Detail, painting by Naomi Nakazato (Brandon Fellow), Telling Her Story,  GCCA 

Detail, painting by Naomi Nakazato (Brandon Fellow), Telling Her Story,  GCCA 

GCCA Lecture Series  www.artcentergreenville.org/

I have the honor of introducing my long time friend Ann Hicks.  We met when she had just moved to Greenville to start her job at the Greenville News and our lives and our stories have been woven together in unlikely ways ever since.  I promise you, her story is one you absolutely don't want to miss! I hope to see you at the GCCA this Tuesday!

On July 12th at 6 pm, visit GCCA and spend an evening with Ann Hicks as she shares her story of starting life as a Hungarian refugee to the revered Greenville News art critic for 11 years.

 

The event is free and open to the public, no RSVP needed.

 

Come early and enjoy the full gallery exhibit "Telling Her Story" showcasing 11 women with ties to Greenville. Daydreams, questions of identity, motherhood, cultural stereotypes, nature, and technology are some of the themes interpreted in the artwork.  Many materials are represented, including textiles, ceramics, paint, papers and collected objects.

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