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Greenville artist Mark Brosseau—recipient of a prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant—explores dimensional experience
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Greenville native and award-winning poet Glenis Redmond reflects on the depth of her Upstate roots
Jack Bacot, TOWN’s founding editor, takes the high road
For nearly 60 years, celebrated artist Carl Blair was a tireless advocate and teacher, instrumental in guiding the careers of many Greenville artists
Summer’s vibrant table expands with a special partnership between The Anchorage and Horseshoe Farm
Katie Callahan of Friends of the Reedy River leads the community charge to clean up our waters
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United by work and culture, two talented artists of Cuban heritage traveled the States from coast to coast searching for a creative home.
For more than 250 years, pottery has been alive and well in the central North Carolina community of Seagrove, with hundreds of its residents shaping beautiful vessels.

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