20X20 Invitational Clay Exhibit and Sale

212 Butler ST

Clemson, SC 29631

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City: Clemson

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20X20 Invitational Clay Exhibit and Sale

Twenty artists from South Carolina and North Carolina will be coming to Clemson for the annual 20X20 Invitational Clay Show and Sale on Saturday, October 22. Each year The Arts Center of Clemson invites 20 artists from N.C and S.C. to bring 20 pieces, equaling 400 pieces of work to show and sell. Friday, October 21 is a ticketed event including food, drink, music and the first choice of a piece from your favorite potter. Visit explorearts.org for details.

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