In This Issue
Donate to BCAC
The Green Exhibit
The Carolinas III
Don't Just Go Green,
Give Green 
green logoFrom St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) to Earth Day (April 22nd), Black Creek Arts Council aims to raise $10,000 in charitable donations to support its children's programming. 
The Green Campaign coincides with The Green Exhibit, a collection of artwork made from repurposed objects.  This exhibit shows the relationship between art and our everday environment, just as our Every Child Is An Artist program strives to do. 
BCAC's efforts with arts education for young people is only one of several reasons to consider supporting The Green Campaign.  Take a look at our 2009 accomplishments, as well as our early 2010 happenings, to see how we offer comprehensive programming and events for all ages.  Also, check out what we have planned for the the remainder of 2010.
Below are links to other BCAC programs and projects.
Giving to BCAC is easy.  You can give online or by contacting the Arts Center, 843.332.6234.
Charitable donations can be mailed to:
Black Creek Arts Council PO Box 24
Hartsville, SC  29551
The Green Exhibit
is being sponsored by:

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Going Green at:
 The Black Creek Arts Center
Black Creek Arts Council would like to wish everyone a safe and happy St. Patrick's Day.  As another fun and eventful holiday is upon us, BCAC would also like to bring your attention to an upcoming event at the Arts Center (below) and The Green Campaign (left).
The Green Exhibit

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On April 8th from 5-7pm, an opening reception for The Green Exhibit will be held at the Black Creek Arts Center.  The featured artist for The Green Exhibit is Mike Fowle.  His creations will consist of found and repurposed objects.  His work has the ability to captivate people of all ages. 
Also on display will be the work of Munsey Millaway, Erica Stankwytch-Bailey, and Pop's Glass.
Admission to the opening reception is free and the public is invited to attend.
From the Executive Director:
BCAC's Green Campaign is vital to the continuing success of our Arts in Education Program for Darlington County's Public Schools, as well as our on-site classes at the Arts Center and the children's classes we are working to offer across the county.
Please consider making a donation to The Green Campaign between March 17th and April 22nd.  Our goal of raising $10,000 is ambitious, but so are our students.
You can give online.
Thank you for your support. 
Bruce Douglas
Executive Director 
Black Creek Arts Council of Darlington County
The Carolinas III
randy drevlands ruthsBlack Crek Arts Council and the Friends of the Hartsville Memorial Library are gearing up for their 3rd annual community photography contest and exhibit.
To the right is last year's winner, Ruth's, by Randy Drevland.
Information about The Carolinas III can be found by clicking on the link below:
Questions or comments:  Contact Bruce Douglas at the Black Creek Arts Center by phone at 843.332.6234 or by email at  Or you can stop by the Black Creek Arts Center at 116 West College Avenue in Hartsville.
Our Mission:
The mission of Black Creek Arts Council is to promote and foster the Arts in Darlington County.