ARTworks, The Arts Council of Beaufort, Port Royal & the Sea Islands

2127 Boundary ST

Beaufort, SC 29902


Phone: (843) 379-2787

City: Beaufort

Region: Coastal & Islands

ARTworks, The Arts Council of Beaufort, Port Royal & the Sea Islands

Detour for the Arts, to ARTworks in Beaufort, an expansive community arts showcase. Lowcountry artists at work in their studios, galleries full of art of all media and forms, 120- seat black box theater - Beaufort County at its cultural best. ARTworks hosts amazing and fun events throughout the year, concerts, workshops, and more. Visit artworksinbeaufort.org. ARTworks is just one way that the Arts Council of Beaufort, Port Royal & the Sea Islands supports and nurtures the arts for residents and visitors alike — and the ARTSeenSC county-wide online calendar is yet another way! Visit artseensc.org.

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