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Up Your Arts (UYA) unveiled 3D renderings of its proposed arts center during a public workshop with the Southport Board of Aldermen on Sept. 12.
Up Your Arts (UYA) submitted a third memorandum of understanding for review during the May 12th Southport Board of Alderman meeting as the nonprofit moves forward with its plans to renovate the Old Brunswick County Courthouse/City Hall on More Street.
The Southport Plein Air Festival, hosted by Up Your Arts and the City of Southport, welcomed over 70 artists to paint the town, literally.
Get the scoop on the full schedule for this year’s Plein Air Festival!
The Up Your Arts Open Doors Project Final Reunion Tour Gala was held at the Brunswick Community College Southport Campus on March 27 with live and silent auctions, live entertainment, food and drinks, with proceeds benefitting Up Your Arts programs including the “Save the Hall, Y’all” campaign to convert the old Southport city hall into a center for the arts.
Up Your Arts Gala: The Doors World Tour Comes To A Close
Up Your Arts took a major step forward in its attempt to restore the old Southpo1t City Hall when on Feb. 7 signed a formal contract with David Lisle of Lisle Architecture and Design to re-adapt the vacant building on East Moore Street into a state-of-the-art community-based creative and performing arts center.
Up Your Arts Takes A Big Step Toward Repurposing Of Southport’s Old City Hall
CONTRIBUTED BY BONNIE BRAY, UP YOUR ARTS
The doors at the heart of the “Southport, Open Your Doors!” project by Up Your Arts recently went on tour again after being displayed last fall at downtown retail stores. They are publicly accessible and located in 11 different offices throughout the downtown area.
Up Your Arts will be hosting a celebratory artist’s reception, a series of town-wide art installations, and a formal gala and auction to raise money for their ongoing ‘Save the Hall, Y’all!’ project to restore Southport’s historic City Hall Building.
Clam-a-Jama was great fun for the residents of Southport, but it was also for a good cause!
City of Southport explores the history of the Old Brunswick County Courthouse, and shares Up Your Arts’ future plans for the historic building.