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City of Myrtle Beach

Downtown Development Office

517 9th Avenue North

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

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ART & CULTURE

The Myrtle Beach Downtown Public Art Initiative was created to lead the process of establishing physical and performing arts in Downtown Myrtle Beach.  This non-profit organization is in the process of raising funds towards its first project, The Goddess of The Sea

FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK

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July 6, 2018

"Our goal is to enrich lives by uplifting our community.  Bringing art walks to the heart of Myrtle Beach helps promote a robust and vibrant downtown, supporting local businesses and creative entrepreneurs.  These events nurture an epicenter for the arts and provide a cultural hub for all."

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GODDESS OF THE SEA

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June 2018

The Goddess of The Sea, a bronze statue created by nationally-renowned artist Kristen Visbal, was installed Wednesday, April 18, 2018.  The artwork was designed especially for Plyler Park, with the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop.  The 12 foot high sculpture was more than 10 years in the making.  The Goddess of the Sea celebrates Myrtle Beach’s exciting, majestic and playful ocean-side spirit.  It represents a major public art installation for the city and is destined to become an iconic landmark for residents and visitors.

THE GRAND STRAND

ART TRAIL

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2018

Hop in the car, take a drive, see beautiful things, challenge your mind and enjoy gourmet dining! The Arts Grand Strand has started the area’s first Art Trail with 18 fine art galleries and 3 restaurants participating. Laid out on a 4x9 rack card, the Art Trail stretches the entire 60 mile length of the Grand Strand from Calabash to Conway to Georgetown.

MYRTLE BEACH DOWNTOWN PUBLIC ART INITIATIVE

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Ongoing

The Myrtle Beach Downtown Public Art Initiative was created to lead the process of establishing physical and performing arts in the DRC District.  This non-profit organization recently completed its first large-scale project downtown, The Goddess of The Sea.