An exhibition featuring more than 20 artists will display artwork with the goal of raising money for the American Cancer Society.
The Color a World Without Cancer showcase features regional artists in painting, sketching, stippling, nature and portrait photography, jewelry, ceramics, weaving, wood art, mixed media and more. One piece of art will be display outside, because the "canvas" is the interior of a car trailer. Two artists will be painting onsite and two others will create an interactive project. Pamela Wegener and Terry Meyer will provide live music.
The showcase is from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, in the new gym at Red Bud High School.
Some items will be for sale with all or a portion of profits going to the American Cancer Society, but most items are being shard to highlight the hope of a world without cancer, according to organizers.
Baked goods, coffee, hot cocoa and water will also be for sale.
There is no entry fee, but donations are encouraged. The event is being hosted by Randolph County Relay for Life, Walking for Life and Team Hope for Tomorrow.
— The Southern