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Kirkland Smith: Community Art Project

April 8 - April 12

Be a part of community art!

Join us to learn about single-use plastic and make art! The Fort Mill Stormwater Department is bringing South Carolina artist, Kirkland Smith, to the Greenway! Kirkland works with discarded plastics to create stunning collages that she calls Assemblage. You will have the exciting opportunity to help her create a piece of artwork for the Town of Fort Mill!

Assemblage Materials: Lightweight disposable items in a wide variety of colors and shapes – broken are fine! We will be waiving the entry fee for those entering with collage items.

  • Small toys and figurines
  • Fast food toys
  • Game pieces
  • Magnetic letters and numbers
  • Mardi Gras beads and coins
  • Markers
  • School paraphernalia
  • Refrigerator magnets
  • Make-up containers
  • Costume jewelry
  • Eyewear/sunglasses
  • Plastic caps – especially small ones
  • Plastic utensils
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Legos
  • Matchbox cars
  • Barbie dolls and accessories
  • Action figures and accessories
  • Buttons/pins
  • Buttons from clothing
  • Cell phones
  • Remote controls
  • CDs
  • Thumb drives
  • Watches
  • Pacifiers
  • Hair combs and clips
  • Hunting/camping/fishing gear
  • Souvenirs from trips

To celebrate the one-of-a-kind artwork, the Greenway will be hosting a reception with Kirkland on Thursday, April 11, where the community can meet Kirkland Smith, learn more about her creative process, and explore the profound environmental messages embedded in her creations, delving into the intersection of art and environmental education.

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Kirkland Smith Art


Greenway Gateway
2573 Lake Haigler Drive
Fort Mill, SC 29715 United States
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