Jail House Art show raises money for a cause

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A Jail House Art Show by Pattison's Academy took place in the form of spectactular art from over 40 artists, with food and music thrown in as well to help make 'Dreams Become Reality' for children with disabilities in the Lowcountry,

If you've never been to the Old City Jail before on one of its tours, it's a cool thing to go and see in itself, no matter what exhibition or party is taking place there.

The art show opened Thursday night but is running into Friday evening too, so it's not to late to get down there and check it out.

Executive Director of Pattison's Sloan Cooper stressed that they were always welcome of people's support.
We would love people to come visit our website and support us and they can get in touch with us there. Obviously we love help, and we love donations, as we're a non profit!

A live auction took place on Thursday evening, and there is a silent auction set to take place during the event on Friday evening.

It's an excellent cause, so why not go along Friday night?