLICS with Elsie Fogle
July 20 and 21st, 6-8pm, $35, members $30, all art supplies and light snacks provided, bring the beverage of yoru choice
Young Photographers V Opening reception Thursday, August 6, 5-7pm
Aloha Elvis, Saturday, August, 8, 7pm
Flatland Express Bluegrass, Tuesday, August 11, 7pm
Paintings by Herman Keith, Jr. and Glover Richburg
PAINT A GOOD WORD (all entries)
The Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center
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Congratulations to the winners of the Paint A Good Word Public Favorite Awards
Isaiah Sibley – K-5; John Guinyard – 6-8; and Alvin Fersner – 9-12
The winners were the highest vote getters during the public voting portion of the contest that ran during the months of April and May. Art, selected by local judges from the over 325 entries, was posted in downtown Orangeburg windows and turned downtown in an art gallery. More than 1000 votes were cast during the program. The winners each received an iPad Mini compliments of the Orangeburg County Development Commission.
Isaiah Sibley, who selected the good word JOY, is a second grader at Sheridan Elementary School. PLAY was the word that John Guinyard, a seventh grader at Robert E Howard Middle School chose. A pencil drawing representing the good word FREEDOM was the good word that Alvin Fersner, a senior at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High chose to represent. Isaiah’s poster was displayed at City Council Chambers. John’s good word was posted at One Source Janitorial and Alvin’s poster was on display at New Evergreen on Russell Street.