ArtFields, the South’s most engaging art competition and festival, is seeking artists for its fourth annual portrait contest to be held on Saturday, April 30, 2016. Twenty-four artists will be selected to create portraits of local educators and compete for cash prizes. Artists of all levels from the 12 Southeastern states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, […]
ArtFields, the South’s largest and most engaging art competition and festival, is seeking volunteers for the 2016 event. This year’s ArtFields will take place April 22-30 in downtown Lake City, South Carolina. ArtFields is looking for volunteers to greet guests in the reception center and galleries, host and assist visiting artists, help stage the artwork […]
Join the ArtFields Team on Thursday, August 15, 2013 as they say “Thank You” for supporting ArtFields 2013 and to kick-off ArtFields 2014!!!
A team of Teach for America teachers, led by Josh Bell, visited the ArtFields Gallery and Lake City on June 5, 2013. Dr. Sharon Moore Askins and Carlie Lynch from the ArtFields staff shared the 2013 ArtFields story and tips for getting involved in small rural communities in South Carolina.
A group of young women from states across the United States and London, England visited the ArtFields Gallery on July 1st. This group is participating in a literacy enhancement program at Lake City Elementary School in Florence County School District Three in Lake City, SC. Best wishes to this outstanding group of leaders as […]
We are documenting the revitalization of Lake City and the creation of ArtFields on Instagram! Follow us (www.instragram.com/artfieldssc or @artfieldssc) and use the hashtag #artfields to show us your entry!
The official website for the town of Lake City, South Carolina has just received a fresh, new look and includes several new features! Designed for visitors and residents, the site contains background on the history and culture of our historic town. In addition to the past, the site also shares Lake City’s vision for the […]
The Lake City area was originally part of Williamsburg Township, which was settled first by Scotch-Irish settlers in 1734. Around 1750, people began to settle along a trail leading from Kingstree to Cheraw in the northern part of the township in what is today the Lake City area. A road later built from Georgetown to […]