A new art exhibit in unfinished space at City Hall will feature three collections originally shown as part of the Beaufort Three Century Project, in celebration of the city's 300th birthday.
The "Take Two" exhibit will run from Thursday to Feb. 3, with a free public preview from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday in the building at the intersection of Boundary Street and Ribaut Road, according to an e-mail from Mayor Billy Keyserling.
Organized by the Beaufort Public Art Commission, the exhibit includes:
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Keyserling said the unfinished first-floor section housing the "Take Two" exhibit will be used to showcase artwork until the city finds a tenant for the space.
Artists and art organizations interested in holding an exhibit in the unfinished section of City Hall should contact Lesley Hendricks at firstname.lastname@example.org, according to the e-mail.
"How long we'll be able to keep it before the city starts to use it, we don't know," Hendricks said. "But it's a great space."