Save Noisette Creek Mural Unveiling Event


This highly collaborative project combines art, environmental education and community service
to visually encourage public interest in protecting our local natural resources.

DATE: October 11, 2010 at 6:30p.m.
LOCATION: Charleston County School of the Arts (SOA)
5109 W. Enterprise Street North Charleston, SC 29405
Rose Maree Myers Theatre lobby (SOA Theater)

Please join the Michaux Conservancy and Charleston County School of the Arts
for a viewing of the “Save Noisette Creek” exterior wall mural. The 8′ by 12′ mural,
six months in the making, originated with an AmeriCorps*VISTA member who works
with the Michaux Conservancy.

The mural was designed and painted by Charleston County School of the Arts eighth-
grade students under the guidance of visual arts teacher Marie Nichols. Rob Maniscalco,
the city of North Charleston’s Artist-in-Residence, also contributed to this work.

A special thanks to the Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium and the City
of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department. These agencies paid for project supplies.

We encourage you to pass this invitation along to any of your co-workers or to
colleagues you think would like to join us!

For a map and driving directions click here
The Rose Maree Meyers Theater is located by driving past the school office and
visitor center to the very last parking lot. The SOA campus map is attached.

The Michaux Conservancy
We use the Noisette Creek and Preserve to reconnect people with
nature while promoting the importance of clean, healthy waterways.


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