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Chapin Art Trail
A Community Art Project

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CCAL is working with the Town of Chapin to set up an ongoing Chapin Arts Trail. The idea is to include all authorized public works of art and art related sites in the greater Chapin area on a website and other promotional materials that will enable citizens to engage in an ongoing self-guided tour of the area and its many works of public art.


This area is rich with talented local artists and art lovers. There are quite a few pieces of public art throughout the area and new ones are being added all the time. The Chapin Art Trail seeks to beautify the community with public art displays created by local artists.

I'm not an artist,

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For artists:

One of the best parts of visiting an area is finding all the wonderful things that make it unique. Artwork is a vital part of that and enriches our daily lives. Murals, statuary, gardens and sculptures make places more interesting and memorable. The Chapin Art Trail, which we are actively working toward launch, is designed to celebrate public artwork and make it easier for members of the public to find and enjoy. All authorized public works of art in the greater Chapin area are mapped out on this website and in other promotional materials designed to enable citizens to better access and appreciate the art. You are encouraged to participate in an ongoing self-guided tour of the area and its many works of public art. You can go in any order and view as many as you like during your visit.

Located in Chapin, South Carolina, CCAL’s members, include painters of all mediums, photographers, sculptors and mixed media artists. All are welcome. We are a fully non-profit dynamic organization and depend on our members, business partners and donors to help us continue to grow the visual arts in our area in many varied ways. We provide on-location art exhibits at businesses, provide associate juror training, host an annual juried art show and, occasionally, provide arts supply funding to our local schools.

CCAL has been an active part of the community since we were established in 1995 and love the chance to give back to the town. Through this project, CCAL will assign artists from across the community to create public works of art intended for display throughout town.

See the article in Chapin Magazine all about this exciting new community art project.

Watch for the Official Launch of the:                     

Chapin Art Trail

An easy way to check out ALL the great art in Chapin. The new self guided trail seeks to stir the public imagination and sense of creativity as well as beautify the community with public art displays created by local artists. The trail includes currently installed public art pieces and galleries throughout the Greater Chapin area. New arts and art locations will be added over time.

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Scavenger Hunt!

You are invited to play along by hunting through Chapin to see if you can find all the great art on display on the Chapin Art Trail. Complete the online Scavenger Hunt Form by correctly identifying the requested information for each piece of artwork. Turn your completed form online at ... to be entered into a quarterly drawing to win prizes. Winners will be notified by email. 

Can you find them all? 

*Brochures can be picked up at [[coming soon]] or downloaded at [[coming soon]]

Click HERE to Join the Hunt!
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The hunt is not quite ready yet.


Please check back soon!

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Map of the Chapin Art Trail

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This organization is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support in this grant comes from the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of The Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina.

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This project was supported by a Connected Communities grant from Central Carolina Community Foundation.

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