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Artist Talk with Jane Allen Nodine at 701 CCA




Jane Allen Nodine

Jane Allen Nodine

To close out SC Fellows Part II, the S.C. Arts Commission and 701 Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) will present an artist talk, followed by Q&A, from fellowship recipient and artist Jane Allen Nodine.

SC Fellows Part II is the second installment of a two-part exhibition featuring the work of 78 artists who received S.C. Arts Commission Visual Arts & Craft Fellowships since the inception of the program in 1976.

Jane Allen Nodine will bring additional artworks to show, while discussing her work, her process, and her career. The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required.

The Jane Allen Nodine Artist Talk + Q&A will be held Sunday, June 24, 3 p.m. at at 701 CCA, 701 Whaley Street.

Jane Allen Nodine is University Gallery Director and Distinguished Professor Emerita at the University of South Carolina Upstate where she served as head of the art program for over twenty years. Jane’s career spans several decades and in 1999 she was selected by the South Carolina State Museum and the South Carolina Arts Commission as one of the One Hundred Most Significant Artists in South Carolina During the 20th Century.

Obscurley Revelant, 2015, fiber, plastic, wax, and wood

Obscurley Revelant, 2015, fiber, plastic, wax, and wood

Reservations are required via director@701cca.org or by calling 803-319- 9949.

The fellowship awards are made through a highly competitive, anonymous process and are based on artistic merit only. Throughout its history, recipients of the visual arts and craft awards have been selected by a panel of out-of-state jurors including: art curators, art critics, artists, arts educators, and arts administrators with expertise in contemporary art.




“A respect and joy of the natural world influences my journey that includes delightful memories of a maternal grandmother whose textile arts were rivaled only by her green thumb and ability to make music.”

“A respect and joy of the natural world influences my journey that includes delightful memories of a maternal grandmother whose textile arts were rivaled only by her green thumb and ability to make music.”

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