The Waccamaw Arts & Craft
Guild is presenting their 16th Annual Juried Show
at the Art Museum of Myrtle Beach from May 2nd to May 23rd 2013.
The Museum is free and open to the public.
Rebecca Bryan, Best In Show Winner
“Romeo and Julliet” by Judy Lilly
WACG is the oldest Arts Organization in the
Grand Strand. Forty-nine area artists will be represented in this
year’s show. This annual event is an opportunity for area artists
and fine-craft creators to compete to have their handiwork put on
display in our local museum. The best 70 items were selected from
over 120 entries by this year’s judge, Lisa Stroud – a renowned artist
from the Cary, NC area. The artwork will be on display from May 2
to 23, 2013.
The public is invited to attend the opening
reception on Thursday May 2nd from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm at the Museum
to meet the artists and the Judge. Over $2000 in prizes will be presented
including the Rebecca Bryan Best of Show Award.
The Art Museum of Myrtle Beach is located at
3100 S Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach SC 29577, near the Springmaid Pier.
Hours are from 10 am until 4 pm Tuesdays thru Saturdays and 1 pm
until 4 pm on Sundays. On Mondays, the Museum is closed.
Contact the WACG’s Show Director Jackie
Stacharowski at 843-446-5749, email@example.com; or WACG’s President
Carolyn Powell at 843-238-0897, firstname.lastname@example.org;
for more information. Click here to download a printable version
of this notice.
The Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild has become an integral part of the fabric of life here in Myrtle Beach. As the premier Arts Guild in the area, we have a long history bringing the arts
to the community.
We plan to continue our 40 year tradition of Art in the Park at Chapin Park. We have announced six shows in 2012, with two of them at the new Market Common. This tradition
not only provides avenue for local artists to display and sell their work, we bring
vendors in from all along the East coast. Tourists plan their vacations to come to these events.
We also provide at least two other exhibits of art during the year. Our Spring Show in conjunction with the Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum and our 43st Annual Fall Show. We have a long history
of working with others in our community to keep the arts a part of the Myrtle Beach lifestyle.
We have worked to create public murals in the City and are always open to new projects that help improve the ambiance of our area.
Our eight programs we provide every year are open not only to our members but are also free to the public. We provide information and demonstrations on all aspects of the visual arts and fine
We have an annual art supply drive where we collect and distribute supplies to schools and community organizations. We feel that our guild has a strong relationship to with education in our