Thursday, June 14, 2018 7:00 pm
Artists who displayed their work, entertained and demonstrated at the event. In the smaller photo below, Mount Holly Mayor Bryan Hough welcomes the crowd with Gaston Arts Council Director Kim George.
Arts and business communities blend well together
Music, art, barbecue and business networking blended together beautifully in Mount Holly’s Tuckaseege Park on Thursday, June 14, 2018, in an event sponsored by Gaston Arts Council. GAC Executive Director Kim George dubbed the combination “Art In The Park Meets Network After Work.”
Six local artists were on site under tents to display and in some cases demonstrate their work. Singer, composer, songwriter and musician Chloe Olivia performed. Barbecue chicken and pork was served with all of the trimmings from the Soul Food truck.
Mount Holly Mayor Bryan Hough welcomed the crowd, and Recreation Superintendent Mark Jusko talked about Tuckaseege Park and its facilities and greenway on the banks of the Catawba River.
Artist Heidi Schmidt of Anchored Soul (center) with Chris Cole and Jennifer Church.