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Art Works gallery is open Monday-Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM. Our message machine is on duty when we're not! You can email [email protected] or call 843.235.9600, and we will retrieve messages and return calls.
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CLASS (Community Learning About Special Subjects) is in its 23rd year of providing adults with unique opportunities! The CLASS/Moveable Feast office is located in Art Works in the Litchfield Exchange at 14363 Ocean Highway, Pawleys Island, two miles south of Brookgreen Gardens, just behind Applewood House of Pancakes on U.S. 17.

Art Works features local artists including Terry Belanger, Nancy Bracken, Patricia Tanner Candal, Roger Cleveland, Millie Doud, Lisa Elvington, Terry Graham, Zenobia Harper, Rachel Held, Martha Hollenhorst, Barbara Kee, Sharon Knost, Barbara Linderman, Danny McLaughlin, Suz Mole, Paul Moyer, Barnie Slice, Sharon Sorrels, M.P. "Squeaky" Swenson, and Kathy Welde. They all have great creations for gifting this season - stop by and check them out!

CLASS Publishing Division is delighted to announce three amazing new coffee table books: "Sandy Island ... forever," edited by Linda Ketron with essays by Susan Hoffer McMillan, Robin Salmon, Vennie Deas Moore, Virginia and Dana Beach, paintings by Maura Kenny, and photographs by Anne Swift Malarich and other local photographers; "Our Vanishing Americana: A South Carolina Portrait" by Mike Lassiter; and Tanya Ackerman's long-awaited "Pawleys Island: Seasons of Light." Another new book (for children and adults, too) is Johnny L. Ford's "McKenzie Beach Memories," as told to Ron Daise and illustrated by Natalie Daise.

Through the pandemic, CLASS Publishing has produced nine new books by local authors. Click on CLASS List above for details of these and our other publications. Books are available at Art Works in the Litchfield Exchange, Litchfield Books, The Original Hammock Shop, Brookgreen Gardens Keepsakes, My Sister's Books, The Rice Museum and Waterfront Books in Georgetown.

Due to the recent alarming increase in virus infections, we have suspended The Moveable Feast until Jan. 15 when we will resume featuring local authors at our area restaurants, adhering to recommended safety precautions (half capacity, masks, sanitizers, social distancing). To register or receive updates for Moveable Feasts, send us your e-dress by calling 843.235.9600, stop by our gallery in the Litchfield Exchange, or click on the topic of your choice at the top of this page.

CLASS (Community Learning About Special Subjects) offers special excursions, retreats, and unique art courses & workshops. Click on CLASS List above for details about twice monthly Paint-Ins at the Litchfield Exchange with Danny McLaughlin. Beginning Jan. 11, Carl DiLorenzo offers "A Simple Guide to iPhones and iPads" at the Litchfield Exchange, plus Kathy Welde returns with her popular Stained Glass course on Jan. 20. The start dates may be postponed depending on the status of the virus.

Gift certificates are available for Moveable Feasts and CLASS offerings. Just call 843.235.9600 or email [email protected]

Art Works, CLASS Productions and Publishing, and The Moveable Feast are owned and managed by Linda Ketron.

The Moveable Feast Literary Luncheons

The Moveable Feast features literary luncheons with exciting authors at area restaurants on Fridays, 11 am - 1 pm, $30 each, some exceptions when the book is included with the Feast ticket.

The Next Feast...

Deb Richardson-Moore

author of "Murder, Forgotten" at Kimbel's, Wachesaw.

"Author of four fiction titles and a memoir ("The Weight of Mercy," about her early years as a pastor at the Triune Mercy Center in Greenville, S.C.), this former national award-winning reporter for The Greenville News is a popular speaker at book clubs, universities and churches. She has won numerous awards for community involvement, including the 2017 Leadership Greenville Distinguished Alumni Award. In Deb’'s new novel, protagonist Julianna Burke is a mystery writer, famous for her "wanderings" – blocks of time when she exits the everyday world and returns with twists and turns to make her next novel soar. But lately, she's been coming to on the porch of her Sullivan's Island beach house with nothing to show for a day's work. She fears her memory is slipping, and with it, her heralded career. Then her beloved husband and business partner is murdered. The police look at workmen, extended family and neighbors, but Julianna fears something worse. Could she, deep in the throes of her latest mystery, "Murder, Forgotten," have enacted her fictional killing? In this plot within a plot, she seeks to find the killer. But can she find the truth when her reality is fading?"

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