EXHIBITION: Creek by Creek

From the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs…

Creek by Creek
March 18 – May 8, 2022
City Gallery at Waterfront Park

The City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs presents Creek by Creek, a collaborative effort by artists Mary Edna Fraser and Jeff Kopish which underscores the perils of plastic pollution and the importance of protecting the Lowcountry’s unique waterways. On view March 18 through May 8, 2022, the exhibition aims to further educate the public on environmental issues through the lens of art and to remind viewers of the consequences of their own actions within the larger ecological systems of which they are a part.

Fraser’s batiks on silk and oil paintings are featured alongside Kopish’s ceramic and found object sculptures which incorporate everything from recycled plastic to actual trash. The exhibition will focus on eight areas of community concern: the endangered African American communities of Cainhoy and Phillips, the Beidler Forest Audubon Center and Sanctuary, Captain Sam’s Spit, Crab Bank, the Great Pee Dee River, Hobcaw Barony, Shem Creek, and James Island Creek.

Visit Creek by Creek Wednesdays through Sundays from noon until 5pm; no reservation needed!

Regarding Covid concerns: Please visit our website or call the gallery at (843) 958-6484 during normal business hours for additional information.

City Gallery at Waterfront Park
34 Prioleau St.
Charleston, SC 29401

Gallery Hours:
Wednesday – Sunday
12 – 5pm
Please call for holiday closures
(843) 958-6484

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