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Exhibit: Triennial Revisited 

The works of four faculty members at Winthrop University — Jim Connell, Phil Moody, Beth Melton and Tom Stanley — are making the long haul to showcase in Columbia. The exhibit contains art by 18 South Carolina artists and takes a hard look at the state's art scene during 1992-2004. The previous time frame is significant in that the S.C. State Museum and the S.C. Arts Commission organized the original five Triennial exhibitions during those years.

Exhibit continues through Sept. 25. The 701 Center for Contemporary Art, 701 Whaley St., Columbia. 803-779-4571. www.701cca.org.

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