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Saturday, July 26, 2014

It Takes a Village at Riverworks Gallery


The Village is coming to the river. It takes a village is an exhibition of original 
works by eighteen artists who work in the Village of West Greenville. 
           





































These artists have created works that specifically reflect their response to, or 
perspective of, The Village. The exhibition promises a glimpse of artists who 
are not necessarily collaborating, but because of time and close proximity, 
create in a community environment. That community can produce obvious 
influences of theme or more subtle influences of the unique light or colors 
of place. The diversity of media; jewelry, sculpture, and painting, mirrors the 
diversity of artists who work in The Village. It takes a village is a collaborative 
effort of Greenville Technical College's RIVERWORKS Gallery and Clemson 
University's Center for Visual Arts - Greenville to showcase the artists working 
in The Village of West Greenville. Clemson's CVA-Greenville initiated the call 
to the artists in The Village and RIVERWORKS agreed to provide a downtown 
Greenville venue. This pop-up exhibition is only on view for two and a half 
weeks. The gallery will be open for First Friday, August 1, from 6-9pm.

Reception: Thursday, July 31, 6-8pm

RIVERWORKS Gallery is operated by and for the faculty and students of the 
Visual and Performing Arts Department at Greenville Technical College. The 
gallery is located at 300 River Street, Suite 202, along the scenic Reedy River 
in downtown Greenville, South Carolina.    
  
For more information, call:
Fleming Markel, Manager
RIVERWORKS Gallery  
Greenville Technical College
(864) 271-0679 or email

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