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She's On a Roll!!

We want to extend a hearty congratulation to CCAL member Kimberly Case. Not only did she win 1st Place in the Photography Division at the 2021 Crooked Creek Art League Juried Show, she has several other exciting wins lately we want to share.


We want to congratulate Kimberly on being being a winner in the 1593 Project and awarded a featured exhibit in the Upstairs Gallery at the Koger Center for the Arts in downtown Columbia. Kudos!

Cover Photo collage for show in the 1593 Gallery

“In support of creative artists during our current pandemic, the Koger Center for the Arts launched the 1593 Project: A Call for Art in 2020. Kimberly Case, an Irmo-based photographer, won the 2020 Project and will be featured as the main exhibitor in the Upstairs Gallery. The Koger Center is proud to continue supporting South Carolina artists through this exhibition and will commemorate the winner and runners-up through the Opening Reception which will be held on April 8, 2021 from 5:00pm-7:00pm. The Opening will invite community members to enjoy the art with timed entry slots that will be reserved through phone or email.

*** To reserve a spot to the Gallery Opening, please email Lauren Smith ( or call 803-777-7500. Time slots are 5:00-5:30pm, 5:40-6:10pm, and 6:20-7:00pm."

The Koger Center for the Arts, in accordance with the University of South Carolina, requires masks and limited capacity at all times while inside the building.

Link to the Koger Center Exhibit Event: 1593 Gallery: Winners from the 2020 Project


Fine Art Photography "In the Time of COVID" by Kimberly Case
"In the Time of COVID"

Fine Art Photography "Winding Down" by Kimberly Case
"Winding Down"

In addition, Kimberly has also received a second place award in the Virtually InFocus Show.

From Kimberly: "I am happy to announce that my self-portrait "In the Time of COVID" won second place in the COVID Perspective division of the InFocus 34th Annual Photography Competition and Exhibition.

Of the 445 entries only 187 were chosen to hang in the show. The competition for this show was amazing; I was honored to be chosen among the outstanding entries submitted. I am proud that both of my entries were accepted into this exhibition; "Winding Down" was also juried into the exhibition."

Link to the Virtually InFocus Show: From The InFocus Committee and Tuolumne County Arts:

On the home page you can see all the first place winners then navigate to the tab that is titled virtually-infocus-show-2021 to see the rest of the show. You can also see all the images entered at all-images-entered-2021 * 455 images entered *180 photographers entered images *photographers from California, Oregon, New Jersey, Maine, S. Carolina, Great Britain *81 photographers "virtually" hanging images in the show *187 images in the show *27 cash prizes.


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